Prudential

Prudential prices 130.8 million offer shares at HK$143.8 per share  - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Banking & finance

Prudential prices 130.8 million offer shares at HK$143.8 per share

Prudential is to price its offer shares at HK$143.8 per share, to start trading on Oct 4.
Prudential plans US$2.89 billion share offering in Hong Kong  - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

FINANCE

Prudential plans US$2.89 billion share offering in Hong Kong

Prudential plans a share offering of up to US$2.89 billion in Hong Kong

Banking & finance

Each insurer offers investors something different

In terms of valuation, UOI offers the highest margins, Prudential is the most undervalued, and AIA shows the strongest growth

Investing strategy

Eastspring's latest Fixed Maturity Product raises US$417 mil

SINGAPORE (July 8): Eastspring Investments has raised US$417 million ($567 million) for its new fixed maturity product (FMP) which comes with an early termination feature.

UOB and Prudential renew, expand regional strategic bancassurance alliance

SINGAPORE (Jan 10): United Overseas Bank (UOB) and Prudential have signed an agreement to renew their strategic regional bancassurance arrangement, extending the alliance by 15 years up to 2034.

Things to do

SINGAPORE (Nov 26): Get into the holiday spirit with a flurry of festive and highly anticipated events in December.

Singapore Fintech Festival 2017

StarHub & Prudential to launch SME-focused digital trade platform in 2018

SINGAPORE (Nov 15): StarHub and Prudential have established a partnership to jointly launch a blockchain-based digital trade platform for small medium enterprises (SMEs), Fasttrack Trade (FTT), in 1Q18.

Fintech

Prudential to collaborate with fintech startups via PRU Fintegrate Partnership

SINGAPORE (Oct 19): Prudential Singapore today announced the launch of the PRU Fintegrate Partnership (PRU Fintegrate) which seeks to collaborate with fintech startups in Singapore and globally, and to co-develop digital solutions for customers.

Great Eastern may sell Malaysian operations for close to US$1 bil

SINGAPORE (Sept 19): Singapore’s Great Eastern Holdings is said to have engaged at least one Malaysian bank to explore selling its stake in its Malaysian operations for as much as US$1 billion ($1.35 billion).
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