hasproposed ¥100 billion in unsecured subordinated hybrid loans.
Accordingto a March 31 note from Standard & Poor's Ratings Services, the Japanese developer'sproposal comes in two tranches, with the loans due May 10, 2076.
Thefirst ¥50 billion tranche has a floating rate, while the other ¥50 billiontranche will have a fixed rate for the first seven years. Both tranches comewith optional interest deferral and call option clauses.
S&Pgave the proposed subordinated hybrid loans an A- long-term corporate issuerating.
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As of March 30, US$1 wasequivalent to ¥112.45.