Singapore Exchange (SGX) has announced plans for a debut dollar bond. According to sources, the bourse has hired banks for a potential USD bond issuance and held investor calls since Tuesday. IFR states that the proposed bonds could have a 5Y tenor with an expected rating of Aa2, at par with its issuer rating. SGX has hired Citigroup, DBS and Standard Chartered Bank as joint lead managers for the deal, which is expected over the next few days.

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