Singapore substantial shareholder changes: Keong Hong Holdings and Asiamedic.
Keong Hong Holdings
Leo Ting Ping Ronald, chairman and CEO of Keong Hong Holdings, sold 44.76 million shares of the company for S$17.19 million in an off-market transaction, taking his total interest to 11.8 percent from 30.85 percent previously, according to a filing to SGX Friday.
The shares were sold to substantial shareholder LJHB Capital (S), the filing said.
Aona Liu disclosed she is deemed interested in 512.1 million shares of Asiamedic, or a 45.74 percent stake after she was appointed a a non-independent non-executive director of the company on Friday, according to a filing to SGX Friday.
She is currently the executive chairperson at Luye Medical Group in Singapore and China; Luye Medical Group is the controlling shareholder of Asiamedic, a separate filing to SGX said.
Aona Liu, Liu Dianbo, who is her father, Wang Cuilian, who is her mother, and Alina W Liu, who is her sister, are all beneficiaries of the Asoka Trust, which is deemed interested in the shares held by Luye Medical Group, a filing said.