Published on 18 Dec 2020.
RAM Ratings has withdrawn the P1 rating of Telekom Malaysia Berhad’s (TM) RM3 bil Islamic Commercial Papers Programme (2013/2020), following its maturity and full redemption on 18 December 2020. As such, RAM no longer has any rating obligation in respect of the said facility.
Meanwhile, RAM will maintain surveillance on TM’s sukuk, as tabulated below.
RM2 bil Islamic Medium-Term Notes Programme (2011/2026)
RM3 bil Islamic Medium-Term Notes Programme (2013/2033)
RM4 bil Islamic Medium-Term Notes Programme (2018/2048) and Islamic Commercial Papers (2018/2025)
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