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Tuesday, 17 October 2017

S Anuradha' s stories

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  • Garena

    Sea sets off for US at low tide

    Top News | 13 October 2017

    Sea, a Singapore-based gaming and e-commerce company, is pitching its US IPO at a smaller than expected US$596m–$696m to overcome the lack of familiarity of US investors with South-East Asian issuers - and its own weak financials.

  • Anchor tranche glitch mars IEX IPO

    Anchor tranche glitch mars IEX IPO

    Equities | 13 October 2017

    In an embarrassing and unprecedented about-turn in the Indian IPO market, Indian Energy Exchange had to freeze out foreign investors from its Rs10bn (US$152m) float after custodians flagged a rule that precluded their participation.

  • A woman sews the national flag of India at a state-run workshop in Guwahati

    GIC Re courts wary investors

    Top News | 06 October 2017

    State-owned reinsurer General Insurance Corp of India is demanding a high valuation for its Rs113.7bn (US$1.74bn) IPO, despite fears that the weak performances of recent listings from the insurance sector might deter individual investors.

  • Sea tests US IPO market

    Sea tests US IPO market

    Top News | 29 September 2017

    Singapore-based gaming and e-commerce company Sea, formerly known as Garena, has started pre-marketing an eagerly awaited US listing that looks set to cement its status as South-East Asia’s most valuable internet business.

  • Vincom IPO aims for speed and size

    Vincom IPO aims for speed and size

    Equities | 29 September 2017

    Vietnamese mall operator Vincom Retail last week started pre-marketing an IPO that promises to be both the biggest and fastest in the country.

  • A man walks past a billboard of Indian insurer ICICI Lombard in Mumbai, India.

    Insurers too rich for retail

    Equities | 29 September 2017

    Indian insurers may have to settle for lower valuations if they want to attract individual investors who gave the ICICI Lombard and SBI Life Insurance floats a miss.

  • India throws debt lifeline to InvITs

    People & Markets | 22 September 2017

    The Securities and Exchange Board of India has thrown a lifeline to infrastructure investment trusts (InvITs) and real estate investment trusts struggling to raise equity by allowing them to issue debt.

  • India's insurance IPOs aim high

    Equities | 15 September 2017

    Two Indian insurers are touting IPOs at high valuations in a sign of confidence that investors will pay for a piece of the fast-growing sector.

  • Cromwell sweetens Singapore REIT

    Equities | 15 September 2017

    Australia’s Cromwell Property Group has opened books on Singapore’s first euro-denominated share offering, hoping a competitive yield will overcome investors’ concerns over the €1.09bn (US$1.31bn) listing.

  • InvITs focus on institutions

    Equities | 08 September 2017

    Two Indian infrastructure owners are planning to offer their trust listings to just institutions after two earlier deals failed to perform.

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