July 5, 2022 – dtac TriNet Company Limited or DTN, a wholly owned subsidiary of Total Access Communications Public Company Limited (dtac), a telecommunications service provider, set interest rates for new bonds at 3.01 – 4.46% per annum. The bonds will be offered during 11 – 12 and 14 July 2022 to institutional investors and/or high net worth investors. The company has been rated “AA” with a “negative” outlook by TRIS Rating Co., Ltd. The bond underwriters are Bangkok Bank, Bank of Ayudhya and Kasikornbank.
Mr. Nakul Sehgal, Chief Financial Officer of dtac, shared, “The company had submitted a filing to SEC at the beginning of June to seek approval to issue bonds, and has now set the interest rates as follows: the 1.5-year bond has an interest rate of 3.01% per annum, the 3-year bond has an interest of 3.50% per annum, the 5-year bond has as interest of 4.00% per annum, the 7-year bond has an interest of 4.20% per annum, and the 9-year bond has an interest rate of 4.46% per annum. Interest on the bonds will be paid every 6 months. The bonds have been given “AA” with a “negative” outlook by TRIS Rating Co., Ltd. on 1 June 2022.
Mr. Nakul also added, “We sincerely hope the bonds receive good feedbacks from investors as with the previous offerings. The bonds will be offered to high-net-worth investors at a minimum subscription value of 100,000 baht and in multiples of 100,000 baht during 11 – 12 and 14 July 2022, through 3 leading banks, namely Bangkok Bank, Bank of Ayudhya, and Kasikornbank. Interested investors can make a subscription at any of the banks’ branches or make a subscription through Kasikornbank’s online channel.”
Interested investors can learn more at www.sec.or.th or contact the bond underwriters:
- Bangkok Bank Public Company Limited (except Micro Branches): Tel. 1333
- Bank of Ayudhya Public Company Limited: Tel. 1572
- Kasikornbank Public Company Limited: Tel. 02-888-8888 ext. 819 or make a reservation online through https://www.kasikornbank.com/kmyinvest (except foreign nationals and juristic persons, who can reserve through the head office and branches)