24 Feb '11, 4pm

Perennial China Retail Trust To Raise S$1.1 billion In S'pore IPO: SINGAPORE -Perennial China Retail Trust, a un...

SINGAPORE -Perennial China Retail Trust, a unit of property investment firm Perennial Real Estate, on Thursday said that it aimed to raise S$1.1 billion through an initial public offering via a business trust in Singapore, making it the first of several big ticket listings planned in the city state this year. In a prospectus filed with the Monetary Authority of Singapore, Perennial China Retail Trust said that it will offer a total of 1.1 billion shares at an offer price of S$1 per unit. The 1.1 billion units include 660.2 million units in placement to institutional investors and the public and another 432 million units to cornerstone investors. The public offer opens March 8 with listing aimed for March 16. So far this year, the biggest IPO in Singapore has been Thailand-based rubber processing company Sri Trang Agro Industry PCL, which raised S$336 million via a Singapor...

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