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Don961 » August 13th, 2017


From the CBI website :

Needs DELTA translation .... but notice the dates .... 8/17 and 8/20 ...

That would be Thursday , Friday , Saturday , Sunday .... next week

Implementation of requests for holidays

August 13, 2017

https://cbi.iq/news/view/353

Frank26 » August 13th, 2017

FAMILY ......... WS is bringing YOU the foundation of next week's CCs.

This article is also trying to say ............... IMO ................ NO ONE in the WORLD has to fear M .......... Anymore. HOO RAH %$#@ !!!!

Walkingstick » August 13th, 2017

Political expert talks about hiding the next stage Washington seeks change in Iraq .. Tehran opposes


Orient - News section:

said political expert and confident Hashemi, on Saturday, said the United States supports the change in the upcoming elections with the renewal of the mandate of the current Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi for a second term, as explained that Iran wants to keep the situation as it is for being a beneficiary of it substantially .

"The United States supports the change in the upcoming elections with the renewal of the mandate of the current Prime Minister Haider Abadi for a second term," Hashemi said, noting that "America believes that Abadi has achieved great successes in the battles against the organization calling the terrorist has cooperated A big alliance with the international alliance in this regard as well as the realization of some reforms and does not know the ways it will take because of the presence of other forces have programs and projects are different, such as Saudi Arabia, Iran, Turkey and others. The political expert explained that "

http://www.almashriqnews.com/i.....118742

Godsgurl » August 13th, 2017

Look at all the bigwigs involved. Thanks WS!

Upstart » August 13th, 2017

And as the investors start getting their interest payments......... Watch the Iraq credit rating improve. Everything with a purpose

Thomas » August 13th, 2017

i think they will move to a single A soon. Out of 7 soon 8 meet IMF than from a B- to an A. A quantum leap but do able because they have the 3 C's of credit

MilitiaMan » August 13th, 2017

Looks like big brother the IMF is firmly at the wheel of MR and in total control. The confidence from the bond sales is a record for Iraq! That will not go unnoticed much longer. Once the snakes head was cut off and SS was firmly in place the cat was let out of the bag and the demand roared on in! The process is on a solid foundation now and considered to be B Rated / Stable. Powerful evidence the future is very bright..

Interesting they have publicly now stated there is a tier in the game. Those with wealth and privilege just became more wealthy and privileged. That suggests now and along with the release of the imf 800+ million USDs to support the budget and the bonds supporting infrastructure and rebuild of Iraq, they have to have an international rate and it is on its way. We are next in that along Line, imo!! -MM

Walkingstick » August 13th, 2017

Cleary Advises Iraq On First Standalone Bond Since 2006


By Tom Zanki

Law360, New York (August 10, 2017, 2:54 PM EDT) -- Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP said Thursday it advised the Republic of Iraq's recent $1 billion international bond offering, representing Iraq’s first unsupported bond since 2006 as the war-torn Middle Eastern country raises money to rebuild its economy.

The six-year notes listed on the Irish Stock Exchange pay an annual interest rate of 6.752 percent and are set to mature in 2023, according to a prospectus. The deal closed on Wednesday.

The transaction represents a milestone for Iraq, which has not issued a standalone bond since 2006, according to reports. The country issued a $1 billion international bond in January, also advised by Cleary Gottlieb, but that deal was guaranteed by the credit of the U.S. government.

Iraq plans to use proceeds to support its budget and economic development. The country notes that declines in oil prices starting in 2014 have hurt the oil-dominated Iraqi economy while the cost of fighting Islamic State militants has driven up the government’s budget deficit

“The security situation and federal budget deficit have also made it difficult for the federal government to pursue its development programs,” Iraq said in the deal’s prospectus.

But Iraq hopes to be making headway in its turnaround plans. The country last month declared victory over the Islamic State in Mosul, Iraq’s second-largest city, after a bloody campaign. Plus, the International Monetary Fund this month released $825 million to aid Iraqi economic development as part of a relief program conditioned upon Iraq meeting certain fiscal and economic reforms.

The Iraqi bonds were seven times oversubscribed, according to deal underwriter Trade Bank of Iraq.

"We were impressed by the commitment of the Iraqi government team to full and transparent disclosure," said Cleary Gottlieb capital markets partner Andrew Bernstein, who advised the deal. "Investors were able to see the challenges Iraq faces, as well as its significant potential. Judging by their reaction they found the latter highly attractive."

