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NEWS UPDATES Asean Affairs   9 July 2013  

SGX welcomes International Healthway to Catalist

Singapore Exchange (SGX) is pleased to welcome the listing of International Healthway Corporation Limited (IHC) on Catalist, under the stock code of “5WA”.

IHC is an integrated healthcare services and facilities provider. With a portfolio of medical real estate, healthcare-related assets and integrated mixed-use developments in China, Japan and Malaysia, IHC is looking to grow its presence in existing and new markets in the region.

Dr Jong Hee Sen, Executive Chairman and Group President of IHC, said: “International Healthway Corporation’s listing on SGX marks a significant milestone in our Group’s corporate history. It is made more memorable given that we are the largest company, by market capitalisation, to be listed on Catalist to date. Listing is just the beginning of a new chapter for us. We are fully committed to providing quality healthcare services and our successful debut signals the next phase of our growth as we seek to enlarge our footprint in our key markets in the Asia-Pacific region.”

Lawrence Wong, Head of Listings, SGX, said: “We welcome International Healthway’s listing on Catalist, which will provide our investors with greater investment choice in SGX’s healthcare sector.”

The listing of IHC brings SGX’s pool of healthcare companies to 25 and the total number of companies listed on Catalist to 133 with total market capitalization of S$7 billion (US$6 billion).


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