Qtel mandates banks for possible bond - leads

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Qatar Telecom has mandated six banks for a possible benchmark-sized dollar-denominated bond, lead arrangers said on Thursday.

The operator, which is majority state-owned, picked Barclays , HSBC, Mitsubishi UFJ Securities, Mizuho Securities, Morgan Stanley and QNB Capital as lead arrangers and bookrunners for the Reg S/144a-compliant deal.

Benchmark-sized is typically at least US$500m.

Roadshows kick off on December 9 in the United Arab Emirates before meetings in London, Hong Kong, New York, Singapore and Boston, concluding on December 11.

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