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S P Setia inks RM1.07 billion syndicated financing facilities for Setia Federal Hill

The proposed Setia Federal Hill development on the exchanged land at Jalan Bangsar. The proposed Setia Federal Hill development on the exchanged land at Jalan Bangsar.

S P Setia Bhd, through its associate company, Setia Federal Hill Sdn Bhd, has just inked a RM1.07 billion syndicated financing facilities agreement with CIMB Investment Bank Bhd, Malayan Banking Bhd, AmInvestment Bank Bhd, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (Malaysia) Bhd, for a land swap development transaction under the government’s Public Private Partnership (PPP) program.

Setia Federal Hill will undertake the development of a new integrated health and research institute known as the National Institute of Health (1NIH) on a 41-acre land in Setia Alam, Shah Alam.

"The development comprises office buildings, health management institution, medical research centre, facilities block, a kindergarten and staff quarters,” said Datuk Khor Chap Jen, acting president and CEO of S P Setia Bhd and chairman of Setia Federal Hill Sdn Bhd at the signing ceremony today.

In return, the government will provide Setia Federal Hill, a 52-acre site on Federal Hill for the development of a mixed residential and commercial project worth RM15 billion in gross development value (GDV). We expect the launch to be in 2017,” revealed Khor.

He added that the 1N1H is a particularly meaningful project approved by the government. The facility will also provide a conducive research environment for the health and research practitioners in the medical field.

Meanwhile, the group is striving to have up to 40% of its revenue coming from overseas sales next year, according to Choy Kah Yew, acting chief financial officer of S P Setia Bhd.

“We are hopeful to achieve up to 40% revenue from overseas projects, for next year. In terms of revenue, it is based on our turnover contributions. Our international projects are completion-based. So it is really about timing,” he revealed.

“Most of S P Setia’s projects overseas are fully sold, and are on track for their respective completions. For this year, approximately 70% of our revenue would derive from local projects, and the remaining 30% would be from overseas projects,” Choy said.

Some of S P Setia’s notable overseas projects include the on-going Battersea Powerstation in London and Fulton Lane in Melbourne, which was handed over in September 2015.

As at September 2015, the group’s overseas projects posted sales growth of 15.5% from the previous quarter.

Sales from the £8 billion redevelopment of Battersea Powerstation and Singapore projects recorded an improvement of 7.7% (RM111 million) and 65% (RM53 million), respectively. Meanwhile, its local projects recorded sales of RM573 million.

The group is scheduled to announce its latest figures and sales target upon its forthcoming financial year-end, 31 December 2015.

 

News Source: The Edge Property, 9 December 2015

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