30 Jun '14, 10am

Accordia Golf Plans Singapore Trust IPO - Wall Street Journal

SINGAPORE—Accordia Golf Co., Japan's largest golf-course operator, plans to raise up to 782 million Singapore dollars (US$626 million) through an initial public offering in Singapore for most of its golf-course assets. The deal, if successful, would rank as Singapore's largest IPO in more than a year, and comes amid a relatively dry spell for listings in the city-state. Accordia Golf plans to list the assets through Accordia...

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