Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng said today Malaysia has appointed Mizuho Bank (M) Bhd, HSBC Bank Malaysia Bhd and Daiwa Markets Singapore Ltd as lead arrangers for the nation's proposed 10-year ¥200 billion (about RM7.6 billion) Samurai bond issue.
Lim said the appointments will ensure the country enjoys the lowest possible cost of funds.
At a press conference here today, Lim said the appointments were made after six proposals were shortlisted from the 27 received by the Ministry of Finance (MoF).
MoMo wants to continue on investing in its technology, particularly in the use of AI, security, and big data Vietnamese e-wallet and digital financial services platform MoMo announced on Wednesday, January 16, that it has raised a Series C funding round led by global private equity firm Warburg Pincus, wrote Vietnam Economic Times. The company […]
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