Artivision Technologies

Update

Artivision seeks extension of long stop date for reverse takeover of e-payment solutions firm

SINGAPORE (Jan 2): Artivision Technologies has signalled a delay in its plans to acquire a 100% stake in e-payment solutions provider Mobile Credit Payment (MC Payment), as the group is now in disc

M&A

Artivision Technologies moves ahead with RTO of e-payment solutions provider for higher consideration of up to $125 mil

SINGAPORE (May 3): Artivision Technologies has executed a conditional sale and purchase agreement to acquire a 100% stake in e-payment solutions provider Mobile Credit Payment for a total considera

Fintech

Artivision Technologies in reverse takeover of e-payment solutions provider for at least $80 mil

SINGAPORE (Oct 31): Artivision Technologies is transforming itself into an electronic payment solutions provider.

Artivision Technologies to sell Artimedia subsidiary to CTO for $5 mil

SINGAPORE (June 11): Artivision Technologies has entered into an agreement to sell Dr Ofer Miller, its Executive Director and CTO, its entire stake in subsidiary Artimedia for $5 million.

Results

Artivision FY17 loss doubles to $16 mil on higher expenses

SINGAPORE (May 26): Artivision Technologies' FY17 net loss doubled to $15.9 million, or 1.2 cents per share, from a year ago on higher expenses.

Oxley’s Ching resigns from Artivision’s board

SINGAPORE (Sept 30): Ching Chiat Kwong, executive chairman of developer Oxley Holdings, has resigned from the board of Artivision Technologies “to pursue other interests”.

Results

Artivision Tech’s 1Q loss widens to $3.5 mil despite higher revenue

SINGAPORE (July 31): Artivision Technologies’ 1Q17 net loss widened to $3.48 million from $1.8 million in 1Q16 despite higher revenue and gross profits.

Lifebrandz to acquire goldmine business after dumping health and wellness plans

SINGAPORE (July 12): Lifebrandz is making a foray into the goldmining industry.

Market Close

STI closes 0.24% higher at 2,773.31

SINGAPORE (May 26): Singapore stocks closed higher on Thursday, helped by the buying of energy shares as oil prices passed the US$50 a barrel mark.

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