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Malaysia’s YTL Corp. and PT Semen Indonesia are among suitors weighing bids.
Malaysia, a predominantly Muslim country better known for its recent political turbulence than its gender diversity, now has female bosses at three of its 11 homegrown investment banks.
Saddled with S$2.95 billion of liabilities, Hyflux started a court-supervised reorganization process in May and obtained a six-month debt moratorium in the latest casualty among overstretched Singapore companies.
KBS, which partnered Keppel Corp.’s asset management arm on a Singapore listing last year, is in talks with firms based in the city-state to find possible co-sponsors for a second REIT.
The insurer is exploring options to reduce its stake in the business following a regulatory directive.
Andrew Tan, another former M&A banker at RHB, has joined Bintang as vice president of investments.
Malaysian sovereign wealth fund Khazanah Nasional Bhd. owns about 26 percent of the company.
The tycoon has revived deliberations about a buyout of Kuala Lumpur-based Astro, which had a market value of $1.9 billion at Monday’s close.
UK-based ISP may purchase a majority stake for about $150m, including debt.
Yeo, 48, will start in the Kuala Lumpur-based role on August 23.