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Singapore sees higher number of M&A deals in 2016 but deal values plummet - International Business Times, Singapore Edition

Singapore sees higher number of M&A deals in 2016 but deal values plummetInternational Business Times, Singapore EditionSingapore saw the highest number of merger and acquisition deals in 2016 in the region, outpacing Malaysia and Indonesia. However, while M&A deal volume expanded 16 percent compared with the previous year, the value of transactions declined by 18 ...and more »

Singapore tops region in dealmaking for 2016 - The New Paper;

Singapore tops region in dealmaking for 2016 - The New Paper

The New PaperSingapore tops region in dealmaking for 2016The New PaperBut last year's 685 deals were worth US$103.8 billion, corporate adviser Duff & Phelps said in its 2016 Transaction Trail report released yesterday. It credited the continued momentum here mainly to sizeable merger and acquisition (M&A) transactions by ...and more »

Tech behind record PE, VC deals in 2016 - THE BUSINESS TIMES;

Tech behind record PE, VC deals in 2016 - THE BUSINESS TIMES

THE BUSINESS TIMESTech behind record PE, VC deals in 2016THE BUSINESS TIMESAccording to a report by global valuation firm Duff and Phelps, Singapore saw a record value of private equity (PE) and venture capital (VC) investments in 2016, with 100 such deals valued at US$3.5 billion. Of these, tech accounted for the majority of ...and more »

M&A growth helps make S'pore the deals capital of region - The Straits Times;

M&A growth helps make S'pore the deals capital of region - The Straits Times

The Straits TimesM&A growth helps make S'pore the deals capital of regionThe Straits TimesTop deals involved Temasek Holdings, DBS and others buying a stake in Postal Savings Bank of China (above) and Qatar Investment Authority's acquisition of Asia Square Tower 1. PHOTOS: AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE, ST FILE. Published. 3 hours ago.and more »

Temasek backs 'no burn' land clearing - The Straits Times

Temasek backs 'no burn' land clearingThe Straits TimesTemasek Holdings said it fully supports "no burn" policies for land clearance, and urged oil palm companies and plantation owners to do the same. The statement released on Monday came as commodity trader Olam International, majority-owned by Temasek ...and more »

800 deals worth S$126b recorded in S'pore this year - TODAYonline

800 deals worth S$126b recorded in S'pore this yearTODAYonlineSINGAPORE — Deal-making in Singapore has remained strong this year, led by state-owned investment giants GIC and Temasek Holdings, a report by global valuation and corporate finance adviser Duff & Phelps showed yesterday. Singapore recorded a ...and more »