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MIIF Dividend Reinvestment

This post is a continuation of my earlier discussion on the Macquaire International Infrastructure Fund scrip dividend scheme. If you haven’t read it yet, it would be better for you to do so before reading on. Even though the title of this post is about MIIF dividend reinvestment, what is discussed will be generally applicable […]

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Macquarie International Infrastructure Fund Scrip Dividend Scheme

Macquarie International Infrastructure Fund (MIIF) had previously announced that they have a scrip dividend scheme as an alternative method for investors to receive their dividends. What this means is that an investor can opt to receive shares instead of cash as dividends. The amount of shares you receive will be based on your entitled dividend […]

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Singapore Property Growth & Profitability Conference

The Singapore Property Growth & Profitability Conference is a 2-day event held at Meritus Mandarin Singapore from 27-28 March 2008. The conference aims to help you find and identify winning projects and investment strategy into the Singapore property market. These is a list of the topics that will be covered and the respective speakers: Singapore […]

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Structured Futures Products on SGX Soon

A few days ago, Singapore Exchange Limited (SGX) announced some rule amendments that will allow product offerings on a broader suite of asset classes in the securities market. The new rules expand the application of existing Singapore Exchange Securities Trading (SGX-ST) Rules and Central Depository (CDP) Clearing Rules to allow trading of listed structured products […]

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Allco REIT – Extension of Short Term Debt Maturity

The latest announcement to come out from Allco REIT is that they have received in-principle approval for the extension of the maturity date for their $550 million loan. It was originally due on 31st July 2008; now the new date is set for 31st December 2009. There is another $70 million dollar debt which is […]

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