1. Al Rajhi Bank - Profile Al Rajhi Bank is a major name in Saudi Arabia's banking and business world. It has grown from a strong base, focusing on serving the needs of the Kingdom, contributing to it's development, and operating within the framework of Shariah. According to the Banker report 2007, Al Rajhi is the largest Islamic lender in the world with assets of SR 105 (USD 28) billion and has received recognition for its achievements in recent years. Awards 2007 – Islamic Finance News: Best Islamic Bank in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia 2007 – Asian Banker: Best Bank in Retail Banking in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia 2007 – Asian Banker: Best Bank in Retail Banking in the Middle East 2006 – The Banker Magazine & Financial Times Business: Best Bank in Saudi Arabia 2005 – EuroMoney: Best Bank in Saudi Arabia 2005 – Islamic Finance News: Best Islamic Bank Additionally, Abdullah Sulaiman Al Rajhi (CEO) was recognized as Islamic Banker of the Year in 2007 by The World Islamic Banking Conference. Al Rajhi Bank is one of the largest banks in Saudi Arabia, with a paid up capital of SR 13.5 billion and a sizeable presence across the country. It has recently extended its footprint to Malaysia and has the highest profitability among banks in the Kingdom. Al Rajhi is rated “A” by Standard & Poors.
2. Al Rajhi Bank – Geographic Locations Al Rajhi Bank Malaysia Europe, Middle East, Africa Asia Pacific Americas Kuwait – banking License obtained as of August 2006
3. Corporate Banking Group - Overview Corporate Banking Group (CBG)’s focus is on corporate and commercial sectors. The bank offers a wide range of finance and investment services for these two sectors within the framework of Shariah. Fields Project Finance, Leveraged Finance, Trade Finance, Real Estate Finance, Contractor Finance, Bridge & Acquisition Finance, Working Capital Finance, Debt Advisory Solutions . Products Structured Debt Advisory and Arranging, Syndications, Bai Al Ajel, Murabaha, Istisna, Musharaka, Ijarah (Fixed and Floating), Akar, Eirad, Letters of Credit, Letters of Guarantee. CBG works closely with Al Rajhi Bank’s Investment Banking Group to provide Equity Capital Markets and Advisory products to clients including M&A, IPOs, Secondary Offerings and Asset Management.
4. Corporate Banking Group - Overview The corporate banking arm responsible for Middle East and South East Asia Core activities Specialized Finance Sophisticated Finance Transactional Banking Treasury Market Intelligence and Business Support Debt Advisory and Arranging capabilities - cross border financing structures - underwriting and placement capacity Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Malaysia
5. Corporate Banking Group - Overview Power Oil and gas, chemicals and petrochemicals Metals and mining Infrastructure Telecommunications and information technology Project finance advisory Debt underwriting and arranging Multilateral and export credit agency financing Leverage Finance Project finance Real Estate Corporate Bank Specialized finance Buyouts, acquisition finance, Bridge Facilities Leasing, asset, real estate, private finance initiative, Capex Financing
5. Corporate Banking Group – Deal Awards 2007 Best Ijarah Red Sea Gateway Terminal 2007 Project Finance Deal of the Year Jubail Water & Power Co. 2007 Best Project Finance Red Sea Gateway Terminal 2007 Most Innovative Project Mobily 2007 Best Deal in KSA Mobily 2007 Best Tawarruq MTC 2007 Project Finance Deal of the Year Shuaibah Expansion Project Middle East Transport Deal of the Year 2007 Red Sea Gateway Terminal Middle East Telecoms Deal of the Year Mobily 2007 2007 Middle East IWPP Deal of the Year Jubail Water & Power Co.
5. Corporate Banking Group – Deal Awards 2007 Power Deal of the Year Jubail Water & Power Co. 2005 Power Deal of the Year Shuaibah Water & Electricity Co. 2005 Islamic Finance Deal of the Year Shuaibah Water & Electricity Co. 2007 Project Finance Deal of the Year Shuqaiq Water & Electricity Co.
6. Corporate Banking Group – Deals December 2007 SAR 1,000,000,000 Medium Term Islamic Facility Islamic Facility Second Fixed Line Telephony License April 2008 Project Finance Advisory Long Term Project Finance Facility Initial Mandated Lead Arranger May 2008 USD 6,000,000,000 Project Finance Long Term Project Finance Facility Initial Mandated Lead Arranger June 2008 USD 2,390,000,000 Project Finance Mandated Lead Arranger Sole Bookrunner December 2007 SAR 1,700,000,000 Long Term Islamic Facility Project Finance Joint Financial Advisor December 2007 Project Finance Advisory Villamar Sukuk Joint Lead Manager May 2008 USD 190,000,000 Sukuk Al Musharaka Islamic Term Facility Initial Mandate Lead Arranger March 2008 SAR 4,300,000,000 Real Estate Finance Mandated Lead Manager June 2008 SAR 650,000,000 Equity Financing Islamic Term Facility Sole Arranger June 2008 SAR 800,000,000 Islamic Term Facility Project Finance
6. Corporate Banking Group – Deals Mandated Lead Arranger May 2007 USD 3,315,300,000 Long Term Project Finance Facility Project Finance Mandated Lead Arranger Sole Bookrunner March 2007 SAR 833,000,000 Medium Term Islamic Facility Real Estate Finance Mandated Lead Arranger July 2007 USD 231,900,000, Long Term Project Finance Facility Project Finance Acquisition Financing Advisory SAR 170,000,000 July 2007 Mandated Lead Arranger February 2007 Long Term Project Finance Facility Project Finance SHUQAIQ WATER & ELECTRICITY CO. USD 1,835,000,000 Mandated Lead Arranger December 2005 USD 2,500,000,000 Long Term Project Finance Facility Project Finance Mandated Lead Arranger July 2007 USD 2,500,000,000 Long Term Islamic Facility Project Finance Mandated Lead Arranger July 2007 USD 4,887,500,000 Guarantee Facility Project Finance Mandated Lead Arranger June 2007 USD 2,875,000,000 Medium Term Islamic Facility Airtime Facility Mandated Lead Arranger December 2007 USD 450,000,000 Acquisition of Maxis Acquisition Finance
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