Thursday, 25 July 2024

Saudi Aramco Begins Sale of Three-Part Bonds, IFR Reports


Saudi state oil giant Aramco has begun selling three-part bonds maturing in 10, 30, and 40 years, fixed-income news service IFR reported on Wednesday, according to Reuters.

Aramco has set the initial guidance at approximately 140 basis points (bps) over U.S. Treasuries (UST) for the 10-year bond, 180 bps over UST for the 30-year bond, and 195 bps for the 40-year bond, IFR said.

The company confirmed that the value of the offering will be determined based on market conditions, targeting institutional investors in countries where the offering complies with local laws and regulations.

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Aramco announced the appointment of HSBC, NCB Capital, Goldman Sachs International, JPMorgan, Citi, and Morgan Stanley as active joint bookrunners.

Additionally, SMBC Nikko, MUFG, Riyad Capital, Saudi Fransi Capital, Arabi Capital, First Abu Dhabi Bank, Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank, Standard Chartered Bank, Bank of China, GIB Capital, Emirates NBD Capital Limited, Merrill Lynch Saudi Arabia, Mizuho, and Natixis have been appointed as inactive joint bookrunners.