News and Events

Duff & Phelps and SVCA host a session on New Valuation Guidelines for Alternative Investment Funds
Duff & Phelps in association with Singapore Venture Capital Association invites you for a session where our expert - David Larsen will share insights on new guidelines, standards and developments that will help alternative investment funds acquire significant guidance and deeper insights to navigate the myriad of the valuation complexities and issues.

Sin Yee Koh Speaks at the AIMA Panel Discussion
Sin Yee Koh, a director in the Compliance Regulatory Consulting practice of Duff & Phelps, was a featured speaker on the panel around the role of compliance, risk management and operational controls at a panel discussion organized by AIMA.

Srividya Gopalakrishnan Discusses the Recent Xiaomi IPO Listing on Channel News Asia
Srividya Gopalakrishnan, Managing Director in the Valuation Advisory Services practice, shared her views on the Xiaomi IPO listing in Hong Kong on July 10, 2018. She shared that investor interest in the IPO was strong given the company managed to get half a billion dollars worth of investments from seven mega investors in addition to pre- IPO funding from angel investors.


Duff & Phelps Publishes Transaction Trail 2017
In 2017, Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia recorded total deal activity valued at over US$130 billion spread across 1,420 deals, with over 20 transactions valued at more than a billion dollars each. Globally, about 36,700 deals valued at over US$2.8 trillion were registered in the same period.

Market Alert: The Importance of Prompt Regulatory Filings
From May 2016 to July 2017, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (“MAS”) took enforcement action against 3 fund managers for late regulatory filings.

Private Placements Valuation
Private Placements are securities, such as common stock, warrants, bonds, not sold via a public offering but privately to a selected number of investors. In the United States, these securities do not have to be registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), as they are sold directly to the private market and not to the general public.