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Keppel Capital and Korea's National Pension Service to explore investment opportunities for private infrastructure in Asia - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Keppel Capital and Korea's National Pension Service to explore investment opportunities for private infrastructure in Asia

Keppel Capital Holdings, the asset management arm of Keppel Corporation, announced its strategic cooperation with the National Pension Service (NPS) of Korea on September 21.

M&A

Keppel asset management unit acquires 3 commercial buildings in Seoul for $510 mil

SINGAPORE (April 29): Keppel Capital Holdings, the asset management arm of Keppel Corporation Limited, says its Alpha Asia Macro Trends Fund III (AAMTF III) is acquiring 100% stakes in three Grade

M&A

Datapulse announces diversification plans with intended acquisition of hotel in Seoul

SINGAPORE (Oct 4): Datapulse Technology is seeking to acquire a hotel located near the Myeongdong district in Seoul, Korea, as part of its plans to expand the company’s core business from optical d

Kim Jong Un makes history with short walk over Korean border

TOKYO/SEOUL (Apr 27): Kim Jong Un on Friday became the first North Korean leader to enter South Korea since the peninsula was divided almost seven decades ago as talks begin over dismantling his nu

Global Markets

Asia's growth to moderate in 3Q, says DBS

SINGAPORE (June 12): Growth in the global economy should moderate in 3Q but is not expected to end any time soon, says DBS.

Koh Brothers goes 'Gangnam style' with acquisition of $119 mil property

SINGAPORE (May 19): SGX Mainboard-listed Koh Brothers Group on Friday says it has made its maiden entry into the Korean real estate market with the joint-acquisition of a freehold site in Seoul’s f

Global Markets

Risky and complex US loan wagers are red hot in low-yield Asia

NEW YORK (May 19): Asia’s yield-hungry investors have a lot riding on the financial engineers of Wall Street.

Global Economy

The strange case of Korea and Taiwan's diverging export fortunes

SYDNEY (March 28): South Korean workers' wages are rising faster than those of regional rivals, and the power of the nation's sprawling conglomerates, or chaebols, remains unchecked, highlighting a

Broker's Calls

Hold your bets on Genting

SINGAPORE (Jan 13): Genting Singapore may be preparing for a potential casino bid in Japan by selling its stake in Resorts World Jeju for US$411 million ($587 million) and recognising a gain of $93

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