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KUALA LUMPUR, May 4 -- The International Islamic Liquidity Management Corp (IILM) has completed its short-term sukuk reissuance amounting to US$1.11 billion (US$1= RM4.12).
In a statement today, IILM said the short-term sukuk programme is rated A-1 by S&P Global Ratings, with a current outstanding issuance size amounting to US$3.51 billion.
The transaction comprises US$400 million one-month tenor priced at 0.3 per cent, US$400 million three-month tenor at 0.35 per cent, and US$310 million six-month tenor at 0.42 per cent.
"Today’s sukuk reissuance resulted in strong demand from Islamic primary dealers and investors, especially from the Gulf Cooperation Council.
“The order book was in excess of US$1.63 billion representing an average oversubscription rate of 1.48 times," it said.
The IILM’s year-to-date cumulative issuances have increased to US$6.11 billion following the sukuk reissuance.
The corporation said it would continue to reissue its short-term sukuk on a monthly basis as per its issuance calendar.