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Article SMG's prospects worth a premium, says Spackman
By: TAN HWEE HWEE,   The Business Times  The Business Times  (COMPANIES & MARKETS)  24/08/2018

Responding to queries from the Singapore Exchange on Thursday, it cited valuation reports and valuation of SMG's shares to justify acquiring SMG shares at a significant premium to the net tangible asset (NTA) and net asset value (NAV).   (401 words)
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Article CHA takes larger stake in SMG to grow healthcare partnership
By: LEILA LAI,   The Business Times  The Business Times  (COMPANIES & MARKETS)  21/02/2019

It is also extending a convertible loan of S$10 million to SMG, which will result in the issue of 23.6 million new shares if converted in full. SMG will use the proceeds for near-term merger and acquisition opportunities that the two groups are targeting together, SMG CEO Beng Teck Liang told The Business Times.   (492 words)
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Article Spackman 'priced in growth premium for SMG stake buy'
The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (BUSINESS)  24/08/2018
These will be used to buy around 1.34 million SMG shares, or 4.23 per cent of the firm, at an average price of US$3 a share.
This prompted queries from the SGX about the price, which is at a significant premium to SMG's net tangible asset and net asset value.   (349 words)
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Article Singapore Medical Group in the pink of health
By: NAVIN SREGANTAN,   The Business Times  The Business Times  (COMPANIES & MARKETS)  22/10/2018

SMG chief executive officer Dr Beng Teck Liang   (1078 words)
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Article Singapore Medical Group acquires stake in local aesthetics clinic, proposes rights issue
By: NISHA RAMCHANDANI,   The Business Times  The Business Times  (COMPANIES & MARKETS)  02/03/2018

He expects SW1 can set up operations in Ho Chi Minh City, where SMG already has two existing medical centres, by the later part of this year. SMG is also exploring opportunities for SW1 in Jakarta and Kuala Lumpur, eyeing the premium segment of customers.   (642 words)
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Article SMG takes 85% stake in aesthetics clinic operator
By: NISHA RAMCHANDANI,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (BUSINESS)  02/03/2018

SMG will pay up to $6.5 million, with up to $3 million to be paid in cash over three years, while the balance will be satisfied through the issuance of some 6.05 million new shares at 57.8 cents per share.   (410 words)
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Article BROKERS' TAKE
The Business Times  The Business Times  (COMPANIES)  08/06/2019
Singapore Medical Group (SMG) > Buy (upgraded)
RHB Research Institute,
June 7
June 7 close: S$0.38
Target price: S$0.48
AS of Thursday's close, SMG's share price has fallen by 15 per cent to S$0.38 from S$0.445 since May 10. SMG's stock had a one-year return of -22.4 per cent.   (414 words)
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Article Company Briefs
The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (BUSINESS)  04/07/2018

SMG, through its joint venture company
SMG International (Vietnam), holds an effective 16 per cent stake in CityClinic Asia Investments, which owns and operates two 15,000 sq ft clinics in Ho Chi Minh City.   (321 words)
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Article HiDoc launches telehealth mobile app
By: SHARANYA PILLAI,   The Business Times  The Business Times  (COMPANIES & MARKETS)  31/01/2019

Its founders are SMG's Singapore managing director Christina Low and IT director Carolyn Goh, who are concurrently HiDoc's CEO and chief technology officer respectively. Dr Low declined to reveal how much SMG has invested in HiDoc.   (494 words)
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Article Company Briefs
The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (BUSINESS)  21/02/2019
Upon completion of the share purchase within three months of the agreement date, CHA will become SMG's controlling shareholder. It is also extending a convertible loan of $10 million to SMG, which will result in the issue of 23.6 million new shares if converted in full.   (400 words)
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