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Suspended stocks on SGX hit highest level in three years

SINCE last November, five more companies have made their way into the Singapore Exchange's most unloved list of stocks - that is, those suspended from trading for 12 months or longer.

Sim Leisure says IPO has enabled it to be debt free

CATALIST-LISTED theme park operator Sim Leisure Group has reiterated that it does not expect business to take a hit from how it spent its initial public offering (IPO) proceeds.

Catalist: to grow or to heal?

LAST week's report, calling for a review of Singapore's Catalist board (BT, Jan 16, "Catalist: A platform for growth firms or ICU for mainboard patients?"), sparked a lively debate among...

Call for changes to Catalist and regulatory framework

IT is time for changes to be made to Singapore's Catalist board and the portion of the regulatory framework that supports it, says a new report, which has identified developments that could be...

Disallow transfer from SGX mainboard to Catalist: study

COMPANIES should no longer be allowed to transfer from the mainboard to Catalist, to lift the overall corporate governance standards, growth and share-price performance of listed companies here, says...

New corporate governance rating framework for SMEs (Amended)

SOME 79 per cent of listed small and medium enterprises (SMEs) do not have independent directors who are experienced in their industry, and 65 per cent lack the presence of unrelated substantial...