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Ascendas India Trust Appoints Cheah Ying Soon As CFO
Ascendas India Trust 1H Fy2021 Dpu Of 4.20 Singapore Cents
Ascendas India Trust Says Ascendas Property Fund Trustee Entered Into Forward Purchase Agreement With Casa Grande Group
Ascendas India Trust is a Singapore-based property trust. The Trust's principal activity is to own income producing real estate used primarily as business space in India and real estate related assets in relation to the foregoing. The Trust acquires, holds and develops land or uncompleted developments to be used primarily for business space with the objective of holding the properties upon completion. The Trust owns approximately seven information technology (IT) parks and one logistics park in India with a total floor area of approximately 14.4 million square feet spread across Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Pune and Mumbai. The Trusts IT business and logistics parks include International Tech Park Bangalore, International Tech Park Chennai and CyberVale in Chennai, International Tech Park Hyderabad, CyberPearl, and aVance in Hyderabad, aVance in Pune and Arshiya warehouses near Mumbai. The Company is managed by Ascendas Property Fund Trustee Pte. Ltd.
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1 Fusionopolis Place, #10-10 Galaxis
Chie Foo Chiang
Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board
Manohar Ramesh Khiatani
Non-Executive Deputy Chairman of the Board
Ying Soon Cheah
Chief Financial Officer
Chief Executive Officer of of Ascendas Services (India) Private Limited
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
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Singapore's CapitaLand Ltd plans to split into two, with its revamped real estate investment management business becoming the world's third largest as a new listed entity while its property development business will be taken private.
Singaporean property developer CapitaLand Ltd requested a halt in trading of its shares on Monday morning, pending the release of an announcement, according to a stock exchange filing.
Singapore's CapitaLand <CATL.SI> is forking out S$6 billion ($4.4 billion) to scoop up logistics and industrial assets from state investor Temasek, in a deal the developer said would create Asia's largest real estate investment manager.
CapitaLand Ltd said it entered into a deal with Singapore state investor Temasek to buy two wholly owned units from a subsidiary for a consideration of about S$6 billion ($4.4 billion) in a cash and stock deal.
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