When was FCL listed?
When was FCL listed?
FCL was listed on the Main Board of the Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Limited (SGX-ST) on 9 January 2014 by way of introduction.
Who owns FCL?
The TCC Group is the majority shareholder of FCL, holding approximately 88% of FCL's issued shares as at 8 Dec 15.
The TCC Group is among the largest businesses in Southeast Asia and is engaged in a variety of businesses including real estate. The TCC Group invests in and develops a wide range of real estate projects globally, including hotels, office towers, retail centres, residences, serviced apartments, convention centres, golf courses and resorts.
How is FCL related to F&N?
FCL was formerly the real estate arm of Fraser & Neave (F&N) group. Through a dividend in specie exercise, FCL was demerged from the F&N Group and was listed on the Main Board of the SGX ST on 9 January 2014 by way of introduction.
How is FCL related to ThaiBev?
Thai Beverage Public Company Limited, which is part of the TCC Group, is one of the major shareholders of FCL.
What are FCL's core businesses?
Frasers Centrepoint Limited (FCL) is an international real estate company with a portfolio that spans residential, commercial, hospitality and industrial asset classes. We invest in and develop properties in three core markets of Singapore, where we are listed and have our roots, as well as Australia and China, where strong market fundamentals characterise these territories. Over the years, we have developed an intimate knowledge of our core markets and also of our secondary markets of the United Kingdom (UK), Vietnam, Thailand and Malaysia. We also manage hospitality properties in over 70 cities across North Asia, Southeast Asia, Australia, Europe, and the Middle East.
What are FCL's growth strategies?
FCL's strategies are geared towards:
What is FCL's dividend policy?
Our Board of Directors intends to recommend dividends of up to 75% of our net profit after tax after considering a number of factors, including our level of cash and reserves, results of operations, business prospects, capital requirements and surplus, general financial condition, contractual restrictions, the absence of any circumstances which might reduce the amount of reserves available to pay dividends, and other factors considered relevant by our Board of Directors, including our expected financial performance.