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RAM Ratings withdraws rating of Maybank’s RM3.0 billion Subordinated Notes Programme

Published on 09 Jan 2019.

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RAM Ratings has received confirmation that Malayan Banking Berhad (Maybank or the Group) had fully redeemed all outstanding notes under its RM3.0 billion Subordinated Notes Programme (2011/2031) on 28 December 2018 and had thereafter cancelled the said programme on 8 January 2019. Consequently, we have withdrawn the AA1/Stable rating of the programme and no longer have any rating obligation in respect of the facility. However, we will maintain surveillance of Maybank’s respective seaAAA/Stable/seaP1 and AAA/Stable/P1 financial institution ratings on the ASEAN and Malaysia national scales as well as the ratings of the Group’s following debt issues:

Instrument

Rating/
Outlook

RM20.0 billion Subordinated Note Programme (2012/2112)

AA1/Stable

RM10.0 billion Additional Tier-1 Capital Securities Programme (2014/2114)

AA3/Stable

RM10.0 billion Senior and Subordinated Sukuk Murabahah Programme (2017/2117)

- Senior

- Subordinated

 

AAA/Stable

AA1/Stable

RM10.0 billion Commercial Paper/Medium Term Note Programme (2016/2023)

AAA/Stable/P1

 

Analytical contact
Chan Yin Huei
(603) 7628 1180
yinhuei@ram.com.my

Media contact
Padthma Subbiah
(603) 7628 1162
padthma@ram.com.my

 

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