DUBAI, June 1 (Reuters) – Dubai’s Meraas Holding, a real estate developer owned by the government, issued a $400 million sukuk last week selling it privately to a select group of investors, sources familiar with the matter said on Thursday.
The Islamic bond, with a five-year maturity, was priced at par with a 5.112 percent yield on May 26. It was trading at one to 1.5 points above par on Thursday, one source said.
Emirates NBD, Noor Bank and Standard Chartered coordinated the transaction and served as bookrunners along with Dubai Islamic Bank, Sharjah Islamic Bank and Warba Bank.
Meraas is the parent company of leisure and entertainment company DXB Entertainment , which owns four theme parks and a water park in Dubai.
Dubai Holding is the investment vehicle of Dubai ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum. More info