List your company and raise capital with the leading equity house in Singapore
List your company on the stock exchange and raise funds through the global equity capital markets with our full-service equities platform. DBS is the market leader for equity fund raising in Singapore and has lead-managed many landmark transactions throughout the region. We are widely regarded as the best equity house in Singapore, and were the only bank to be awarded the SGX 10th Anniversary Special Achievement Award for promoting Singapore as a key fund-raising centre.
Why choose DBS Equity Capital Markets?
Benefit from DBS’ strong capital markets presence and track record. We have an unparalleled experience of more than 35 years in the Singapore capital markets and have lead-managed over 100 IPOs in Southeast Asia since 2000
Leverage our extensive expertise, strong execution capabilities and thought leadership
Gain market insights from our dedicated equity capital markets professionals in Singapore, Hong Kong, China, Indonesia and Thailand
Access high-net-worth, corporate and other institutional investors through our international sales and distribution network. We also have the largest retail investor base in Singapore
Receive support from an award-winning equity research team
Has DBS worked on any notable IPOs?
We’ve managed/ underwritten various notable IPOs and cross-jurisdiction offerings including the following:
IHH Healthcare Berhad’s MYR6.3 billion IPO and concurrent listing on SGX and Bursa Malaysia
Global Logistic Properties’ SGD3.9 billion IPO and listing on SGX
CapitaMalls Asia’s SGD2.8 billion IPO and listing on SGX
Bumitama Agri’s SGD244 million IPO and listing on SGX
ARA Asset Management’s SGD321 m IPO and listing on SGX
SP Ausnet’s SGD1.8 billion IPO and dual listing on SGX and ASX
Does DBS help raise capital in the secondary market?
Yes, we are very active in supporting the needs of our listed clients through the secondary equity market. We’ve worked on numerous deals including:
Genting Singapore’s SGD2 billion underwritten rights issue
NOL’s SGD1 billion underwritten rights issue
China Fishery’s S$357 million underwritten rights issue
GMG Global’s SGD349 million underwritten rights issue
Tiger Airway’s S$297 million preferential offering and underwritten rights issue