For years, Singapore-based Grab Holdings, the provider of everyday services ranging from digital payments and food delivery to ride-hailing and even insurance, has been mulling an initial public offering (IPO). But due to strict listing regulations, Grab could not tick all the right regulatory boxes to list on several stock exchanges.

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