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A Temasek Holdings unit has acquired a majority stake in Malaysia-based Aurum Healthcare Sdn Bhd, which will be subsumed into Singapore-based contract manufacturer Advanced Materials Technologies (AMT) after the completion of the deal.

M&A deal volumes rise but values drop in H1 2016: Duff & Phelps

Merger and acquisition (M&A) deal volumes rose in Singapore in the first half of the year, but their values have declined by about 35 per cent compared to the same period a year ago, said global valuation and corporate finance adviser Duff & Phelps.


Temasek unit buys majority stake in Malaysia's Aurum Healthcare

A Temasek Holdings unit has acquired a majority stake in Malaysia-based Aurum Healthcare Sdn Bhd, which will be subsumed into Singapore-based contract manufacturer Advanced Materials Technologies (AMT) after the completion of the deal.

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Standard Chartered Private Equity takes a 'significant' stake in Phoon Huat

Standard Chartered Private Equity (SCPE) has invested in another Singapore food and beverage player, a year after it ploughed US$52 million into Crystal Jade Group Holdings.


Two-factor log-in for e-government services kicks in

In addition to the SingPass username and password, users will need to enter a one-time password sent via SMS or generated through a OneKey token in order to open and operate the e-government service.


In race to be Asia's fintech hub, Singapore leads Hong Kong

Singapore is rushing to reinvent itself as Asia's financial technology, or fintech, hub to fend off a regulatory threat to its wealth management industry and revive a sluggish economy.


DBS Singapore head re-appointed SLA chairman

Lim Sim Seng, Singapore country head of DBS Bank, has been re-appointed as chairman of Singapore Land Authority (SLA) for a term of two years starting Aug 1, 2016.


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Singapore shares close higher with STI up 24 points

The key Straits Times Index (STI) rose 24.19 points or 0.85 per cent to 2,870.56 on Monday, buoyed by expectations of easing measures by central banks to support the global economy in the wake of the outcome of the Brexit vote.

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