Uni-Asia Group

Corporate moves

Economic uncertainty fails to faze Uni-Asia’s growth plans in Japan

Japanese yen and investments in Japan are still very attractive, says Uni-Asia's CFO Lim

Broker's Calls

SAC Capital keeps ‘buy’ on Uni-Asia, revises target price to $1.02

SAC Capital keeps 'buy' call on Uni-Asia Group with an unchanged target price of $1.02 in light of improved earnings in FY2024.


Uni-Asia Group earnings down 82% y-o-y to $5.0 mil in FY2023 after shipping market normalisation

Revenue was down 33% y-o-y to US$58.0 million in FY2023, with charter income falling 42% y-o-y to $37.8 million.

Broker's Calls

SAC Capital maintains 'buy' on Uni-Asia, citing possible recovery of charter rates

Analyst Nicole Lim notes the group’s commitment to sustainability, has target price of $1.14.

Broker's Calls

Citing big discount to book, SAC Capital maintains 'buy' on Uni-Asia

As at June 30, Uni-Asia's NAV was US$1.89, implying a price to book ratio of just 0.36x, versus a sector average of 0.92x
Uni-Asia finds its niche in property, shipping  - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

kopi-C: the Company brew

Uni-Asia finds its niche in property, shipping

Having multiple diverse assets allows the firm to weigh its options and take its time, says Uni-Asia CFO Lim Kai Ching.
All aboard the robust bulk carrier industry - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

SGX Research Series: 10 in 10

All aboard the robust bulk carrier industry

Uni-Asia is not a traditional listed company but rather an alternative investment solution.