Goldman Sachs, Citi, HSBC, JPMorgan, Morgan Stanley and NCB Capital were hired to arrange investor calls starting on Monday ahead of the planned transaction, it said in a bourse filing, Reuters reported.
Other banks involved in the deal include BNP Paribas, BOC International, BofA Securities, Credit Agricole, First Abu Dhabi Bank, Mizuho, MUFG, SMBC Nikko and Societe Generale, a document issued by one of the banks on the deal showed.
A benchmark multi-tranche offering consisting of three-, five-, 10-, 30- and/or 50-year tranches will follow, subject to market conditions. Benchmark bonds are generally meant to be at least $500 million per tranche.
The announcement comes as Gulf issuers show no sign of slowing a blitz to the international debt markets this year as they seek to plug finances hit by low oil prices and the coronavirus crisis.
Issuances from the region so far this year have already shot through last year’s record, again surpassing $100 billion.
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