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Friday, Oct 22, 2021
MARC has assigned a final rating of AAAIS to Bank Pertanian Malaysia Berhad’s (Agrobank) RM1.0 billion Islamic Medium-Term Notes Programme (IMTN Programme). The rating outlook is stable.The rating agency has reviewed the final documentation for the programme and is satisfied that the terms and conditions have not changed in any material way from the draft documentation on which the preliminary r...
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Friday, Oct 15, 2021
MARC DOWNGRADES RATING ON SEGI ASTANA’S RM415.0 MILLION ASEAN GREEN MTN FACILITY AND MAINTAINS OUTLOOK AT NEGATIVE
MARC has downgraded its rating on Segi Astana Sdn Bhd’s RM415.0 million ASEAN Green Medium-Term Notes (MTN) facility to A+ from AA-. The rating outlook is maintained at negative. The rating benefits from a single notch uplift based on the undertaking from parent WCT Holdings Berhad (WCT) (AA-/Stable) to provide liquidity support. Segi Astana’s weakened credit profile reflects the impact o...
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Friday, Oct 15, 2021
MARC has affirmed its AA- and AA-IS ratings on WCT Holdings Berhad’s RM1.0 billion Medium-Term Notes (MTN) Programme and RM1.5 billion Sukuk Murabahah Programme. Concurrently, the rating agency also affirmed its AIS rating on WCT Holdings’ RM1.0 billion Perpetual Sukuk Musharakah Programme. All ratings carry a stable outlook. The ratings affirmation considers WCT Holdings’ established t...
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Wednesday, Oct 13, 2021
MARC has revised the ratings outlook on Konsortium Lebuhraya Utara-Timur (KL) Sdn Bhd's (Kesturi) RM2.3 billion Sukuk Musharakah (Senior Sukuk) and RM180 million Redeemable Secured Junior Bonds to negative from stable. Concurrently, the rating agency has affirmed its AA-IS and A- ratings on the Senior Sukuk and Junior Bonds, with the three-notch rating differential between them reflecting the latt...
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Monday, Oct 11, 2021
MARC has affirmed its ratings of MARC-1IS and A+IS on George Kent (Malaysia) Berhad’s (George Kent) RM100.0 million Islamic Commercial Papers Programme and RM500.0 million Islamic Medium-Term Notes Programme (collectively Sukuk Programmes), subject to a combined limit of RM500.0 million. The ratings outlook is stable. The rating affirmation mainly reflects George Kent’s stable water meter...
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