Singapore-listed umbilical cord blood and tissue banking service provider Cordlife Group Limited announces its acquisition of an additional 11.89% stake in Malaysia-based StemLife for a total of SGD7 million.
Vincent Tan, owner of Malaysia's Berjaya Group, is looking to list Cardiff City Football Club on Singapore's Catalist. Tan controls a 51% stake in Cardiff City, which has been recently promoted to the English Premier League.
Singapore's Temasek Holdings is not like any other sovereign wealth fund. This was according to a Chairman Lim Boon Heng in a conference held in Singapore.
Negotiations between GAIL India and UK-based Ophir Energy about a possible sale of the latter's stake in Tanzania gas assets are still ongoing. Ophir's earlier share sale deal with Pavilion Energy has been initially seen as a setback in the talks.
Servelec's initial public offering is said to be the largest technology listing in the UK in three years. The software and services company is expected to float 68.3 million shares worth GBP122 million on the London Stock Exchange.
Just months after pulling out of a planned multi-billion dollar sale of his grocery chain, Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka-shing has started the process for Waston's initial public offering. The global retail business is set to float next year.
Fullerton, an investment fund run by Singaporean sovereign wealth fund Temasek Holdings, has acquired 5 million shares in Bollywood film distributor Eros International at USD11 apiece.
According to Speedtest.net, 30 countries including Moldova and Uruguay have faster Internet than the United States. Google Inc. has began building its fiber network in Kansas. A nationwide Google Fiber rollout, however, may cost USD1 billion.
Billionaire and Friendster Inc. owner Vincent Tan is reportedly looking to list his online payments company MOL Global Pte., and has been eyeing a dual listing in the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange and either in Hong Kong or Singapore.
Singapore-based mobile social network for voice Bubbly is in talks with interested partners, including one gaming company, over a possible acquisition, according to the firm's chief executive officer.
Singapore's DBS Group Holdings, Credit Suisse, and ABN AMRO are among the shortlisted suitors that have placed their final round bids for Societe Generale's Asian private bank.
The Indian Angel Network, the country's oldest and largest angel investor network, is hunting for investment opportunities in the UK and Singapore. IAN expects to announce its first UK deal during the first half of 2014, while it will begin its Singapore operations in the latter half of next year.
Singapore-listed AIMS AMP Capital Industrial REIT entered the Australian market by buying a 49% stake in Optus Center at Sydney's Macquari Park for over USD184 million.
Colorado-based building and battery startups Prescient, Boulder Ionics, and RoundPegg announced that they received funding from investors this week, which will be used for expansion and development.
With a high demand of patent agents and lawyers from mainland China, Hong Kong's quest to become the regional trading hub for intellectual property (IP), may soon be a reality as China remained the world's number one patent granter last year with 1.26 million approved applications.