Stanbic IBTC Begins Sale of N20bn Series 3 Commercial Paper
By Dipo Olowookere
Stanbic IBTC Bank Plc has commenced the sale of its series 3 commercial paper under its N100 billion multicurrency commercial paper programme.
The financial institution intends to sell N20 billion worth of the corporate debt instrument to interested investors in a period of one week.
Subscription for the commercial paper commenced on Thursday, January 20, 2022, and will end on Thursday, January 27, 2022, according to details of the exercise obtained by Business Post.
It was gathered that the tenor of the commercial paper is 269 days, maturing on Thursday, October 27, 2022, and it is with a discount rate of 9.00 per cent and an implied yield of 9.64 per cent.
Subscription for the Stanbic IBTC series 3 commercial paper is a minimum of N5 million and subsequent addition of N1 million.
According to the programme memorandum, the net proceeds from the paper would be used solely to support the company’s short-term funding requirements, as part of its asset and liability management strategy for its banking operations.
As for the payment at maturity, the issuer said only noteholders named in the register as at the close of business on the relevant last day “shall be entitled to payment of amounts due and payable in respect of notes.”
Stanbic IBTC Bank PLC emerged from the merger of Stanbic Bank Nigeria Limited with IBTC Chartered Bank Plc in September 2007.
IBTC Chartered Bank Plc was itself a merger of three institutions (Investment Banking &Trust Company Plc (IBTC Bank), Chartered Bank Plc. and Regent Bank Plc.).
Stanbic IBTC Bank offers its clients a wide range of commercial banking products through its 180 branches spread across every state in Nigeria, and via a range of self-service channels powered by sophisticated technology to bring convenient banking to clients.
The lender is also a key player in financial inclusion and is poised to take banking to the doorsteps of its clients in different personal and business categories who desire bespoke banking services.