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THE Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) and the Commercial Affairs Department (CAD) of the Singapore Police Force have launched a joint investigation into current and former directors as well as officers responsible for managing Eagle Hospitality Trust (EHT).
PROPERTY giant CapitaLand has proposed a scrip dividend scheme which will allow shareholders to receive their cash dividends in the form of new shares.
PROPERTY developer Oxley Holdings on Friday said its wholly-owned subsidiary, Oxley Bright, has disposed of its entire 18.77 per cent stake in Galliard Group for some £30 million (S$52.9 million).
AS TECH companies and startups continue to make public their plans for remote work, market watchers remain optimistic that the technology sector will not downsize offices.
FURTHER reliefs for landlords and tenants are likely to "invigorate the current positive sentiment" for Singapore real estate investment trusts (S-Reits), while hospitality Reits are expected to take the lead in the sector, with the implementation of the Singapore-China fast-lane arrangement, according to Jefferies Singapore.
THE special committee taking charge of the restructuring and the strategic review of Eagle Hospitality Trust's (EHT) business has had to abandon expressions of interest from "credible and reputable asset management companies and/or institutional investors" because of a letter of intent that EHT's sponsor Urban Commons (UC) had signed with Hong Kong-listed property conglomerate Far East Consortium International (FECIL) providing for a 90-day exclusivity period that expires on July 14, 2020.
THE special committee taking charge of the restructuring and the strategic review of Eagle Hospitality Trust’s (EHT) business has had to abandon expressions of interest from “credible and reputable asset management companies and/or institutional investors”, because of a letter of intent providing a 90-day exclusivity period that the real estate investment trust's (Reit) sponsor, Urban Commons, had signed with Hong Kong-listed property conglomerate Far East Consortium International (FECIL).