Doha Bank said yesterday it would seek shareholder approval to raise funds through up to $5bn worth of short term instruments.
The lender is asking for approval to issue up to $3bn through certificate of deposits (CDs), it said in a bourse statement.
The bank also said in the statement it would ask for shareholder approval to issue euro commercial paper worth $2bn, with a maximum tenor of up to 1 year.
Both the instruments can be issued in Qatari riyals or in various major currencies. The duration of the CDs was not mentioned by the lender.
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