Ahlibank has mandated Barclays, Mizuho Securities, QNB Capital and Standard Chartered Bank as joint bookrunners for its upcoming offering under Ahlibank's $2bn Euro Medium Term Note program.
A five-year fixed rate USD Regulation-S senior unsecured offering will follow as early as Tuesday, subject to market conditions, according to a statement posted on the Qatar Stock Exchange website.
Founded in 1983 and listed on the Qatar Stock Exchange, Ahlibank serves individual consumers, small businesses and corporate customers with a wide range of products and services.
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