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Livingstone looks to fresh shot at listing

SINGAPORE-based Livingstone Health - a rebranded offshoot of Ardmore Medical which last year ditched plans to list on the Catalist - has removed a key potential market risk by "deconsolidating"...

Elite Commercial Reit lodges preliminary prospectus

IN WHAT is poised to be 2020's first initial public offering (IPO) on the Singapore Exchange, Elite Commercial Reit Management has lodged a preliminary prospectus to list a UK-focused Singapore...

Singapore Women's & Children's Medical Group eyes SGX listing next year

AN initial public offering (IPO) is in the works for private-healthcare service provider Singapore Women’s & Children’s Medical Group (SWC Medical Group).

Trans-cab takes second stab at listing on SGX

AN initial public offering (IPO) is on taxi operator Trans-cab Holdings' New Year's resolutions list.

Trans-cab files preliminary document for next year's IPO comeback

SINGAPORE’s second-largest taxi operator Trans-cab Holdings is taking a second stab at going public, half a decade after aborting its first attempt.

The year tech unicorns became donkeys

2019 may be remembered as the year so many unicorns turned into donkeys. After its IPO, Uber fell from the stratospheric valuation it commanded as a private company. So did its prime competitor,...

Singapore as a new venue for Russian IPOs

WITH the implementation of a free trade pact with the Russia-led Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) paving the way for greater business links between Singapore and EAEU markets - which comprises...

ThaiBev clarifies not selling Vietnam business; IPO process in early stages

THAI Beverage Public Company (ThaiBev) has clarified that it is not seeking a buyer for its business in Vietnam.

Hong Kong sees another wild IPO swing from 84% gain to a loss

[HONG KONG] A Chinese pipe maker endured a rollercoaster debut, finishing the day at a loss after almost doubling during its initial public offering (IPO) in Hong Kong.

AnnAik goes environmental amid tepid steel business

STEEL stockist AnnAik's move into the wastewater treatment business, initially derided, is gaining traction amid a tepid steel business today, according to its chief executive.