NDMC of Saudi Arabia closes $2.75bn worth March sukuk

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the new issuance is part of the Kingdom’s Sukuk Issuance Program
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  • The issuance is divided into two tranches of SR3.5 billion and SR6.8 billion each
  • The first issuance matures in 2030 while the second one will mature in 2034

Saudi Arabia’s National Debt Management Center has closed the March 2022 issuance of Saudi riyal-denominated sukuk, valued at SR10.3 billion ($2.75 billion).

The issuance is divided into two tranches. The first tranche has a size of SR3.5 billion ($930million) maturing in 2030, while the second tranche has a size of SR6.8 billion ($1.81billion) and matures in 2034.

Additionally, the new issuance is part of the Kingdom’s Sukuk Issuance Program, NDMC said in a statement.

The program was established through NDMC in July 2017 by the Saudi Finance Ministry.

It came amid rising demand for both international and domestic fixed income markets that provide safe and guaranteed returns.

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