CATALIST-LISTED pawnbroker Maxi-Cash Financial Service on Friday said it made a net profit of S$14.8 million in 2019, up 43 per cent from a net profit of S$10.4 million in 2018.

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PAWNBROKING has been around for more than a thousand years. In the early days, the practice of pawnbroking was not just the preserve of businessmen looking to make a quick buck. It was also...

ASPIAL Corporation's mega Australia 108 project is expected to realise A$400 million (S$370 million) over the next 12 months as units are completed and handed over to buyers.

ASPIAL Corporation’s mega Australia 108 project is expected to realise A$400 million (S$370 million) over the next 12 months as units are completed and handed over to buyers.

MAXI-CASH Financial Services Corporation is looking to buy four investment properties for a total cash consideration of S$23.7 million.

MAXI-CASH Financial Services Corporation on Tuesday night said it is looking to buy four investment properties that house its businesses, for a total cash consideration of S$23.7 million.

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WITH a further S$1 billion worth of new issues expected to hit the market before bankers start their Christmas festivities, the Singapore dollar bond market is in a nice canter for the final...

MAXI-CASH Financial Services on Thursday announced a net profit of S$2.8 million in the second quarter, down 20 per cent from the same period a year earlier.

MAXI-CASH Financial Services expects to issue new S$50 million 6.35 per cent three-year notes on July 22 at par, the Catalist-listed pawnbroker said in a filing on Tuesday night.

MAXI-CASH Financial Services expects to issue new S$50 million 6.35 per cent three-year notes on July 22 at par, the Catalist-listed pawnbroker said in a bourse filing on Tuesday night.