These are the key points from Renaissance United’s sustainability report for 2021.
Singapore companies which announced share buybacks Tues., 5 Oct. 2021: Jardine Matheson, Hongkong Land, OCBC, UOB, StarHub, Boustead Singapore, G.K. Goh, The Hour Glass and CNMC Goldmine.
Singapore companies which may be in focus Tuesday, 5 Oct. 2021: Sembcorp, SPH REIT, AA REIT, Shangri-La Asia, Darco Water, Swiber, Asian Micro and LifeBrandz.
Sembcorp, Chiyoda and Mitsubishi entered an MOU to explore creating a commercial-scale supply chain to deliver decarbonised hydrogen into Singapore.
Darco Water faces a potential material impact on 2021 earnings as its US$600,000 deposit for the now terminated Con Dao deal wasn’t repaid.
Singapore companies which announced share buybacks Monday, 4 Oct. 2021: UOB, OCBC, Hongkong Land, CNMC Goldmine, ST Group Food Industries, Boutstead Singapore, G.K. Goh, Global Palm and Global Investments.
These are entities which announced debt listing confirmations in Singapore on Monday, 4 October 2021: Nippon Steel.
Singapore companies which may be in focus Mon., 4 Oct. 2021: Blumont, Nanofilm, Temasek, IREIT Global, ComfortDelGro, Kimly, Megachem, Addvalue and Interra.
Singapore companies which announced share buybacks Friday, 1 Oct. 2021: AEM, UOB, Tuan Sing, Eurosports, CNMC Goldmine, Singapore Shipping, G.K. Goh, The Hour Glass, Global Palm Resources and Global Investments.
Singapore companies which may be in focus Frii., 30 Sept. 2021: AA REIT, Olam, Keppel, ESR Cayman, ARA Asset Management, Frasers Property, Oxley, No Signboard, Dasin Retail Trust, Cosco Shipping, OxPay, AusGroup, GS and Pan Asian.
Olam International plans a private placement of 5.5 billion yen (around US$50 million) in 1.403% five-year sustainability linked notes.
These are entities which announced debt listing confirmations in Singapore on Thursday, 30 September 2021: Jain International Trading.