Razer Inc said on Thursday that a group led by its top executives proposed to take the gaming hardware maker private in a deal that values the Hong Kong-listed company at HK$24.70 billion ($3.17 billion). The group led by Chairman Min-Liang Tan and non-executive director Kaling Lim, who own around 57% of Razer, are offering HK$2.82 a share for the remainder of the company, Razer said in a stock exchange filing. The consortium believes that Razer, with headquarters in the United States and Singapore, has suffered from low trading volumes and has been undervalued in Hong Kong.
SINGAPORE - Media OutReach - 2 December 2021 - Chubb announced today that Tulio Puente has been appointed as Division Head of International Personal Lines (IPL) in Singapore, effective 22 November 2021. Mr. Puente will report to Scott Simpson, Country President for Chubb in Singapore. In his new role, Mr. Puente will be responsible for the overall growth and management of Singapore's IPL division which includes the following lines of business: Personal Risk Services which provides coverage for f
Completes S$10 Million Funding RoundSINGAPORE - Media OutReach - 1 December 2021 - Singapore-based EnviroTech company, Clean Earth Technologies ("CET"), today announced that it has successfully completed its funding round of S$10.0 million with Strand Hanson Asia, which is acting as advisors to the Company. Strand Hanson Asia is a leading independent consulting boutique firm with considerable experience in the resources and technology sectors. CET also announced that last week, the company won t