Grab US listing: Anthony Tan's super vote and 4 notable details

SUPER-VOTING rights, deep losses and regulatory risks are in the spotlight for Grab, as the nine-year-old company guns for the public markets.

Grab to give Anthony Tan 60.4% voting power; posted US$10.4b accumulated loss

GRAB chief executive Anthony Tan will control 60.4 per cent of the company's voting power after its merger with Altimeter Growth Corp, a US-based SPAC (special purpose acquisition company), its...

Grab's US$39.6b SPAC deal comes with bells and whistles

GRAB is set to go public at a US$39.6 billion valuation via an upcoming merger with Altimeter Growth, a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC). This is set to be the largest-ever SPAC merger...

Grab to go public in the US at US$39.6b valuation

GRAB on Tuesday said it will list in the US via a merger with Altimeter Growth, a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC), that is expected to value the group at about US$39.6 billion.

All eyes on Grab's financials ahead of US$34b SPAC deal

THE market is abuzz as Grab is expected to unveil a US$34 billion SPAC (special-purpose acquisition company) merger this week, paving the way for a public listing.

SGX launches consultation on SPACs, with proposals to minimise dilution and better align interest

SINGAPORE Exchange (SGX) has launched a consultation on Special Purpose Acquisition Companies (SPACs), with proposals to address some of the risks posed by the listing structure.

Family offices may drive SPAC growth in Singapore

THE rising number of family offices in Singapore may well drive issuances of special-purpose acquisition companies (SPACs) in Singapore.