Singtel associate Bharti Airtel proposes to raise up to US$3b

BHARTI Airtel has proposed to raise up to US$3 billion in a mega debt-equity exercise ahead of its deadline to pay a hefty fine.

Grab, Singtel make it to digibank altar after hectic speed-dating

IT WAS a hectic speed-dating process, but in the end, two old friends decided to commit.

Grab, Singtel partner to gun for digibank licence in Singapore

GRAB Holdings and Singtel are joining forces to apply for a digital full bank licence in Singapore, with an aim of tapping “unmet and underserved” needs from digital-first consumers and the small...

5G wireless network will be fork in road for Singapore telcos

LICENCES for Singapore's planned 5G wireless networks are hailed by observers as a game-changing catalyst, amid a consumer mobile market battered by a price war.

Sygnum gets MAS go-ahead for asset-management ops

SINGAPORE-FOCUSED tokenisation startup Sygnum has obtained a capital markets services licence from the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS).

Cyber-security firm Ensign promotes industry veteran Tammie Tham to CEO

SINGAPORE - Homegrown cybersecurity firm Ensign InfoSecurity on Wednesday (Sept 25) promoted Tammie Tham to chief executive officer (CEO) to lead the company in its next phase of growth.

Singtel, StarHub link Singapore and western China in data pipeline

FIRMS in Singapore and western China could get better data links between the two regions, with an international data channel from here to Chongqing launched on Wednesday.

Singtel expands its VIA mobile payment alliance to Japan

SINGTEL on Thursday debuted its cross-border mobile payment alliance, VIA, in Japan through the StarPay platform by Japanese tech firm Netstars.

Startups leverage technology to do their part in helping the underserved

SDI Academy and Allied World Healthcare were among the participants at the 7th Asian Venture Philanthropy Network Conference, held at Suntec Convention Centre from June 25-28.

Singtel seeks more value from loss-making digital units

Singtel is looking at squeezing more value out of some of its loss-making digital investments, it said yesterday, alongside disclosures that its chief executive has had a massive pay cut.

Singtel CEO Chua Sock Koong's pay nearly halved, telco to monetise some loss-making digital businesses

Singtel is looking at monetising some of its loss-making digital investments, its leadership confirmed in an annual report out on Wednesday, which also revealed a big pay cut for its chief...