The Iraqi notes are rated B- by Fitch and S&P, which are considered speculative grade or junk, meaning the bonds are at greater risk of default than investment-grade debt but pay higher yields to compensate investors for taking on additional risk.

The U.S. dollar-denominated offering was not registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission but instead is being offered to certain U.S. institutional investors and non-U.S. investors under exemptions provided by Rule 144A and Regulation S.

Underwriters on the deal include Citigroup Global Markets Ltd., Deutsche Bank AG’s London branch, J.P. Morgan Securities plc and the Trade Bank of Iraq.

Cleary Gottlieb said capital markets partners Andrew Bernstein in Paris and Gamal Abouali in Abu Dhabi led the transaction. The Cleary team also included associates Lynn Ammar and Lawale Ladapo, and international lawyer Reem Gasir, in Abu Dhabi; and associate Mohamed Taha in London.

U.S. tax advice was provided by partner Erika Nijenhuis and associate Daniel Hanna in New York. Partner Paul Marquardt, in Washington, D.C., and associate Joanna El-Khoury in Paris provided advice on sanctions and regulatory matters.

Stephenson Harwood Middle East LLP also served as special counsel to Iraq.

Shearman & Sterling LLP’s represented the underwriters on matters pertaining to U.S. law.
The Shearman & Sterling team included partner David Dixter; counsel Alejandro Gordano; associates Steven Holm and Joseph Hutchinson on the firm’s capital markets team, and Andy Zwecker (mergers and acquisitions) and Mohamed El-Sayed (corporate).

Partners Kristen Garry and Simon Letherman and associates Kammy Lai and Sarah Moir-Porteous provided tax advice, while partner Philip Urofsky (litigation) and of counsel Dan Newcomb assisted with regulatory issues.

Multaqa Al Nahrein advised the underwriters on matters pertaining to Iraqi law.

--Editing by Kelly Duncan.

Update: This story has been updated with additional comment on the transaction from Cleary Gottlieb counsel.

https://www.law360.com/articles/953062/cleary-advises-iraq-on-first-standalone-bond-since-2006

JesusLovesBaseball » August 13th, 2017

Arab parliament speaker to visit Iraq next Monday


Editor Mustafa Saad - Saturday 12 August

Alsumaria News / Baghdad, reported the official newspaper "Riyadh" Saudi Arabia on Saturday, that the President of the Arab parliament Meshaal bin peaceful understanding will visit Iraq at the head of a high - level delegation on Monday at the official invitation.

The newspaper said that the peaceful "will head a high-level delegation from the Arab Parliament to the Republic of Iraq from 14 to 16 August 2017, in response to an invitation from the Speaker of the Iraqi Council of Representatives Salim Jubouri, for cooperation and coordination and consultation and exchange of views between the Arab Parliament and the Iraqi Council."

She added that "the Speaker of the Arab Parliament will address the Iraqi Council of Representatives on Tuesday, August 15, 2017, renewing the firm will of the Arab Parliament to promote relations of consultation, coordination and cooperation with Arab parliaments to the highest levels, and the Arab Parliament keen to embody and strengthen parliamentary diplomacy, At all levels and in all regional and international forums. "

"The visit will focus on the support of the Arab Parliament for the efforts of the State of Iraqin the fight against terrorism, stressing the Arab depth of Iraq, the need to return to exercise its natural role in the joint Arab action and strengthen its relations with Arab countries. Security and the unity of its people and territorial integrity, and the parliament's rejection of external interference in the internal affairs of the Republic of Iraq, and support the project of national reconciliation between the components of the Iraqi people. LINK

Stranger » August 13th, 2017

I would think this is quite impressive considering their past relationship.

JesusLovesBaseball » August 13th, 2017

It definitely speaks volumes!! The amount of cooperation between all of the Arab countries right now is absolutely amazing. I think a lot of folks underestimate how special of a movement this really is between all of the Arab countries. Most of them typically don't get along with each other and like to pick fights. Blessings!

MilitiaMan » August 13th, 2017

Fair to say your find is in line with Frank and teams. They are effectively on their way now and they are in support of National Reconciliation. Ya think? The black gold spigots were turned on back before the five tankers ever left port to the USA to fund our banksters in perpetration for us.. This final process is fascinating as all get out.!! -MM

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