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Release date- 29072019 - Origin Energy Limited (Origin) today announced that notice has been given to redeem the EUR1 billion Capital Securities due 2074 (2074 Capital Securities) issued by Origin Energy Finance Limited and listed on the Luxembourg Stock Exchange at their first call date (16 September 2019) in accordance with the terms of those securities.
Reportedly, these notes have been issued under the company's Euro Medium Term Notes (EMTN) programme and will be listed on the Luxembourg Stock Exchange.
The settlement date is expected to be April 2 2019 and the bonds will be listed on the Luxembourg Stock Exchange. The bookrunners for the transactions were Barclays, Citi, Morgan Stanley and Societe General.
The 2049 bonds for 30 years are expected to be dual-listed on both the Luxembourg Stock Exchange and the Taipei Stock Exchange to ensure access to the deepest pockets of liquidity available through these markets, the statement said.
The notes will be issued under BOC's USD40 billion MTN programme and will be traded on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, London Stock Exchange and Luxembourg Stock Exchange. The proceeds will be used for general corporate purposes.
UNB mandated Australia and New Zealand Banking Group, Commerz Bank, First Abu Dhabi Bank, HSBC Middle East, Mizuho International and Standard Chartered Bank for the bond issue under its Euro medium term note program which is listed on Luxembourg Stock Exchange.
The increase is justifiable as the proceeds of a $3 billion Eurobond sale issued by the Egyptian government, in the London Stock Exchange and Luxembourg Stock Exchange, were expected to reach state coffers by the end of May.
The deal which was signed by CEO of the Amman Stock Exchange Nadir Azar, and Chief Executive Officer of the Luxembourg Stock Exchange Robert Scharfe, also aims to train employees of the two bourses on issues pertaining to financial markets.
A senior, unsecured issue under UNB's Euro Medium Term Note Programme (Reg S), listed on the Luxembourg Stock Exchange may follow, subject to market conditions.
Oriental Republic of Uruguay said it has commenced a global offering of a series of global bonds due 2027 denominated in US dollars, pending application to Luxembourg Stock Exchange and admittance to trading on Euro MTF Market of the Luxembourg Stock Exchange.
According to Luxembourg For Finance, the Luxembourg Stock Exchange was the first in Europe to list a sukuk, in 2002.