Noble, once Asia’s top commodity trader, is seeking to transform into an Asia-focused coal-trading business following a $3.5 billion debt restructuring deal.
U.S. prosecutors filed criminal charges against the two former Goldman bankers and a Malaysian financier linked to the alleged theft of billions of dollars from the fund.
Singapore’s ‘Infrastructure Asia’ agency will be led by its central bank, the Monetary Authority of Singapore, and Enterprise Singapore.
First Origin International Ltd agreed to acquire the business in March last year for $907 million.
Singapore will allow firms valued at $229 million to list with dual-class shares.
Uber has been asked to continue operating in SG until May 7 to smoothen the transition.
The proposed restructuring agreement requires approval by a majority of existing senior creditors representing 75 percent in value of its debt.
Singapore, which is aiming to be a hub for fintech and so-called initial coin offerings in Asia, does not currently regulate virtual currencies.
ComfortDelGro said in December it would buy a 51% stake in a unit of Uber that runs a fleet of private hire vehicles.
Deutsche Bank dropped out of the world’s top 15 private banks in 2016, after it withdrew from a number of countries.