Debts capital markets / Funding strategy

Ooredoo issues bonds and other debt instruments on the international financial markets, and they are among the highest rated in the region.

 

Bonds issued (In USD millions) Issue amount Interest rate Maturity Listed on
Fixed Rate  Bonds due 2019 600 7.875% 10 Jun 2019 LSE
Fixed Rate  Bonds due 2021 1,000 4.75% 16 Feb 2021 LSE
Fixed Rate Bonds due 2023 1,000 3.25% 21 Feb 2023 ISE
Fixed Rate  Bonds due 2025 750 5.00% 19 Oct 2025 LSE
Fixed Rate  Bonds due 2026 500 3.75% 22 Jun 2026 ISE
Fixed Rate  Bonds due 2028 500 3.875% 31 Jan 2028 ISE
Fixed Rate  Bonds due 2043 500 4.50% 31 Jan 2043 ISE
Sukuk due  2018 1,250 3.039% 3 Dec 2018 ISE
  • Proactive debt and liquidity management, with capital expenditure covered by cash-flow generation
  • Our maturity profile is part of our quarterly results presentation
  • Debt leverage (net debt / EBITDA) underpinned by a conservative credit policy
  • Direct State of Qatar (Aa2 / AA) ownership of 51.6% of voting shares, as well as the Golden Share, while other Qatari Government Related Entities hold 17.5% and Abu Dhabi Investment Authority holds 10.0%

 

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