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Beijing Capital Land unit to issue drawdown notes under US$1B debt program

Beijing Capital Land Ltd.'s unit plans to issue drawdown notes under its US$1 billion medium-term-note and perpetual securities program.

Central Plaza Development plans to issue US$400 million worth of medium-term bonds due Jan. 25, 2020, on Jan. 25 in Hong Kong only to professional investors. The notes have an annual coupon rate of 3.875%.

The issue price is set at 99.720% of the aggregate nominal amount.

The issuer applied to the Hong Kong bourse for the listing of and permission to deal in the drawdown notes, which is expected to be effective on or around Jan. 26.

Central Plaza Development will use the net proceeds from the bonds to repay existing debt and for working capital and general corporate purposes.

The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corp. Ltd. serves as the sole global coordinator and one of the joint book runners and joint lead managers for the issuance. Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd., China CITIC Bank International Ltd., CMB International Capital Ltd., ICBC International Securities Ltd., Deutsche Bank AG Hong Kong Branch and China Everbright Bank Co. Ltd. Hong Kong Branch are the other joint book runners and joint lead managers.