Kenanga Investment Bank Berhad (“KIBB”) now offers trading opportunities via 12 new highly-sensitive warrants on stocks with good news flow. These 12 call warrants are European style, non-collateralised cash-settled call warrants.
“We observed that a bullish environment is highly desirable for call warrant traders. With our ears to the ground and our eyes opened to the ever-changing market trends, this issuance will attract traders as the sensitive warrants flip prices quickly, they can enter and exit with speed and ease,” said Kenanga Investment Bank’s Head of Equity Derivatives, Philip Lim.
RHB Bank Berhad successfully launched and priced a USD300.0 million in nominal value, 5-year senior unsecured notes (Senior Notes), marking the third issuance of its USD5.0 billion Euro Medium Term Note (EMTN) Programme, which was established on September 23, 2014 and the first USD public benchmark issuance by a Malaysian financial institution since April 2017.
The orderbook at the final price guidance stood at over USD1.8 billion, implying an oversubscription level of over 6.0 times from 114 accounts.
The Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) chairman, Datuk Syed Zaid Albar, has been elected the vice chair of the International Organisation of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) Growth and Emerging Markets (GEM) Committee.