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Financial Information

Date Type Remarks
Historical Events
21 Feb 2024 Ex-Dividend
14 Feb 2024 Half Year Results
01 Nov 2023 Ex-Dividend
25 Oct 2023 AGM
23 Aug 2023 Full Year Results
17 Feb 2023 Ex-Dividend
10 Feb 2023 Half Year Results
02 Nov 2022 Ex-Dividend
26 Oct 2022 AGM
29 Aug 2022 Full Year Results

Notes

  1. Dates with early, mid or late descriptions are based on the dates from the previous year's results. These are not indicative of future result announcements dates.

Stock Information

EPS (SGD) a
0.02161
PE a
12.031
NAV (SGD) b
0.1139
Price / NAV b
2.2827
Dividend (SGD) d
0.018002
Dividend Yield (%) d
6.924
Market Cap (M)
91.998
Issued & Paid-up Shares c
353,837,700

Notes

  1. Based on latest Full Year results announcement, adjusted for the current number of shares.
  2. Based on latest results announcement (Full Year, Half Year or Interim), adjusted for the current number of shares.
  3. Rounded to the nearest thousand.
  4. Dividend is based on latest Full Year results announcement, adjusted for current number of shares and excludes special dividend.
Listing Date
Nov 22, 2017
Subscription Rate
193.44
IPO Price
0.216
Current vs IPO Price (%)
20.37
First Day Close
0.304
First Day Gain (%)
40.7
First Week Close
0.265
First Week Gain (%)
22.7

Announce Date
[Effective Date]
Buyer/ Seller Name
[Type*]
S/ W/ U ** Bought/ (Sold)
('000)
Price
($)
After Trade Remark
No. of Shares ('000) *** % Held ***
27/09/23
[29/08/23]
Lim Shyang Zheng (Lin XiangZheng) [DIR] S/U 166  - 8,000 2.26 Remark
Remarks
Acquisition of Securities via market transaction

Amount of consideration paid or received by Director/CEO (excluding brokerage and stamp duties): $43,990.00

Immediately after the transaction
No. of ordinary voting shares/units held: 7834000 (Direct Interest); 166000 (Deemed Interest)
As a percentage of total no. of ordinary voting shares/units: 2.21000000 (Direct Interest); 0.05000000 (Deemed Interest)
Mr. Lim Shyang Zheng is deemed to be interested in 166,000 ordinary shares held under the name of ABN AMRO Clearing Bank N.V.. The 166,000 acquired ordinary shares were considered as direct interest in the initial announcement released on 30 Aug 2023 instead of deemed interest.

The percentage of shareholding immediately before and after this transaction as is calculated on the basis of 353,837,700 shares, excluding treasury shares.
30/08/23
[29/08/23]
Lim Shyang Zheng (Lin XiangZheng) [DIR] S/U 166  - 8,000 2.26 Remark
Remarks
Acquisition of Securities via market transaction

Amount of consideration paid or received by Director/CEO (excluding brokerage and stamp duties): $43,990.00

Immediately after the transaction
No. of ordinary voting shares/units held: 8000000 (Direct Interest); 0 (Deemed Interest)
As a percentage of total no. of ordinary voting shares/units: 2.26000000 (Direct Interest); 0.00000000 (Deemed Interest)
The percentage of shareholding immediately before and after this transaction as is calculated on the basis of 353,837,700 shares, excluding treasury shares.
22/03/23
[22/03/23]
RE&S HOLDINGS LIMITED [COY] S/U 38 SGD 0.270-0.275 NA NA Remark
Remarks
This announcement has been reviewed by the Company's sponsor, PrimePartners Corporate Finance Pte. Ltd. (the "Sponsor"). It has not been examined or approved by the Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Limited (the "Exchange") and the Exchange assumes no responsibility for the contents of this document, including the correctness of any of the statements or opinions made or reports contained in this document.

The contact person for the Sponsor is Ms. Jennifer Tan, 16 Collyer Quay, 10-00 Collyer Quay Centre, Singapore 049318, sponsorship@ppcf.com.sg.
06/03/23
[06/03/23]
RE&S HOLDINGS LIMITED [COY] S/U 34 SGD 0.265 NA NA Remark
Remarks
This announcement has been reviewed by the Company's sponsor, PrimePartners Corporate Finance Pte. Ltd. (the "Sponsor"). It has not been examined or approved by the Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Limited (the "Exchange") and the Exchange assumes no responsibility for the contents of this document, including the correctness of any of the statements or opinions made or reports contained in this document.

