Lim family seeks to sell 9% of Genting Singapore

The deal is expected to price at the bottom for a total size of $425 million.

Two investment companies controlled by Malaysia's Lim family were in the market last night attempting to divest their direct 9% stake in Genting Singapore, a Singapore-listed subsidiary of the Genting Berhad group. Genting Singapore is involved in international casino operations and the development of integrated resorts, including a new casino resort on Singapore's Sentosa Island, which is due to open in the first quarter of next year.

The 853.88 million shares were offered in a range between S$0.72 and S$0.76...

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