HSBC Saudi Arabia's team: (top row, l-r): Rajiv Shukla, Fahad Al-Saif, Mohammed Albensaleh, Muhammad Farhan, (bottom row, l-r) Asma Alghofailey and Lama Al-Saleh

With its seven-year maturity making it the longest for any sukuk drawn up by a Saudi corporate, the $1.9bn capital raising put together for the Saudi Electric Company marks a huge achievement for the HSBC Saudi Arabia team that assembled it. Writer Edward Russell-Walling

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