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real estate

Dubai developer Emaar hires banks for dollar sukuk sale
Markets

Dubai developer Emaar hires banks for dollar sukuk sale

  • The builder of the world's tallest building, Dubai's Burj Khalifa, last issued international bonds in 2019, raising $500 million via sukuk.
  • The 10-year sukuk issued in 2019 at a rate of 3.875% traded at 101.3 cents on the dollar on Wednesday.
Published 02 Jun, 2021 07:35pm
REITs: more is needed
BR Research

REITs: more is needed

SECP has recently announced amendments to the Real Estate Investment Trust (REITs) regulations. Market has received...
Published 21 Apr, 2021 07:25am
London's Luxury Homes are a Prime Target to hide 'Dirty Money': Report
World

London's Luxury Homes are a Prime Target to hide 'Dirty Money': Report

  • The property market in the United Kingdom is increasingly becoming a prime target for money laundering, with London's most expensive property attracting criminal buyers from the around the world to hide ill-gotten wealth.
  • The onset of the coronavirus pandemic has only made the real estate sector more vulnerable to dirty money, as the dwindling demand for expensive and extravagant homes makes it more susceptible to exploitation from criminal entities.
Updated 24 Dec, 2020 05:24pm