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Sunday, 10 June 2018

Same Excitement During Hyflux 6% CPS. No???


Read? Excited By 4.35% Astrea IV Class A-1 Secured Bonds Issue By Temasek??? (2)


Business Times - 27 Apr 2011

Hyflux preference shares up 3.1% on debut 

Issued at $100 apiece, the stock closes at $103.02 on first trading day

By JAMIE LEE

HYFLUX'S preference shares, issued at $100 apiece, surged as much as $3.10 or 3.1 per cent to $103.10 on its trading debut yesterday. The stock, traded in board lots of 10 shares each, closed the day at $103.02. It attracted attention for its annual 6 per cent dividend rate. Hyflux has the option to redeem the shares on or after April 25, 2018. If not redeemed then, the dividend rate will step up to 8 per cent.

With the minimum purchase under the public offer of 100 shares, retail investors who missed out on the shares in the ballot would have had to fork out some $300 more yesterday for the same number of shares.

They would also have to accept a smaller yield. The dividend yield of the shares at their closing price yesterday stood at 5.82 per cent.

Hyflux sold $400 million worth of preference shares, with $200 million of the shares set aside for retail investors, $190 million placed to institutional players, and the remaining $10 million for its directors, management and employees, and its subsidiaries under the reserve offer.

The offer of these Class A shares - the first batch of preference shares offered by the company - was double its original subscription size of $200 million.

The public offer attracted a subscription rate of five times.

According to the balloting results, about 10,000 applicants who applied for 100 shares each - or put up $10,000 upfront - received 30 shares each.

Five individuals who put up at least $2 million upfront for at least 20,000 shares received 3,170 shares each, costing $317,000. (CW8888: Bao Jiak!)

Hyflux received about $1.4 billion in applications under the placement offer. Under the placement, more than 70 per cent of the preference shares went to private banks.

The rest of the shares were sold to asset managers and banks.

The non-convertible shares are perpetual in nature, which means that they have no expiry date but can be redeemed by the company.




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    1. May be more than 20 times oversubscribed given the scale of great excitement. Good luck!

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    2. Haha, thanks! I shall see how many peanuts they issue me. Sekali zero..

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  2. ASTREA IV's S$121 million retail offering of Class A-1 private equity bonds closed 7.4 times subscribed at noon on Tuesday, with nearly S$890 million in valid applications received. These are the first retail bonds to be backed by cash flows from private equity fund investments.

    An allocation process will take place and its results will be announced on Wednesday evening, said Astrea IV on Tuesday night. "Further information will be shared at that time on the process for deposit into CDP accounts, listing and trading on the SGX, and refunds of funds for subscriptions that were not successfully allocated," it added.

    Astrea IV is a subsidiary of Azalea Asset Management, which is in turn a Temasek Holdings subsidiary.

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    1. The offer of these Class A shares - the first batch of preference shares offered by the company - was double its original subscription size of $200 million.

      The public offer attracted a subscription rate of five times.

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