Oxley Holdings Limited

Oxley reports 117% surge in 1H21 earnings of $34.1 mil on higher revenue, lower finance costs - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Results

Oxley reports 117% surge in 1H21 earnings of $34.1 mil on higher revenue, lower finance costs

Oxley Holdings, on Feb 14, reported earnings of $34.1 million for the 1HFY2021 ended December, 117% higher than earnings of $15.7 million a year ago.

Oxley enters into strategic partnership with Pavilion Group for development of Oxley Towers at Kuala Lumpur City Centre - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Property

Oxley enters into strategic partnership with Pavilion Group for development of Oxley Towers at Kuala Lumpur City Centre

Oxley Holdings’ wholly-owned Malaysia arm, Oxley Rising, has, on Jan 19, entered into a strategic partnership with Pavilion Project Management in the development of Oxley Towers at Kuala Lumpur Cit

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Oxley purchases US$38.8 mil in 6.375% notes due 2021 and $1.3 mil 6.5% notes due 2023 from wholly-owned subsidiary

Oxley Holdings has purchased US$38.8 million ($51.4 million) notes with a coupon of 6.375% due 2021, and $1.25 million notes with a coupon of 6.5% due 2023 issued by its wholly-owned subsidiary, Ox

RHB says Oxley investment represents 'vote of confidence', maintains 'buy' - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Broker's Calls

RHB says Oxley investment represents 'vote of confidence', maintains 'buy'

RHB Group Research analyst Jarick Seet has maintained “buy” on Oxley Holdings, with the same target price of 27 cents on the counter.

Oxley Holdings receives $106.4 mil investment by funds managed by Dignari Capital Partners - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Funds

Oxley Holdings receives $106.4 mil investment by funds managed by Dignari Capital Partners

Oxley Holdings announced on Jan 7 that it has received an investment of some US$80 million ($106.4 million) by funds managed by Dignari Capital Partners, an investment management firm based in Hong

Oxley grants IHC convertible loan facility of up to $50 mil

SINGAPORE (Feb 10): Property developer Oxley Holdings, together with CEO Ching Chiat Kwong and deputy CEO Low Chee Sing, have entered into an agreement to grant a convertible loan facility to medic

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