Malaysia’s corporate services company Aon has said it’s prepared to pay debts and interest to creditors as the government continues to negotiate a $1.8 billion debt restructuring.
In a statement to the media, Aon said the government has “completed negotiations” with the creditors but did not elaborate.
“Aon has committed to pay the remaining amount of its debt,” the statement read.
“Aon will be available for its customers and creditors in the event of a final agreement to the debt restructuring.”
The government has said the company has “significant cash and cash equivalents” but has not specified how much.