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Singapore – Revisions To The SGX Mainboard Listing Fees.

12 June, 2013

 

Legal News & Analysis – Asia Pacific – Singapore  Capital Markets

 

The Singapore Exchange (SGX) announced on 26 April 2013 that it is revising its listing fees for SGX Mainboard companies. 


The fees for new and additional listing of securities on the SGX Mainboard will be revised from 1 July 2013. Such revised listing fees apply to equity securities (including preference shares), convertible equity securities, and other securities, but not debt securities. In addition, the annual listing fees for SGX Mainboard companies will be revised from 1 January 2014.


A summary of the current and revised listing fees for the SGX Mainboard are as follows:

 

FEE TYPE EXISTING FEES REVISED FEES
INITIAL 
LISTING FEE
(Effective 
from 
1 July 2013)
Minimum S$50,000 S$100,000
Variable 
Rate
S$100 per S$1 
million 
market capitalisation
S$100 per S$1 
million 
market capitalisation
Maximum S$200,000 S$200,000
ANNUAL FEE
(Effective from
1 January 
2014)
Minimum S$25,000 S$35,000
Variable 
Rate
S$25 per S$1 million 
market 
capitalisation
S$30 per S$1 million 
market 
capitalisation
Maximum S$100,000 S$150,000
ADDITIONAL 
LISTING FEE
(Effective from 
1 July 2013)
Minimum S$5,000 S$30,000
Variable 
Rate
S$100 per S$1 
million 
market 
capitalisation
S$100 per S$1 
million
market 
capitalisation
Maximum S$100,000 S$200,000

 

The SGX has indicated that there have been significant developments in the global regulatory environment since the last revision of listing fees, and the current fee revision reflects the extensive resources channelled into improving the fund-raising, trading and risk management systems and processes for the benefit of listed companies and investors. 

 

  

For further information, please contact:

 
Joo Khin Ng, Partner, Stamford Law
jookhin.ng@stamfordlaw.com.sg 
 
Bernard Lui, Partner, Stamford Law
bernard.lui@stamfordlaw.com.sg

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