These are Singapore companies which announced personnel changes on Tuesday, 28 September 2021: Keppel REIT and Boustead Projects.
Singapore companies which may be in focus Monday, 27 Sept. 2021: Boustead Projects, Nanofilm, Yangzijiang, First REIT, Food Empire, Soilbuild REIT, Nam Lee Pressed Metal and Beng Kuang Marine.
SC Aetas (Cayman), owner of the Orchard Hills/Orchard Hills Residences property, has failed to resume paying principal and interest on its S$110M defaulted mezzanine notes.
Singapore companies which announced share buybacks Tuesday, 17 August 2021: Singtel, Global Investments, Hotung Investment, The Hour Glass, OUE, OCBC, Singapore Shipping, MDR and Boustead Projects.
Singapore companies which may be in focus Friday, 13 August 2021: Genting Singapore, UOL, Boustead Projects, SBS Transit, Yanlord, United Hampshire US REIT, BHG Retail REIT, SingPost, MoneyMax, ValueMax, MindChamps, Y Ventures and SunMoon Food.
Boustead Projects, with Roark Capital and Lim Teck Lee Investments, plans to acquire S$110M in notes backed by Singapore’s Orchard Hills.
Singapore companies which may be in focus Thursday, 12 August 2021: Wilmar, Dyna-Mac, Temasek, KORE, Dasin Retail Trust, HPHT, APAC Realty, Fu Yu, Boldtek, Asiaphos and TEE International.
Singapore companies which announced share buybacks Tuesday, 10 August 2021: OUE, Boustead Singapore, Boustead Projects and The Hour Glass.
These are Singapore companies which may be in focus on Tuesday, 1 October 2019: BreadTalk, Genting Singapore, Hyflux, First REIT, Sunpower and Spackman.
Boustead Projects’ 51%-owned joint venture, BP-TPM, entered a deal to acquire a Singapore industrial property for S$77.4 million, the company said Tuesday.
These are Singapore companies which may be in focus on Monday, 9 Sept 2019: Keppel Pacific Oak US REIT, Frasers Centrepoint Trust, Sembcorp and Singtel.
Boustead Singapore reported Monday its fiscal 4Q net profit edged up 2% on-year to S$7.8M amid gross margin pressure, a higher impairment loss and expenses.