Closely-held private Marina Bay Capital Corp.’s Nick Standish, Executive Director, says the firm likes to ‘bear hug’ $200 million mid-cap Asian companies. That means some 90% of Marina Bay’s clients are missed by the financial industry’s largest firms and are ripe for full service. “There is almost no competition for Asian firms in the $200 million cap range. Big Investment Banks cannot and would not serve them” Standish says.
This includes IPOs, financial restructuring, M&A activity and introduction to Marina Bay Capital’s strategic partners. Among them are leading financial institutions and funds in Singapore, Middle East and North America.. Marina Bay Capital’s strategy is to bring its mid-cap clients to the public markets in North America. All of this is taking place as the NYSE and NASDAQ explore new IPO pipelines from that part of the world — excluding China. Dual listings in North America and Singapore are changing the capital market landscape. NYSE and SGX are in talks for dual listings by June 2023.
Why Investors Would Want To Invest In Southeast Asian Companies
Marina Bay Capital may be 100% insider held, but it is now offering investors an inside opportunity to invest. “It makes sense to invest in that part of the world. The growth is in the Indo-Pacific and not only China. We are very active in “VIPS”: Vietnam, Indonesia, India, Philippines, Singapore and SE Asian countries,” Albert Fan, Executive Director who is based in Singapore, exclaims.
Last year, Southeast Asia deals jumped by 19% and financial proceeds increased by 71% with the Indonesia Stock Exchange leading the region. In the Asia Pacific Market there were 15 IPO issues originating from Singapore raising some $0.6 billion. Three IPOs issuers from the US raised $1.1 billion. The US remained the top country for cross-border IPOs with 106 countries listing.
Through its current Reg D 506(c), Marina Bay Capital is offering investors a $2,450,000 offering through November 30, with a minimum of $2,500. The bulk of the net proceeds of $1.3 million will go to working capital to support business development and deals.
Founded in February 2022, Marina Bay Capital is an aggressive senior managed firm with an attractive dividend plan. Its Board would recommend a dividend policy to shareholders to distribute not less than 50% of its net profit after tax annually. By 2024, its goal would be bi-annual dividend distributions, Standish says.
“We are a value-connector for Asian founders and companies,” Standish says. “Our directors and key shareholders have extensive commercial and investment experience in Asia. We provide for clients with a complete suite of corporate finance advisory solutions — to achieve their fundraising and public listing objectives.” Marina Bay Capital, Standish says “We will also mentor our clients on corporate governance requirements and evolve their corporate strategies to grow and expand to qualify for uplisting on one of the North American stock exchanges within 18-24 months.”.
Cash Burn Is Kept Low At Marina Bay Capital So Dividends Are High
With offices in Canada, the US and Singapore, Marina Bay Capital intentionally pays its owner-member insiders a very low sum to keep fixed costs low. “With lower operating expenses, the route to higher profitability and enlarged market capitalization are goals that are aligned with all shareholders, big or small. We believe a large dividend payout is good for the shareholders and company instead of a high fixed operating expenses.” Albert Fan, Executive Director, remarks.
Marina Bay Capital is planning for their own listing in North America by 2024 when they hit a market capitalization of not less than US$300 million, with 400 shareholders, minimum share price of $5 and with an annual profit of $10 million and above. The key stakeholders and officers are bullish with rapid growth of the Indo-Pacific region where the consulting market is worth $25 billion and financial advisory alone is $7.5 billion.
There are big strikes and growth in social-impact enterprises, green and renewable energy technologies and infrastructures, artificial intelligence in manufacturing, healthcare, financial, government, bio-science, food sustainability and security technologies, blockchain and regulated digital currencies for developing economies, semiconductor supporting industries. Marina Bay Capital aims to serve these ventures.
Investors seeking more information on Marina Bay Capital, can find it at their website: marinabaycapital.co/
Marina Bay Capital Corp. offers investors a compelling opportunity to invest in mid-cap financial services for IPO-seeking Asian companies. Key are Marina Bay Capital’s strategic collaborating partners — leading financial institutions in Singapore, Middle East and North America. By having offices on the ground in Singapore and deep network experience in conducting commercial transactions in that sector of the world, Marina Bay Capital is primed to begin ‘bear hugging’ financial services to its 90% of clients located there. They can deliver public sector IPOs in North America and Singapore. Investors may wish to study the rare opportunity to invest in a 100% closely held Company. They should be attracted by future performance guidance and the potential of future attractive dividend payouts. This is a Company with senior officers and key staff with hands-on investment, business and advisory experience, expertise and exposure in the Indo-Pacific region.
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