Bonds of Halyk Bank Georgia in the amount of 15 mln USD are listed on AIX

26 May 2022

Astana International Exchange (“AIX”, “Exchange”) is pleased to announce that starting from 25 May 2022, 3-year debut Bonds of JSC Halyk Bank Georgia, the subsidiary of JSC Halyk Bank, in the nominal value of $15 mln with a fixed coupon rate of 4 per cent p.a. and maturing in 2025 have been admitted to the AIX Official List. The current issue represents the first tranche of the US$45 mln Bonds Programme registered with AIX.
JSC “Halyk Finance” acted as sole Lead Manager and Bookrunner of the offer.

Renat Bekturov, CEO of AIX, stated:

“We are pleased to have an opportunity to support the first Georgian Issuer in tapping the market with the listing on AIX. We believe that it opens the door for other issuers from Georgia and beyond. One of the strategic objectives of AIX is to attract foreign issuers and we are ready to provide full support to such issuers to list their instruments under international law.”


AIX was formed in 2017 within the Astana International Financial Centre development framework. AIX shareholders are AIFC, Goldman Sachs, the Shanghai stock exchange, the Silk Road Fund, and NASDAQ, which also provides the AIX trading platform. The exchange operates within a regulatory environment based on the principles of English Law, thus providing a reliable investment environment. The mission of AIX is to develop an active capital market in Kazakhstan and the region by providing clear and favourable conditions for attracting financing to private and public businesses. AIX develops special segments for mining companies as well as infrastructure projects under the Belt and Road initiative. More

The Astana International Financial Centre The Astana International Financial Centre (AIFC) is an independent jurisdiction that started operations in 2018. In accordance with the Development Strategy until 2025, the key focus of the AIFC is to consolidate as a universal platform connecting the countries of the EAEU, Central Asia and the Caucasus.