Li Ka-shing's latest move to quickly close a HK$44 billion private deal with Singapore's Temasek for 25 per cent of AS Watson may be convenient for him, but the future could reveal that the sovereign wealth fund overpaid for Asia's richest man's own perceived brand and prowess.Wednesday, 2 April, 2014, 1:01am 2 comments
Still licking its wounds from the loss of Alibaba's planned US$15 billion initial public offering, the Hong Kong stock exchange may find some consolation in the imminent listing of Shuanghui International, likely to be the city's biggest this year.3 Apr 2014 - 6:57am
Singapore state investor Temasek and China-focused private equity firm Hopu were among five investors buying a US$213 million stake in Yashili International after parent China Mengniu Dairy sold down shares to meet Hong Kong listing requirements.11 Nov 2013 - 11:19am
Singapore state investor Temasek Holdings said it does not expect last month’s liquidity crunch in Chinese banks to have an impact on its banking investments in the world’s second-largest economy.4 Jul 2013 - 10:59pm
Singapore sovereign wealth fund Temasek has again taken up shares in the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) that Goldman Sachs wanted to unload.
Temasek's stake in the bank rose to 7.04 per cent from 6.71 per cent after it paid HK$1.54 billion for 280 million ICBC shares. Hong Kong stock exchange data showed that Temasek paid an average of HK$5.50 per share.22 May 2013 - 4:04am
The mainland's property market is expected to bounce back next year, propelled by the new leadership's push to make urbanisation its top priority.
That is the view of top China dealmaker Frank Tang, chief executive of FountainVest Partners, a China-dedicated private equity firm partly financed by Singapore's wealth fund Temasek.28 Dec 2012 - 9:23am
Singapore commodities trader Olam International Ltd defended its accounting practices after attacks by short-seller Muddy Waters which media reports said questioned the way it keeps its books, sending its U.S.-listed shares tumbling.20 Nov 2012 - 3:27pm
Standard Chartered Bank shares fell the most in seven weeks yesterday after news that its largest shareholder, Singaporean wealth fund Temasek, is looking to divest its holding.26 Sep 2012 - 2:41am
Singapore state investor Temasek Holdings has sold its stake of roughly 1.4 per cent in Asia Pacific Breweries to Heineken, sources said on Tuesday, potentially stopping the Dutch brewer’s Thai rival from blocking the takeover.22 Aug 2012 - 9:35am
Shares in China Construction Bank (CCB) and Bank of China became two of the most shorted stocks on the Hong Kong stock exchange yesterday, a day after Singaporean sovereign wealth fund Temasek sold down its stake in the two banks.
Analysts said more divestment could continue, as Temasek still owns 3.38 per cent of Bank of China's H-shares and 8.76 per cent of CCB's H-shares.4 May 2012 - 12:00am