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United Hampshire US REIT's director Goss raises stake; OUE steps up share buybacks

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The Edge Singapore6/29/2022 09:24 PM GMT+08  • 3 min read
United Hampshire US REIT's director Goss raises stake; OUE steps up share buybacks
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David Tuvia Goss, non-independent and non-executive director of United Hampshire US REIT (UHREIT), has increased his stake in the REIT.

On June 28, Goss acquired 250,000 units on the open market at 60.85 US cents (84.53 cents) each. This follows the acquisition of 250,000 units each on June 20 and June 22 at 61 US cents and 60.86 US cents each respectively. Goss now holds 750,000 units, equivalent to 0.134% of the REIT.

Since 1998, Goss has been the managing director of UOB Global Capital, joint owner of UHREIT’s manager with Hampshire US Holdco, which, in turn, is a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Hampshire Companies. UOB Global Capital is the originator and distributor of private equity, hedge funds, fixed income and real estate products. It is a subsidiary of United Overseas Bank.

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