SG stocks Tuesday: SembMarine, Keppel, Yangzijiang Financial, Temasek

Oil drilling rigs at Cromarty Firth in the U.K. Photo by Ben Wicks on UnsplashOil drilling rigs at Cromarty Firth in the U.K. Photo by Ben Wicks on Unsplash

Singapore companies in focus on Tuesday, 7 June 2022:

  • SembMarine: Combination with Keppel O&M needed to stay competitive
  • Temasek commits billions to new decarbonization platform
  • Ant Group “Soft Launches” Singapore Digital Bank
  • Executive moves: Yangzijiang Financial taps GIC veteran

Others: Yanlord Land, Gojek and GoTo.

SembMarine: Combination with Keppel O&M needed to stay competitive

Executive moves: Yangzijiang Financial taps GIC veteran

Ant Group “Soft Launches” Singapore Digital Bank

  • Ant Group has “soft launched” its Singapore digital bank, dubbed ANEXT Bank.

Temasek commits billions to new decarbonization platform

  • Singapore’s state-owned investment company Temasek Holdings has launched GenZero, a platform for decarbonization investments.

Executive moves: Gojek CEO to step down

  • Kevin Aluwi, Gojek‘s co-founder and CEO, will step down from his role at Gojek and join Indonesia-listed GoTo‘s board of commissioners.

Yanlord Land: May contracted pre-sales fell 70 percent by value

  • Yanlord Land said Monday its May total contracted pre-sales from residential and commercial units and car parks, including joint ventures and associates, amounted to around CNY1.14 billion.

SPONSORED: Watches.com entering online watch business just as consumers re-open wallets

  • As the world begins to roll back pandemic restrictions, wallets are opening up — and watches are on consumers’ shopping lists.

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