These are Singapore companies which announced personnel changes on Wednesday, 13 October 2021: QT Vascular.
Duty Free International said Wednesday its fiscal 2Q net loss narrowed to MYR5.65M, mainly on lower expenses as its stores were shuttered.
Challenger entered a deal to allot 56.55 million new shares, or 14.08 percent of the enlarged capital, to Dymon Asia Private Equity.
ASL Marine’s auditor cited a material uncertainty over the group’s ability to continue as a going concern in its report on the fiscal 2021 financial statements.
Singapore companies announcing share buybacks Wed., 13 Oct. 2021: OCBC, Sembcorp Industries, Q & M Dental, Goodland, Broadway Industrial, G.K. Goh and Global Investments.
AIMS APAC REIT said Wednesday its fiscal 1H net property income rose 19.4% on-year to S$47.71M, mainly on the 7 Bulim Street property.
CapitaLand China Trust has priced its private placement at S$1.165, the bottom of the indicative range, in an oversubscribed deal.
Companies in focus Wed., 12 Oct. 2021: CLI and Ascott, SGX, AIMS APAC REIT, Dragon Pacific Assets, AEM, EPF, First Resources, ESR Cayman, Sabana REIT, ARA Asset, Dasin Retail Trust, Sino-Ocean Capital, Tuan Sing, Creative and Metech.
Metech entered separate strategic collaboration deals with Guangzhou Diamond Exchange and National Testing Centre for Gold and Silver Jewellery (Tianjin).
Tuan Sing priced S$200M in notes due 2024 at 6.9% on solid demand despite uncertain market conditions, the real estate company said Tuesday.
New Harvest Investments, an affiliate of Sino-Ocean Capital, has become a controlling shareholder of Dasin Retail Trust’s manager.
CapitaLand Investment’s Ascott entered a deal with Sun Group to manage Vietnam’s largest serviced residence development.