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Bank Negara Malaysia, Malaysia

Bank Negara Malaysia is the Central Bank of Malaysia and appointed Facility Agent/Lead Arranger by Government of Malaysia for issuance of Islamic Securities.

Bank Negara Malaysia Sukuk ProjectsSEE ALL


Government of Malaysia GII 2035 (2)

Issued: 30 Sep 2016

RM2 billion issued from order book of RM5,779 billio

Government of Malaysia GII 2021

Issued: 22 Jul 2016

211 bids for an order book of MYR8,590 billion, allo

Government of Malaysia GII 2030

Issued: 06 May 2016

Bids of MYR6,552 Billion from 220 orders.


Government of Malaysia GII 2023

Issued: 04 Apr 2016

Bids of MYR9,401 Billion

Government of Malaysia GII 2026

Issued: 24 Mar 2016

Total bids of MYR12.8B

Government of Malaysia GII 2021

Issued: 22 Feb 2016

GJ160002. MYR 9.96 Billion of orders from 277 bids.


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Bumitama secures RM500m 5

22 March 2014

“In doing so, Bumitama is contributing to the growing list of foreign issuers who have tapped the Malaysian bond and sukuk market,” the company said

Update 1:Bumitama secures

22 March 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: Bumitama Agri Ltd and Maybank Investment Bank Bhd (Maybank IB) have priced and issued Bumitama's first RM500 million five-year sukuk ..

Update 1: Saudi Investmen

22 March 2014

Saudi Investment Bank (Saib) has picked the investment banking arm of Riyad Bank to arrange a subordinated Islamic bond issue, banking sources said on

Sukuk issuance costs stil

24 March 2014

The National Bank of Abu Dhabi headquarters, one of the banks arranging the sukuk bonds. — Reuters picKUALA LUMPUR, March 24 — Costs of issuing ...

Dubai's Damac Picks Banks

29 March 2014

Dubai's Damac Picks Banks For Potential Sukuk Issue. The Dubai developer has appointed Barclays, Citigroup, and Deutsche Bank as joint global co-ordin