Singapore’s only securities exchange, Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Limited (SGX-ST), is currently authorised to conduct securities trading.
S$1.4 billion was raised via eleven IPOs in Singapore in 2020, a new record high for the city-state. On the Mainboard, there were five firms. Two of these firms were real estate investment trusts (REITs), which predominantly hold properties in the United States and the United Kingdom. In addition to entertainment, credit, and risk management, and nanotechnology solutions, the rest of the Mainboard listings come from these areas as well. The company saw six initial public offerings (IPOs) from various sectors, including mining, water treatment, agriculture, and health care.
As of this writing, Singapore has had two initial public offerings (IPOs), both of which have collected over S$100 million: the first was a Mainboard listing in the technology enabling business, while the second was a the company listing in the healthcare sector. Choosing Initial Public Offering (IPO) is essential there.
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Issuers may choose between the Main board and the company when it comes to listing on the SGX-ST. There are tighter entry and listing requirements on the Mainboard for issuers that have already established themselves in the market (such as minimum profit and market capitalisation levels). A Mainboard entry might be connected with either a primary or secondary listing.
If you are a small or fast developing company, the company is the perfect solution for you. Authorized sponsors employ a different process to decide if an issuer is suitable for listing. In order to be a primary listing in the directory, you must have at least one the company entry.
For example, shares of a company are among the securities that may be traded on the Singapore Stock Exchange (SGX). Additionally, shares and units of a mutual fund and real estate investment trusts (REITs) might be listed on the Mainboard (REIT).
To be listed on the Mainboard, a company must employ an accredited issue manager, while to be listed on the company, a company must hire an authorised full sponsor. Both involve hiring a full sponsor. These people are in charge of preparing the company for the stock exchange.
Specifications based on exact numbers
One of the profitability conditions or market capitalization requirements must be met before an issuer may be listed on the Mainboard.
There must be a three-year operational track record in which the issuer has been engaged in a similar company and under similar management to satisfy the profit condition.
Market capitalization is based on a company’s ability to generate revenue in the most recent financial year that was finished. If the issuer’s stock price and post-invitation issued share capital total at least S$300 million, they must fulfill market capitalization requirements for the offer. Provided a REIT or BT meets the market capitalization requirement of S$300 million but does not yet have any historical financial data, it may still be eligible for listing if it can show that it will produce operational revenue as soon as it is listed. To guarantee that REITs and BTs have adequate liquidity to satisfy their commitments, the market capitalization test was devised.