Singapore companies in focus for Thurs., 14 Oct. 2021: Keppel, Challenger, Dymon Asia, AA REIT, Duty Free International, Dasin Retail Trust Management, ASL Marine, JUMBO and Chuan Hup.
Entities announcing debt listings in Singapore Thurs. 7 Oct, 2021: Computershare US, Ausgrid Finance, Simpar Europe, CS Finance S.A.R.L., and NH Investment & Securities.
Entities which announced debt listing confirmations in Singapore Monday, 20 Sept. 2021: Changi Airport, Woolworths, StoneCo, Electricidad Firme de Mexico and Alfa Desarrollo.
Changi Airport Group priced S$250 million in notes due 2028 at 1.49 percent, the airport operator said in a filing to SGX Monday.
Changi Airport Group reported Friday a S$953.72M net loss for the fiscal year ended 31 March, after an impairment loss on its Brazil assets.
Entities which announced debt listing confirmations on Wednesday, 21 July 2021: HDB, KT, Agile, MC Brazil Downstream Trading and Estate Sky.
GIC will acquire a “significant minority interest” in Brazil-based agricultural input maker Biotrop, a portfolio company of Aqua Capital.
Keppel entered a settlement deal with six Sete Brasil subsidiaries over six semisubmersible drilling rigs being built for them, Keppel said Monday.
SembMarine said Monday it lodged a suspicious transaction report with the Singapore Police Force over the activities of the former president of its Brazilian subsidiary.
SembMarine said Wednesday Brazilian authorities executed a search warrant on a Brazilian subsidiary, Estaleiro Jurong Aracruz as part of a corruption probe.
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