privatisation and delisting

Neo Group privatisation offer turns unconditional receiving over 90% of valid acceptances - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Buyout

Neo Group privatisation offer turns unconditional receiving over 90% of valid acceptances

The offer to take Neo Group private by its founder and chairman Neo Kah Kiat and his wife Liew Oi Peng has become unconditional in all aspects after the pair gained over 90% of the voting rights at

Soilbuild REIT executive chairman and co-founder offers 55 cents per unit to privatise REIT - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

REITs

Soilbuild REIT executive chairman and co-founder offers 55 cents per unit to privatise REIT

The manager of Soilbuild REIT announced on Dec 14 that it intends to privatise and subsequently delist Soilbuild REIT.

Markets

Singapore braces for delistings to continue even after rule fix

(July 25): Singapore’s stock market has seen on average two companies a month on track to relinquish their listing status this year. This trend may not be reversing anytime soon.

Commentary

More #QuestionsForChallenger after its AGM

(May 4): Minority shareholders of Challenger Technologies demonstrated what they are most irritated about when they voted at the company’s annual general meeting on April 29.

GLP delists from SGX

SINGAPORE (Jan 22): GLP, the provider of modern logistics facilities and technology-led solutions, today delisted from the Singapore Exchange (SGX) as it completes its privatisation process.

TEE International CEO Phua fails to push through privatisation scheme

SINGAPORE (Aug 22): The proposed privatisation and delisting of TEE International by its group CEO has fallen through when put to the vote at a postponed meeting with shareholders on Monday.

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