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FSDH Merchant Bank Limited Series 5 and 6 Commercial Paper is Open for Subscription

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Friday, February 16, 2018 /09:59 AM / Arthur Steven Asset Mgt Research 

We are pleased to inform you about an investment opportunity in FSDH Merchant Bank Limited’s Series 5 & 6 Commercial Paper (“CP”) issuance of up to 15 billion under its 30 billion CP Issuance Programme. 

Please find below a summary of the terms of the offer
  
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The underlisted documents are forwarded herewith:
 
i.  FSDH Series 5 196 Day CP Commitment Form v1

ii.  
FSDH Series 5 196 Day CP Pricing Supplement v2


iii.
 FSDH Series 6 268 Day CP Commitment Form v1


iv. 
FSDH Series 6 268 Day CP Pricing Supplement v2 

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