SINGAPORE - The Singapore Exchange (SGX) is expected to witness another healthy year of initial public offering (IPO) activity in 2017 despite the rise of alternative fundraising options for companies, with analysts identifying real estate investment trusts (Reits) as well as healthcare and technology companies as potential candidates.
While the analysts were unable to provide a projection for the number of potential IPOs this year, they said the SGX should see a "continued pipeline" of both foreign and local entities looking to list here.
Their comments come after a good run for IPOs...
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