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Friday, Apr 19, 2024
MARC Ratings has affirmed its AAIS rating on Kimanis Power Sdn Bhd’s (KPSB) outstanding RM400.0 million Sukuk Programme with a stable outlook. KPSB owns a 285MW combined-cycle gas-fired power plant in Kimanis Bay, Sabah. The rating continues to be underpinned by KPSB’s 21-year power purchase agreement (PPA) with Sabah Electricity Sdn Bhd (SESB), which effectively mitigates demand risk and...

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Thursday, Apr 18, 2024
MARC Ratings has assigned a preliminary MARC-1IS rating to OCK Group Berhad’s (OCK) proposed RM500.0 million Islamic Commercial Papers (ICP) Programme. The rating agency has concurrently affirmed its AA-IS/Stable rating on OCK’s RM400.0 million Tranche 1 Sukuk Murabahah under its RM700 million Sukuk Murabahah Programme. As at end-February 2024, the outstanding amount under the Sukuk Murabahah ...

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Tuesday, Apr 09, 2024
MARC Ratings has revised its rating outlook on the sukuk programmes of its rated cocoa grinders, Guan Chong Berhad (AA-IS) and JB Cocoa Sdn Bhd (A+IS), to negative from stable.The rating action is driven by the prevailing abnormal price environment for cocoa beans, having risen steeply from USD3,835/MT to USD9,193/MT between end-October 2023 and end-March 2024, that has weighed sharply on the work...

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Monday, Apr 08, 2024
MARC Ratings has extended its MARCWatch Negative placement on YNH Property Berhad’s (YNH) Islamic Medium-Term Notes Programme (Sukuk Wakalah) following a rating downgrade to BBB-IS. The rating was at BBB+IS when it was first placed on negative watch on January 18, 2024. The rating action reflects MARC Ratings’ heightened concerns on YNH’s continued weak financial position, the lack of m...

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Friday, Apr 05, 2024
MARC Ratings has affirmed its AA-IS and A- ratings on Konsortium Lebuhraya Utara-Timur (KL) Sdn Bhd’s (Kesturi) RM2.3 billion Sukuk Musharakah (Senior Sukuk) and RM180 million Redeemable Secured Junior Bonds with a stable outlook. The rating differential between the Senior Sukuk and Junior Bonds reflects the latter’s subordinated status in line with the rating agency’s methodology.The affirm...

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