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WHEELOCK PROPERTIES (S) LTD (SGX:M35)



WHEELOCK PROPERTIES (S) LTD (M35.SI) has been delisted with effect from 2018-10-18.

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Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SG1N72002107
GICS® Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Real Estate / Real Estate / Real Estate Management and Development


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Aspire
Lim Si Jie
2018-12-17 12:22:23
Investment Strategies For 2019: Dividend From Cash Machines; M&A Plays
We highlight two investment themes that UOBKH recommends for investing: Dividend From Cash Machines and M&A Plays. Investors Takeaway: 2 Cash Rich Stocks For Dividend Seekers With the rising interest rate environment, UOBKH recommends investors to focus on high dividend yield stocks that are less correlated with higher rates. For this investment theme, UOBKH favours CSE Global and Valuetronics. There are also large caps that UOBKH prefers, like SingTel, DBS, SATS and ST Engineering. According to UOBKH’s estimates, these stocks offer sustainable dividend yields of at least four percent. They are also forecasted to grow their dividends in the next 1-2 years. CSE Global CSE Global has benefitted from higher oil prices in 2018. Going forward, there are potential synergies from its new
Aspire
Tay Hock Meng
2018-11-02 11:46:42
What Can Investors Expect From A Potential Privatisation Of Hotel Properties
By Tay Hock Meng Examining The Privatisation Potential Of HPL Following the conclusion of the privatisation of Wheelock Properties Singapore (WPS) on 2 October 2018 at $2.10 per share, and the subsequent delisting of the entity on 18 October, all eyes are on Hotel Properties (HPL) where WPS owns a 40 percent equity stake in 68 Holdings, which in turn owns a 56 percent interest in HPL. Readers might recall in April 2014, local property magnate Ong Beng Seng, through his investment vehicle, 68 Holdings and WPS launched a $3.50 cash offer for HPL and the total investment value of the deal was worth $748.93 million. Investment Objective For Acquiring HPL In 2014 One of the main investment objectives to acquire HPL in 2014 was the potential for both WPS and HPL to redevelop the neglected asse
Governance For Stakeholders
Mak Yuen Teen
2018-10-16 07:00:51
Independent directors: More than minimum compliance is needed
First published by The Business Times on October 16, 2018 By Mak Yuen Teen and Chew Yi Hong We refer to our article headlined “The things independent directors do for shareholders” (BT, Sept 19, 2018) and would like to reply to the two companies that have responded it. Gaylin Holdings responded on Sept 26 through an SGX announcement to questions we had raised about the relationships between the three independent directors (IDs) and the private equity fund, ShawKwei & Partners, which is Gaylin’s controlling shareholder. The company cited the absence of shareholding and family relationships and significant recent payments to the IDs that could affect their independence. Gaylin also said that it had obtained advice from a law firm regarding their independence. Such legal
Ernest Lim's Investing Blog
el15
2018-10-14 13:56:09
STI has dropped almost 17% since 2 May! Is a bear market coming? (14 Oct 18)
Dear all, U.S. equity markets have logged their worst weekly performance in the past six months. For our local market, STI has dropped 16.7% from an intra-day high of 3,642 on 2 May 2018 to an intra-day low of 3,035 on 11 Oct 2018. It closed at 3,069 on 12 Oct 2018. Is a bear market coming? There are mixed views. Bears are saying that we have not reached the bottom yet. Some perma-bears are even saying this may be the start of the bear market. Bulls are saying that this represents a window of opportunity to accumulate stocks on weakness and that the bull market is not over yet. My personal view is that this is unlikely to be the start of the bear market. Since last month, I have already informed clients to trim their portfolios. In fact, on 26 Sep, I have sent out another email to reiterat
Ernest Lim's Investing Blog
el15
2018-10-14 13:56:09
STI has dropped almost 17% since 2 May! Is a bear market coming? (14 Oct 18)
Dear all, U.S. equity markets have logged their worst weekly performance in the past six months. For our local market, STI has dropped 16.7% from an intra-day high of 3,642 on 2 May 2018 to an intra-day low of 3,035 on 11 Oct 2018. It closed at 3,069 on 12 Oct 2018. Is a bear market coming? There are mixed views. Bears are saying that we have not reached the bottom yet. Some perma-bears are even saying this may be the start of the bear market. Bulls are saying that this represents a window of opportunity to accumulate stocks on weakness and that the bull market is not over yet. My personal view is that this is unlikely to be the start of the bear market. Since last month, I have already informed clients to trim their portfolios. In fact, on 26 Sep, I have sent out another email to reiterat
The Motley Fool Singapore
Sudhan P.
2018-10-06 13:59:31
The Straits Times Index Falls 1.5% for the Week
The Singapore stock market, as represented by the Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI) tumbled by 47.3 points, or 1.5%, to end Friday at 3,209.8. Most of the index components finished in the red, including all three banks. Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp Limited (SGX: O39), or OCBC for short, was the bank that fell the most at 2.2% to S$11.19. On Monday, OCBC announced that a planned sale of Hong Kong Life Insurance to First Origin International Limited had been called off as the buyer failed to meet certain conditions before a September 30 deadline. Hong Kong Life Insurance is 33.33%-owned by OCBC Wing Hang Bank Limited, a subsidiary of OCBC. Another loser for the week was industrial real estate investment trust (REIT), Ascendas Real Estate Investment Trust (SGX: A17U). Its units declined by 3.4
Governance For Stakeholders
Mak Yuen Teen
2018-09-19 06:53:20
The things independent directors do for shareholders
First published in The Business Times on September 19, 2018 By Chew Yi Hong and Mak Yuen Teen  Independent directors serve as an important check and balance in companies. While they owe fiduciary duties to the company like other directors, they play a special role in safeguarding the interests of minority shareholders. Following the latest review of the Code of Corporate Governance in Singapore, such directors will not be considered independent after nine years, unless approved by a two-tier vote by shareholders from January 2022. Tests for independence based on family and employment relationships will be in the listing rules from January next year. Other relationships have been moved to practice guidance that is not subject to the “comply or explain” requirement, but appropri





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