Jakarta (Benchmark News) – PT Permodalan Nasional Madani (Persero) offer bonds worth Rp1,5 trillion to investors in its initial offer (bookbuilding) which will last until Friday (7/10/2016). Period of supply of bonds it is estimated to take place in late October 2016. Director of PNM Nataatmadja Parman said bonds offered it is part of the ongoing public offering (PUB) bonds are valued at a total of Rp2 trillion published company since 2014. Parman said the funding results of the issuance of bonds that will be used for financing channelled by the company. “It’s the rest of the PUB,” he said. As is known, the PNM doing Sustainable public offering (PUB) bonds totaling Rp2 trillion in 2014. Most of the results of the issuance of bonds with share of 80% would be used as working capital and the rest for refinancing. PNM has published its own bonds at Rp500 billion in 2014.
For instance, the company has been publishing at Rp500 billion worth of bonds in 2012, followed by the issuance of bonds of Rp1 trillion in 2013, each with a tenor of 5 years. The company has also published medium term notes worth of Rp350 billion in 2014. Bonds issued by the company last time due on December 19, 2017 for series B and 19 December 2019 for series c. Bonds alone has A series due on December 19, 2015. Meanwhile, bonds issued in 2013 would due on 2018. In addition, the PNM also get additional capital from the State through the State Capital Participation (a) worth of Rp1 trillion in BUDGET changes in 2015. Parman said that a Fund has also been used by the company. A number of sources of funding that would be used by the company for channelling financing of about Rp4,7 trillion in 2016. Financing undertaken by the company include the financing of micro-Capital Services Unit (Ulamm) as well as the financing of women’s empowerment. According to him, the STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES that have been financing finance about Rp4,3 trillion up to quarter III/2016 or increased about 15%-20% compared to the same period the realization of 2015. Parman said it did not cover the possibility of issuing bonds to return in 2017. The value of the bonds about Rp2 trillion…(Red)