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Euromoney innovations in Islamic finance 2016: Islamic Republic of Pakistan

$100 million Islamic structured club facility

Innovations Islamic 2016 196w
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Lead arrangers: Noor Bank, Standard Chartered

This deal was structurally clever, ground-breaking and enormously encouraging for Pakistan. But the real reason it wins this award is what it says about Islamic liquidity and how quickly it can be mobilized if needed.

Pakistan has a more positive outlook than it once did. It has conducted a successful programme with the IMF, it has completed both conventional and Islamic Eurobonds and sukuks at a sovereign level, it has revived the privatization process that faltered after former president Pervez Musharraf was ousted, and it has successfully auctioned 3G and 4G telecom licences. After two years of stability there is a feeling that reform can be successfull and there is hope for the economy. The letter C no longer appears in Pakistan’s international ratings; after years in the wilderness the country is now B3/B-.

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