Grab Holdings Inc

Disruption and Digitalisation

Why Grab will win the Battle for Asean

Grab aspires to be the Asean super app. It dominates ride-hailing, digital payments and food delivery in Asean.

IPO

Grab considering secondary Singapore listing after US SPAC merger: sources

It wasn't clear how much Grab might aim to raise in any secondary listing, sources said.
Grab CEO Anthony Tan to have 60.4% voting power following merger - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

IPO

Grab CEO Anthony Tan to have 60.4% voting power following merger

The stake is revealed as Tan holds some 122.9 million Class B ordinary shares, representing a 2.2% stake in the company.
Grab to list on NASDAQ with Altimeter Growth Corp, to receive US$4.5 bil in cash proceeds - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

IPO

Grab to list on NASDAQ with Altimeter Growth Corp, to receive US$4.5 bil in cash proceeds

The combined company will be traded on NASDAQ under the symbol GRAB.
Grab to list in New York in largest SPAC merger; listing to value Grab at US$35 bil - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

IPO

Grab to list in New York in largest SPAC merger; listing to value Grab at US$35 bil

Grab founder Anthony Tan will own about 2% of the listed entity.

M&A

Grab in advanced talks to merge with Altimeter's first SPAC

The deal could value the Southeast Asian ride-hailing giant at about US$40 billion ($53.6 billion).

IPO

Grab to consider US IPO in 2021, may raise US$2 bil

The IPO plans would come after merger discussions with Indonesian rival Gojek were dropped.
An uphill test - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Positioning for the recovery

An uphill test

Incumbents are ready to give Singapore’s new digital-only banks a tough fight, but the real prize lies in Asean
Grab, Gojek close in on terms for merger - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Company in the news

Grab, Gojek close in on terms for merger

SoftBank has been pushing for a deal since its founder and CEO Masayoshi Son visited Indonesia in January.

Disruption and Digitalisation

Alibaba said to invest US$3 bil in Grab

The deal may represent one of Alibaba’s biggest bets on Southeast Asia since its first investment in Lazada in 2016.
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