MORE Singapore-incorporated listed firms are receiving tainted audit opinions, a trend which the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (Acra) described as "unhealthy".
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THE Securities Investors Association Singapore (Sias) is seeking answers from Sembcorp Industries (SCI) and Sembcorp Marine (SCM) on why they are undertaking a S$2.1 billion recapitalisation and...
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OCBC Bank may be facing the prospects of a digital banking licence in Malaysia, if a deal made by its insurance arm Great Eastern in late June is anything to go by.
MERGERS and acquisitions (M&A) in Singapore slumped during the first six months of this year, in line with regional and global trends, according to data from M&A intelligence service...
PROPERTY developer GuocoLand's group chief financial officer has resigned after two years on the job, the mainboard-listed company said in an exchange filing on Tuesday.
SHARES of Catalist-listed Hyphens Pharma International made gains amid active trading on Tuesday, following an announcement that its patent for Ceradan Advanced has been granted in the UK.
SHARES of rubber-product makers have been on a tear this year, with the Covid-19 pandemic drawing immediate attention to the expected demand for this type of medical equipment.
SPORTING a long 30-year tenor rarely seen in non-government issuances, NTUC Income Insurance Co-operative's latest offering has proven popular. Final orders exceeded S$2.4 billion for the S$800...
KOON Holdings on Tuesday said it has decided to wind up its precast division, so as not to jeopardise the group's ongoing restructuring.
REGIONAL markets were broadly softer on Tuesday, following an overnight dip in US technology heavyweights that weighed on the S&P500 index.
THE US dollar gave up early gains on Tuesday, with currency traders unfazed by diplomatic tensions between the United States and China and rising Covid-19 cases. While stock markets initially fell...