CapitaLand launches perpetual deal
CAPITALAND has launched a new perpetual issue on Thursday, and orders have already exceeded S$500 million. Read more at The Business Times.
The deal launched at 9am is a perpetual issue non-callable five years with an initial price guidance in the 3.85 per cent area, in a term sheet seen by
The issuer CapitaLand Treasury Limited is a unit of CapitaLand, one of Asia's largest property group. CapitaLand Limited is the guarantor.Read more: The Business Times
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