Singapore announced Friday a package of initiatives to help high-growth enterprises raise capital in the city-state’s public equity market.
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Entities which announced debt listing confirmations in Singapore Thursday, 16 Sept. 2021: Nippon Life Insurance, DENSO, Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank, Shimao Group Holdings, The Export-Import Bank of Korea and Keppel.
Singapore companies which may be in focus Tuesday, 13 Sept. 2021: KTL Global, Nanofilm, Temasek, Keppel DC REIT, SembMarine, Grand Banks Yachts and Ly Corp.
Singapore companies which may be in focus Monday, 13 Sept. 2021: CityDev, GENS, SGX, Nanofilm, Temasek, AA REIT, Wilmar, Venture, OUE, OUE Lippo Healthcare, Darco Water Technologies, Accrelist, KTL Global, Ly, Regal and TEE.
Singapore companies which may be in focus Wednesday, 7 Sept. 2021: DBS, Keppel, Japfa, Frencken, SIA Engineering, Yanlord Land, United Hampshire US REIT, Raffles Education, Lasseters International, Mercurius Capital Investment, Koda, Avarga and Eneco Energy.
Keppel priced S$400 million in fixed-rate subordinated perpetual securities at 2.90 percent, the company said in a filing to SGX Tuesday.
Entities which announced debt listing confirmations on SGX Friday, 3 September 2021: Singapore Exchange (SGX) and Xuchang General Investment.
Singapore companies which may be in focus Friday, 3 September 2021: SGX, Olam, Singtel, Yangzijiang, SingPost, AEM, Global Palm, Mary Chia and Abundance.
Aicadium, an AI services company founded by Temasek, acquired BasisAI, a Temasek-backed provider of AI software, the companies said Monday.
Temasek said Tuesday it indirectly holds 992,496 shares of FTS International issuable upon exercise of warrants, which would be a 7.06% stake.
Uni-Asia Investment, along with Shinsei Bank Group’s Showa Leasing and Japan Asia Investment, have invested in a fund to invest in developing and operating group homes for people with disabilities in Japan.
Southeast Asia-based tele-health and home-care player Doctor Anywhere raised S$88M in a series C round led by Asia Partners.