The Motley Fool: “Why did Trendlines choose to list in Singapore?”

Why Did Trendlines Group Ltd Choose To List In Singapore?

By Stanley Lim Peir Shenq, CFA, The Motley Fool (21 December 2016)

Chairmen and CEOs Todd Dollinger and Steve Rhodes

Trendlines Chairman and CEO Steve Rhodes (right) addresses the audience at the IPO ceremony in Singapore on 26 November 2015.

When a foreign company decides to list here in Singapore, some of you may go, “Why?”
In any case, whenever I get to meet management teams from companies that are based outside of the country of their listing, one question I like to ask is: “Why did you choose to list in this country?”

I recently got the chance to ask this question to the co-Chairman and co-CEO of Trendlines Group Ltd (SGX: 42T), [S]teve Rhodes.

Trendlines is a relatively new listed company in Singapore’s stock market, having floated its shares only in November 2015. The company is a venture capital investor based in Israel and it invests mainly in companies that deal with medical devices and agriculture technologies. It is also only the second Israel-based company to be listed in Singapore.

According to Steve, Trendlines had explored a listing in other markets prior to doing so in Singapore.
However, Trendlines understood that it was still a rather small company and it would not be easily recognizable if it was listed in large exchanges such as the Nasdaq, or even the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.

See the full article on The Motley Fool.

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