Singapore companies

No Signboard CEO arrested and on bail amid share buyback probe

The head of Singapore restaurant chain No Signboard Holdings was arrested on "reasonable suspicion" of breaching the Securities and Futures Act.

CAD probes No Signboard over share buyback

Investigators have launched a probe into No Signboard Holdings' recent share buyback.

CAD investigating No Signboard over share buyback; CEO's passport seized

SINGAPORE - Singapore investigators have launched a probe into No Signboard Holdings' recent share buyback and obtained statements from the restaurant group's key executives, the company announced...

Bond sellers come under scrutiny after Hyflux's troubles

HONG KONG • The collapse of Singapore's water treatment firm Hyflux has increased investor scrutiny of other debt-laden companies that sold bonds in the local currency.

Helping family firms stay in business

Helping family companies stay afloat in a competitive market contradicts a capitalism tenet that promotes the survival of the fittest, but the Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry (...

Ex-bank exec aims to take family's TCM shop to next level

Mr Bobby Ng used to resent having to help out at his family's traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) shop in Bedok during his school holidays.

Chances of a new white knight for Hyflux low, say experts

Experts said that the chances of one are low despite the removal of a loss-making asset from Hyflux's books.

Very few Hyflux investors used CPF to buy shares

Only a small minority of Hyflux investors had used their Central Provident Fund (CPF) savings to buy shares in the troubled water treatment company.

MAS says it has not uncovered any impropriety by DBS

The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) said yesterday that its supervisory reviews to date have not uncovered any impropriety on the part of DBS in performing its roles as both issue manager...

Hyflux and SMI clash over what led to death of rescue deal

Hyflux and its former white knight SM Investments have clashed over what led to the death of a $530 million restructuring deal.