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Arabian Centres Board Proposes 0.75 Riyal/Share H2 Dividend
Arabian Centres Compltes Issuing International USD Denominated Sukuk
Arabian Centres Commences Roadshow Meetings With Investors For Potential Sukuk Issuance
Arabian Centres Company Ltd is a Saudi Arabia-based company engaged in the commercial real estate market. The Company specializes in commercial development and shopping centers, entertainment facilities and media sales. The Company owns and manages a portfolio of 15 retail properties in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and one in Egypt, as well as three entertainment venues that are located in a number of malls all over the Middle East with other projects in the pipeline. The Company’s portfolios include Mall of Arabia, Aziz Mall, Al Noor Mall, Makkah Mall, Haifaa Mall, Al Salaam Mall, Salaam Mall, Sahara Plaza, Nakheel Mall, Khurais Mall, Salma Mall, Tala Mall and Al Nakheel Mall, among others.
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P.O. Box 341904
Majed Al Juaid
Chief Operating Officer
Network & Technical Support Supervisor
Assistant Manager HR
Mubarak Al Enazi
Tala Mall Manager
Abdulrahim Al Shaikh
Mall of Arabia Manager
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Saudi mall operator Arabian Centres is expected to sell $650 million in 5-1/2 year Islamic bonds at around 5.75% after receiving more than $1.2 billion in orders for the deal, a document showed on Tuesday.
Saudi mall operator Arabian Centres on Tuesday gave initial price guidance of around 5.875% for 5-1/2-year U.S. dollar-denominated sukuk, or Islamic bonds, a document showed.
Saudi mall operator Arabian Centres said on Wednesday it intends to issue U.S. dollar-denominated sukuk, or Islamic bonds, in what would be the first Saudi corporate international bond issuance this year.
Saudi Arabian mall operator Arabian Centres is planning a sale of $500 million sukuk, or Islamic bonds, sources familiar with the matter said, in what would be the first Saudi corporate international bond issuance this year.
* ANNOUNCES THAT ALL OF ITS SHOPPING CENTRES IN KINGDOM WILL RETURN TO OPERATE FULLY
* CLOSURE OF SHOPPING CENTRES AS PART OF GOVERNMENT PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES TO CONTAIN NOVEL CORONAVIRUS
Saudi shopping mall operator Arabian Centres has raised $500 million via its debut international Islamic bond sale, part of a $1.9 billion refinancing exercise.
Saudi mall operator Arabian Centres is set to raise $500 million with a debut issuance of international Islamic bonds, or sukuk, a document by one of the banks leading the deal showed.
Saudi mall operator Arabian Centres started marketing on Tuesday its debut five-year U.S. dollar-denominated sukuk, or Islamic bonds, a document by one of the banks leading the deal showed.
Saudi Arabian mall operator Arabian Centres Company has hired banks to arrange a debut issuance of a dollar sukuk, or Islamic bonds, a document showed on Friday.
Saudi Arabian mall operator Arabian Centres is planning an inaugural sale of U.S. dollar-denominated sukuk, or Islamic bonds, sources familiar with the matter said, as firms in the Gulf take advantage of low interest rates to raise debt.
* Saudi Arabia's main index up more than 10 pct this year (Updates share price, adds CEO quotes, adds TV)
Shares in Saudi Arabian mall operator Arabian Centres Co opened slightly above its initial public offer price of 26 riyals on Wednesday.
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