Fitch Ratings has assigned Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank’s (ADIB) $750 million 3.745 per cent trust certificates due November 2015 under ADIB’s $5 billion trust certificate issuance programme a final rating of ‘A+’
The notes have been issued by ADIB Sukuk Com…
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