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Noble Group Limited is United Kingdom-based company. The Company is specialized in providing supply-chain management solutions for commodities in the agriculture, energy, metals and logistics sectors.
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Paul Jeremy Brough
Executive Chairman of the Board
William James Randall
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Richard Samuel Elman
Founder and Chairman Emeritus
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Noble Group Holdings (Noble Holdings) plans to rebuild its liquefied natural gas (LNG) and core energy businesses and develop rare earths as it seeks new life as a niche, Asia-focused commodity trader, sources aware of the matter said.
Commodities trading firm Noble Group is set to take a small stake in ambitious Australian rare earths developer Arafura, raising its exposure to strategic minerals critical to high-tech industries and electric vehicles.
China's thermal coal imports will decline by between 10 million and 12 million tonnes in 2019, a leading industry analyst said on Tuesday, largely because of rising domestic output in the world's top producer and consumer.
Noble Group <NOBG.SI>, the once mighty commodity trader, on Thursday completed its drawn out $3.5 billion debt restructuring to emerge as a smaller, unlisted Asia-focused coal-trading business.
Noble Group, the once mighty commodity trader, on Thursday completed its drawn out $3.5 billion debt restructuring to emerge as a smaller and unlisted Asia-focused coal-trading business.
Noble Group said on Tuesday it will push on with its $3.5 billion debt restructuring by keeping the new company private, a last-minute effort to avoid seeking insolvency protection for its businesses.
Noble Group <NOBG.SI> said on Friday it will seek changes to its original debt restructuring plan, with the spotlight now moving toward what the once mighty commodity merchant has called the alternative: insolvency protection.
Noble Group's <NOBG.SI> $3.5 billion debt rescue plan was thrown into doubt on Thursday when Singapore authorities said they would block the re-listing of shares in what was once Asia's top commodity trader.
Singapore's central bank said on Thursday it has decided not to allow Noble Group to transfer its listing status to New Noble as part of the company's proposed restructuring.
Noble Group Ltd <NOBG.SI> is pushing back this month's deadline to complete its make-or-break $3.5 billion debt restructuring deal to Dec. 11, amid a probe by Singapore authorities into suspected false and misleading statements issued by the company.
Embattled commodity trader Noble Group Ltd is extending a deadline for debt restructuring to Dec. 11 from late November, it said on Sunday, amid an investigation by Singapore authorities into suspected false and misleading statements.
Singapore authorities are investigating Noble Group Ltd <NOBG.SI> for suspected false and misleading statements, just days before the Singapore-listed company was to complete its $3.5 billion debt restructuring deal to prevent its collapse.
Embattled commodity trader Noble Group Ltd <NOBG.SI> on Wednesday said it would continue with its plans to restructure, despite noting an investigation by Singapore authorities into suspected disclosure breaches by the firm.
Singapore authorities said on Tuesday that they are investigating Noble Group Ltd for suspected false and misleading statements and breaches of disclosure requirements under the city-state's laws.
Shares in Noble Group Ltd <NOBG.SI>, once Asia's top commodity trader, were suspended from trading from Monday, as the company seeks to transform into an Asia-focused coal-trading business following a $3.5 billion debt restructuring deal.
Shares in Noble Group Ltd , once Asia's top commodity trader, were suspended from trading from Monday, as the company seeks to transform into an Asia-focused coal-trading business following a $3.5 billion debt restructuring deal.
Noble Group Ltd <NOBG.SI> halved its quarterly net loss from continuing operations to $43.3 million and said its soon-to-be-completed $3.5 billion debt restructuring would enable the commodity trader to reposition its business in Asia Pacific and the Middle East.
Noble Group Ltd is set to appoint Ian Potter, a former senior banker at Morgan Stanley, as its next chairman in a few weeks, just as the commodities trader seeks to complete its $3.5 billion debt restructuring, sources with knowledge of the matter said on Monday.
Noble Group, once Asia's largest commodities trader, said it expects to report a loss of about $90 million to $115 million for the third quarter, hurt by restructuring expenses and losses at its discontinued operations.
In May 2017, Paul Brough had just assumed the chairmanship of Noble Group and immediately faced a room full of angry bankers demanding their money back from the struggling commodity trader.
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