Bank Al Jazira

#Saudi’s Bank Al Jazira prices SAR2 billion capital-boosting #sukuk

Bank Al Jazira has priced a 2 billion riyal ($533 million) sukuk issue that will boost the lender’s capital reserves. The bank priced the transaction at 190 basis points over the six-month Saudi interbank offered rate. The Islamic bond issue is structured with a ten-year lifespan but includes an option for the lender to redeem the sukuk after five years. It was arranged by GIB Capital as well as the bank’s own investment banking arm.

#Saudi banks Jazira, Bilad planning local #sukuk issues

Bank Al Jazira will meet local fixed income investors this week for a sukuk sale which will improve its Tier 2. The transaction will likely run for ten years but includes an option to redeem the sukuk after five years. It is being arranged by GIB Capital, as well as the bank's own investment banking arm. Bank Al Bilad has chosen HSBC's Saudi Arabian arm to arrange its own Tier 2-enhancing sukuk issue. According to their respective financial statements, Bank Al Jazira's CAR was 15.83% at the end of 2015. At the same point, Bank Al Bilad's CAR was 15.88%.

Clifford Chance and Al-Jadaan advise Bank Al Jazira on SR1bn Sukuk due 2021

Bank Al Jazira's advisors regarding the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia are Dubai office of Clifford Chance LLP and Al- Jadaan & Partners Law Firm.
IFLR named Clifford Chance the "Saudi Arabian Law Firm of the Year " in 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010. Clifford Chance has a co-operation agreement with Al-Jadaan and Partners Law Firm.

Saudi Bk Al Jazira To Grant SAR242M For Local Fiberglass Proj-Report

Bank Al Jazira has signed an agreement to grant medium-term Islamic financing worth 242 million Saudi riyals ($64.53 million) to the local Eastern Industrial Co., or EICO.
The financing, the second for this project by the bank, will partially fund EICO's project to set up a corrosion resistant fiberglass plant in Jubail Industrial City.

Saudi Arabia: JODC receives SR1.35b funding

Jabal Omar Development Company the leading planner and developer of the Jabal Omar mountain area, has received agreements for bridge funding collectively worth SR1.35 billion from five national banks, namely Al Rajhi Bank, National Commercial Bank, Bank Al Jazira, Saudi British Bank (SABB) and Saudi Hollandi Bank.
The bridge loan provides immediate cash flow that would serve as a working capital until the round of funding goes through and acts to bridge the gap between times when financing is needed.
The Jabal Omar development in Makkah project calls for construction of residential and commercial center in area close to the Grand Mosque in Makkah. The master plan of development covers 230,000 square meters.
The development consists of 39 commercial and residential towers, notable of which is the 50-storey Twin Tower.
The project has led other developers to follow our lead in improving and urbanizing the central area surrounding the Mosque.

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