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Ministry of Law refines shareholding interest criteria for listed housing developers

Felicia Tan
Felicia Tan6/29/2021 8:49 PM GMT+08  • 1 min read
Ministry of Law refines shareholding interest criteria for listed housing developers
The refinements take into account feedback it received since the introduction of the exemption framework on Feb 6, 2020.
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The Ministry of Law has made two refinements to the criteria for the exemption from the Qualifying Certificate (QC) regime for publicly listed housing developers with a “substantial connection to Singapore”.

From June 29, shares that are held through white-listed nominee companies will now be counted towards fulfilling the shareholding interest criterion.

Singaporean shareholders from the same family which collectively form the largest shareholder and hold at least 30% interest in the total voting rights and issued shares, may also be considered, subject to certain criteria.

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