Lian Beng JV buys Sembawang Shopping Centre from CapitaLand Mall Trust

LIAN Beng-Apricot Sembawang (LBAS) is buying Sembawang Shopping Centre from CapitaLand Mall Trust (CMT) for S$248 million, a price tag that is almost the double the suburban mall's latest valuation. ...

UOB names Wee Ee Lim as non-independent, non-executive director

MAINBOARD-listed United Overseas Bank (UOB) has appointed Wee Ee Lim, 56, as a non-independent, non-executive director, effective July 1.

UOB names Wee Cho Yaw's son Ee Lim as non-independent, non-executive director

MAINBOARD-listed United Overseas Bank (UOB) has appointed Wee Ee Lim, 56, as a non-independent, non-executive director effective July 1.

Singapore stocks open higher on Thursday; STI up 0.5%

SINGAPORE stocks opened higher on Thursday, with the Straits Times Index gaining 17.25 points, or 0.5 per cent to 3,575.07 as at 9.16am.

Stocks to watch: Noble, Lian Beng, CapitaLand Mall Trust, ComfortDelGro

THE following companies saw new developments that may affect trading of their shares on Thursday:

Lian Beng JV buys Sembawang Shopping Centre for S$248m from CapitaLand Mall Trust

LIAN Beng-Apricot Sembawang (LBAS) is buying Sembawang Shopping Centre for S$248 million from CapitaLand Mall Trust for S$248 million, a price tag almost the double the suburban mall's latest valuation. ...

shopper360's Samuel Chan resigns amid probe into alleged misconduct

SHOPPER360's executive officer Samuel Chan has voluntarily resigned from his post amid an internal investigation of alleged misconduct, the company said in a filing with the Singapore bourse on Tuesday night...

DC Frontiers partners Chongqing peer to launch cross-border business info portal

EXECUTIVES in Singapore and China may now have an easier time identifying new cross-border business counterparts and building trust in each other.

Singapore tech firm DC Frontiers partners Chongqing peer to launch business information portal

EXECUTIVES in Singapore and China may now have an easier time identifying new cross-border business counterparts and building trust in each other.

shopper360's Samuel Chan quits amid alleged misconduct probe

SHOPPER360's executive officer Samuel Chan has voluntarily resigned from his post amid an internal investigation of alleged misconduct, the company said in a filing with the Singapore Exchange on Tuesday night after market close. ...

Brunei prince and Ron Sim buy into Singapore-listed UnUsUaL in S$25.8m deal

BRUNEI'S Prince Abdul Qawi and Singapore's Ron Sim have teamed up to buy a substantial stake in SGX-listed UnUsUaL for S$25.8 million. ...

Brunei prince and Ron Sim buy into Singapore-listed UnUsUaL in S$25.8m deal

BRUNEI'S Prince Abdul Qawi and Singapore's Ron Sim have teamed up to buy a substantial stake in SGX-listed UnUsUaL for S$25.8 million. ...

Olam launches supply chain improvement tool AtSource

MANUFACTURERS will now be able to trace the journey of their agricultural raw materials and food ingredients from farm to table - thanks to Olam International's new sustainable sourcing solution, AtSource. ...

Japan Foods extends long stop date for JV to bring ramen restaurant to Indonesia

CATALIST-listed Japan Foods Holding on Monday said the long stop date for its joint venture (JV) with PT Arena Gourmet to develop its Japanese ramen restaurant under the Menya Musashi brand in Indonesia has been extended to May 14 this year, from April 16.

Singapore shares open higher on Tuesday; STI up 0.3%

SINGAPORE stocks opened higher on Tuesday, with the Straits Times Index moving up 9.47 points, or 0.3 per cent to 3,506.66 as at 9.02am.

Stocks to watch: mm2 Asia, UnUsUaL, Keppel DC Reit, M1, Raffles Education

THE following companies saw new developments that may affect trading of their shares on Tuesday:

mm2 Asia unit sells 5.4% stake in UnUsUaL to Brunei prince, Ron Sim fund for S$25.8m

A 51 PER CENT subsidiary of entertainment company mm2 Asia has sold a 5.39 per cent stake in listed UnUsUaL for S$25.8 million, or S$0.465 per share, to Brunei's Prince Abdul Qawi and a fund started by OSIM founder Ron Sim...

Stay inclusive amid tech changes, MAS tells banks

BANKS and fintech businesses must make sure that underserved communities are not left behind as the finance industry changes with technology, Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) deputy managing director of financial supervision Ong Chong Tee said.

Singapore fintech startup Silot raises nearly US$3m in pre-Series A funding

SINGAPORE-headquartered fintech company Silot has raised some US$2.87 million from investors Arbor Ventures and Eight Roads Ventures with the completion of its pre-Series A funding.

Banks, fintechs must focus on financial inclusion amid tech changes: MAS

BANKS and fintech businesses must make sure that underserved communities are not left behind as the finance industry changes with technology, Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) deputy managing director of financial supervision Ong Chong Tee said.

Singapore stocks: STI resumes afternoon trading at 3,488.95, down 0.4% on the day

SINGAPORE stocks entered the afternoon trading session lower on Monday, with the Straits Times Index shedding 12.35 points, or 0.4 per cent to 3,488.95 as at 1pm.

Singapore fintech startup Silot raises almost US$3m in pre-Series A funding

SINGAPORE-headquartered fintech company Silot has raised some US$2.87 million from investors Arbor Ventures and Eight Roads Ventures with the completion of its pre-series A funding.

Civmec wins contract to supply and process steel for 12 offshore patrol vessels

CIVMEC on Monday said the group has been awarded a contract from Luerssen Australia for an offshore patrol vessels project, which includes the supply and processing of steel for twelve vessels.

Stocks to watch: UOB, Yanlord Land, Datapulse

THE following companies saw new developments that may affect trading of their shares on Monday:

ISR Capital may need up to US$15m more to carry out work in mining project

ISR Capital on Sunday said that a mining business in which it is trying to acquire a 60 per cent stake may require a further US$10 million to US$15 million of cash to carry out a new phase of work.