Accrelist to sell 30 percent Accrelist Medical Aesthetics (SPC) stake for S$1M

Storefront of Accrelist Medical Aesthetics (SPC), or A.M. Aesthics SPC, located at SingPost Centre. Image taken September 2021Storefront of Accrelist Medical Aesthetics (SPC), or A.M. Aesthics SPC, located at SingPost Centre. Image taken September 2021

Accrelist has entered a deal to sell a 30 percent stake in its wholly owned subsidiary Accrelist Medical Aesthetics (SPC) to strategic investor Sri Marilyn Tay Bee Choo for S$1 million, the company said in a filing to SGX Friday.

The deal values its SingPost Centre-based clinic, A.M. Aesthetics SPC, at S$3 million, the filing said.

In total, Accrelist has seven local clinics and three in Malaysia, the filing said.

The investor is an entrepreneur involved in the healthcare products and supplements sector, with business across the Asia Pacific region, including Singapore, the filing said.

“Her investment in A.M Aesthetics SPC is expected to add strategic value to the Group’s medical aesthetics and skincare businesses. Dame Dato Sri Marilyn has established extensive connections and built a network of contacts throughout the health and beauty industry through her healthcare products and supplements business and participation in past pageants,” Accrelist said.

Terence Tea, executive chairman and managing director of Accrelist, said the company has been encouraged by demand for aesthetics services returning to pre-pandemic levels.

“This adds to our confidence in the long-term prospects of the group’s medical aesthetics business. The strategic investment will further strengthen the group’s financial position and enable Accrelist to capitalise on growth opportunities in the medical aesthetics sector,” Tea said in the statement.

Accrelist Medical Aesthetics, or A.M. Aesthetics, reported revenue of S$6.3 million for the fiscal year ended 31 March, up 26 percent on-year, the filing said.

In addition to adding more clinics, A.M. Aesthetics’ Bedok Mall and SingPost Centre clinics are both expected to move to larger spaces in the same malls by end-October, more than doubling the number of treatment rooms at each clinic, the filing said.