The contact person for the Sponsor is Ms. Jennifer Tan, 16 Collyer Quay, 10-00 Collyer Quay Centre, Singapore 049318, sponsorship@ppcf.com.sg.
* DIR - Director (include Directors of related companies) | SSH - Substantial Shareholder | COY - Company Share Buyback | TMRP - Trustee-Manager/Responsible Person |
** S - Shares | W - Warrants | U - Units | R - Rights |
*** Direct & Deemed Interests

Note

  1. Only trades by directors, substantial shareholders and company share buy back are included in Insider Trades.

Governance

RE&S Holdings Limited (the “Company”) and its subsidiaries (collectively, the “Group”) are committed to achieving and maintaining high standards of corporate governance by setting in place a framework of practices and policies that complies with the principles and provisions of the Code of Corporate Governance 2018 (the “Code”). The Group believes that this is essential to the sustainability of the Group's business and critical in protecting and enhancing shareholders' interests in the long term.

This report sets out the Group's corporate governance practices for the financial year ended 30 June 2022 (“FY2022”) with specific reference to the principles and provisions of the Code. The Board is pleased to report that the Group have complied in most of the material aspects with the principles and provisions set out in the Code, save for deviations or areas of non-compliance which are explained under the respective sections. The report should be read in its entirety instead of separately under each principle of the Code and the provisions therein.

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WHISTLE BLOWING POLICY

Objective:

  1. RE&S is committed to a high standard of compliance with accounting, financial reporting, internal controls, corporate governance and auditing requirements, and any legislation relating thereto. In line with this commitment, the Whistle-blowing Policy (the “Policy”) aims to provide an avenue for staff and external parties (such as vendors) to raise concerns and offer reassurance that they will be protected from reprisals or victimisation for whistleblowing in good faith.
  2. The Policy is intended to conform to the guidance set in the Code of Corporate Governance, regulated by the Monetary Authority of Singapore which encourages staff to raise concerns, in confidence, about possible irregularities.
  3. Promote standards of good corporate practices
  4. Provision of proper avenues for staff to raise concerns about actual or suspected improprieties in matters of financial reporting or other matters and receive feedback on any actions taken
  5. Assure staff that they will be protected from reprisals or victimisation for whistle-blowing in good faith.

Eligibility:

This policy applies to all staff of RE&S.

Procedures:

  1. Authority to receive complaints

    All complaints shall be reported directly to any of the following Senior Management:

    Chief Operating Officer, Management Office Email: shyangzheng.lim@res.com.sg
    Head, Human Resource Email: Voice@res.com.sg
    Chairman, Audit Committee Email: ben.yeo@res.com.sg

  2. What to report

    Staff are encouraged to report

    • Fraud, misappropriations and other irregularities, or such suspected acts that come to their knowledge
    • Any dishonest or fraudulent act
    • Misappropriation of funds, supplies, or other assets
    • Impropriety in the handling or reporting of money or financial transactions
    • Profiteering as a result of insider knowledge of the company activities;
    • Disclosing confidential and proprietary information to outside parties;
    • Accepting or seeking any reward from contractors, vendors, or persons providing services/materials to the company in connection with influencing the outcome of contracts
    • Unauthorised destruction, removal, or inappropriate use of records, furniture, fixtures and equipment
    • Intentional provision of incorrect information to public bodies
    • Conduct which is an offence or breach of law
    • Serious conflict of interest without disclosure
    • Any other serious improper matters which cause financial or non-financial loss to the Company or the Company's reputation
    • Irregularities concerning an employee's moral, ethical or behavioural conduct
    • Favouritism in the workplace such as assigns responsibility or gives promotions based on favouritism.

The above list is intended to give an indication of the kind of conduct which might be considered as “wrong-doing”. In cases of doubt, the whistle-blower should speak to his or her immediate superior or our independent Director.

Protection against reprisals

If the staff raises a genuine concern under this Policy, he or she will not be at risk of losing his or her job or suffering from retribution or harassment as a result. Provided that the staff is acting in good faith, it does not matter if he or she is mistaken. However, the Company does not condone frivolous, mischievous or malicious allegations. Staff(s) making such allegations will face disciplinary action in accordance with the Company's Disciplinary Procedures.

Confidentiality

The Company encourages the whistle-blower to identify himself or herself when raising a concern or providing information. All concerns will be treated with strict confidentiality. In order to maintain caller anonymity, while facilitating greater communication, whistle-blowers can choose from 2 options:

  1. Full disclosure:
    Where the whistle-blower chooses to provide his or her identity to facilitate contact and communication with the Company or
  2. Partial anonymity:
    Where the whistle-blower provides personal details to the any of the Senior Management – Chief Operating Officer, Head Of Human Resources, at no time will these details be divulged to the Company.

Exceptional circumstances under which information provided by the whistle blower could or would not be treated with strictest confidentiality include:

  • Where the Company is under a legal obligation to disclose the information provided.
  • Where the information is given on a strictly confidential basis to legal or auditing professionals for the purpose of obtaining professional advice; where the information is given to the Police or other authorities for criminal investigation.
  • Where the whistle-blower's identity is to be revealed, we will endeavour to discuss this with the whistle-blower first.

Concerns expressed anonymously are much less persuasive and may hinder investigation work as it is more difficult to look into the matter or to protect the whistle-blower’s position. Accordingly, the Company will investigate anonymous reports on the basis of their merits.

 

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