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Wednesday, Jul 01, 2020
MARC has affirmed its AAAIS rating on Putrajaya Bina Sdn Bhd’s (PBSB) RM1.58 billion Islamic Medium-Term Notes (Sukuk Wakalah) Programme. The rating outlook is stable.PBSB was established as a funding vehicle for its parent Putrajaya Holdings Sdn Bhd (PJH) (AAA/Stable) to undertake the development of nine blocks of government office buildings and one block of shared facilities in Parcel F, Preci...

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Thursday, Nov 21, 2019
MARC has affirmed its AAAIS rating with a stable outlook on Putrajaya Bina Sdn Bhd’s (PBSB) RM1.58 billion Islamic Medium-Term Notes (Sukuk Wakalah) Programme. Wholly owned by Putrajaya Holdings Sdn Bhd (PJH), PBSB undertook the development of nine blocks of government office buildings and one block of shared facilities in Parcel F, Precinct 1 in Putrajaya under a concession agreement with...

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Wednesday, Oct 10, 2018
MARC has affirmed its AAAIS rating with a stable outlook on Putrajaya Bina Sdn Bhd’s (PBSB) RM1.58 billion Islamic Medium-Term Notes (Sukuk Wakalah) Programme. PBSB is developing nine blocks of government office buildings and one block of shared facilities in Parcel F, Precinct 1, Putrajaya under a 28-and-a-half-year concession agreement with the Malaysian government. The RM1.9 billion dev...

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Thursday, Aug 03, 2017
MARC has assigned a final rating of AAAIS with a stable outlook to Putrajaya Bina Sdn Bhd’s (PBSB) proposed Islamic Medium-Term Notes (Sukuk Wakalah) Programme of up to RM1.58 billion. MARC had earlier assigned a preliminary rating of AAAIS/stable to the proposed issuance in February 2016. As announced earlier, PBSB, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Putrajaya Holdings Sdn Bhd (PJH), is underta...

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Friday, Feb 26, 2016
MARC has assigned a preliminary rating of AAAIS with a stable outlook to Putrajaya Bina Sdn Bhd’s (PBSB) proposed Islamic Medium-Term Notes (Sukuk Wakalah) Programme of up to RM1.58 billion. Proceeds from the issuance will part fund the RM1.9 billion development costs for nine blocks of government office buildings and one block of shared facilities that PBSB will undertake under a concession fr...

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