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SIA uses $249.9 mil out of $850 mil raised in convertible bonds due 2025

Felicia Tan
Felicia Tan • 1 min read
SIA uses $249.9 mil out of $850 mil raised in convertible bonds due 2025
The amount has been used for aircraft payments, in line with the intended use stated in its offering circular, says the airline. Photo: Bloomberg
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Singapore Airlines (SIA) C6L -

has used around $249.9 million out of the $850 million raised from the issue of its convertible bonds due 2025.

The amount has been used for aircraft payments, in line with the intended use stated in its offering circular, says the airline.

SIA, on Nov 12, 2020, announced that it was proposing to issue convertible bonds of up to $850 million in its principal amount. The bonds are convertible into new ordinary shares in SIA’s capital and are proposed to be placed with institutional investors and other investors.

The bonds will bear interest at the rate of 1.625% per annum and payable semi-annually in arrear. The initial conversion price was at $5.743 for each new share, representing a conversion premium of 45.77% over the last closing price of the shares quoted on the SGX-ST on Nov 12, 2020.

The bonds will mature on Dec 3, 2025.

Shares in SIA closed 1 cent lower or 0.17% down at $5.78 on April 10.

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