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Yanlord has no intention to 'intervene' to address 'persistent' discount off book value

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The Edge Singapore4/22/2022 02:32 PM GMT+08  • 2 min read
Yanlord has no intention to 'intervene' to address 'persistent' discount off book value
Yanlord's chairman and CEO Zhong Sheng Jian last bought shares in August last year / Albert Chua
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Yanlord Land Group, citing factors driven by the “marketplaces”, has no intention to “intervene” to address the gap between its share price and net asset value.

The China-based, Singapore-listed developer was responding to questions from shareholders ahead of its AGM on April 28, including one which asked if the company is planning any “restructuring initiative” to narrow the “persistent” discount off its NAV.

As at Dec 31 2021, the company’s NAV was RMB17.75 per share, or $3.38. Yanlord shares closed at $1.21 on April 21, up 8.04% year to date.

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