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Shopping Centres Australasia prices private placement of US$150M notes

Australian retail real estate investment trust Shopping Centres Australasia Property Group priced a U.S. private placement of notes totaling US$150 million.

The notes comprise tranches of US$30 million, US$70 million and US$50 million, with respective terms of 10 years, 13 years and 15 years. Coupon obligations and final principal repayment have been switched back to Australian dollars, carrying a weighted average floating rate of 1.99% above the three-month Bank Bill Swap Rate.

The offering is expected to complete in September, subject to customary closing conditions, and proceeds from the placement will be channeled toward the repayment of bank facilities.