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Established in 1976, Kingsmen has grown from a local outfit to a global group with offices in 21 major cities across Asia Pacific, Middle East and the USA serving international brands in Research & Design, Exhibitions & Events, Thematic & Museums, Retail & Corporate Interiors, and Alternative Marketing.

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Dear Shareholders,

Kingsmen has weathered two years of uncertainty and disruptions in the marketplace that impacted all areas of our business. Through the crisis, we witnessed the resilience of our business model. The strong fundamentals, together with our wide-ranging measures, enabled us to tide through this period. Our services covered a few business sectors which continued to be robust in the face of the pandemic, while concurrently being negatively impacted in some other sectors. We have the right processes, capabilities and competencies in place. These, together with the strong relationships we have with our supply chain partners, put us in a strong competitive position to deliver relevant solutions in this tough business environment. Agility, fiscal prudence and discipline were key attributes for the business to return to the black in 2021.

As we continued to engage our clients and pursued business opportunities, we saw a fundamental shift in market and client expectations. As our clients’ customers’ demands evolved, the ability to deliver a differentiated customer experience became imperative. The creation and delivery of customer experiences became more complex than ever before, thus compelling us to innovate, and deliver engagement ideas to meet the demands of the consumers. We are confident about the return of physical, face-to-face interactions and are observing strong demands across all our business sectors.

Owing to the prolong periods of restrictions and uncertainty, our attention was focused on the well-being of our staff; ensuring that all measures taken to combat the market situation had been with their interest in mind. With increasing adoption of digital technologies in our workplace, our people connected with colleagues and clients virtually, as well as engaging in various on-line team-building activities. We also continued to deliver relevant training courses to engage with and prepare our team members for the future.

We are cognizant of the future, post-pandemic; when we need to position ourselves for different aspects of market challenges. Therefore, it is vital that we continue to reinvent ourselves to deliver new differentiated physical and digital offerings for our clients, blending sensory experiences with meaningful storytelling incorporating technologies. We will continue to take steps to strengthen our team's capabilities, increase efficiency and creative offerings that are in keeping with market demands, as we steer the business forward.

BENEDICT SOH
Chairman

Benedict Soh
Chairman

Benedict Soh is dedicated to honing the Group's leadership capabilities and human capital, in addition to his role in charting the Group's strategic direction and exploring new business opportunities. One of two founders of the Group, he has contributed significantly to its growth and has over 40 years of experience in the design & production of interiors, exhibits and marketing communications. Benedict has contributed his services to relevant Government agencies for various initiatives to improve Singapore's international standing in Tourism & Exhibition Services. He is currently a member of the Singapore Business Federation (SBF) Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises Committee (SMEC).

A strong proponent of education, Benedict is the Chairman of the MDIS School of Tourism & Hospitality Industrial Advisory Board and a member of its academic board. He is also a member of SHATEC's Academic & Examination Advisory Council. In 2014, US-based Exhibit Designers & Producers Association (EDPA) conferred the prestigious Hazel Hays Award in recognition of Benedict's outstanding contributions to the trade show industry, in addition to the Lifetime Achievement for Outstanding Contribution to Tourism accorded by the Singapore Tourism Board in 2012. Benedict holds a Master of Business Administration from the University of Hull, UK.

Simon Ong
Deputy Chairman

Simon Ong oversees the strategic planning and development of the Group as well as its creative and brand standards. He is one of the Group's two founders and has contributed significantly to its growth. He is a member of Singapore Interior Design Accreditation Council and Singapore Furniture Industries Council (Design). Simon served as Chairman of the design cluster in the Manpower, Skills & Training Council of WDA, President of the Interior Designers Association (Singapore), an IDP member of the Design Singapore Council, an advisory board member to the Design Business Chamber of Singapore and a board member of SHOP!, a leading Association of Retail Environments in USA. In 2019, he was inducted into the Shop! Hall of Fame in recognition of his significant contributions to the industry.

An ardent advocate of education, Simon currently serves as a board director of Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA). He served as a member of the Advisory Board to the School of Design & Environment at the National University of Singapore (NUS) and Temasek Polytechnic School of Design, and a member of Design Education Review Committee, Singapore (DERC). He was the former Chairman of the School Advisory Board of Cedar Girls Secondary School, and Vice-Chairman of the Potong Pasir CC Management Committee. He was awarded a Master in Design from the University of New South Wales, Australia, and a Master of Business Administration from the University of South Australia.

Andrew Cheng
Group Chief Executive Officer

Andrew Cheng oversees the Group's day-to-day management, as well as its corporate affairs, business development and strategic planning functions. He has more than 30 years of experience in marketing, sales management, consulting, business development and investor relations. Andrew has a Bachelor of Economics degree from the University of Tasmania, Australia.

Anthony Chong
Group Managing Director,
Exhibitions & Thematic

Anthony Chong drives the strategic management and day-to-day operations of the Group's Theme Parks, Museums, Exhibitions and Events businesses. He has more than 35 years of experience in marketing and the fulfilment of different disciplines that encompass world-class attractions, tradeshows, retail interiors and large-scale sporting & corporate events. He currently serves as a member of the School Advisory Council in Cedar Girls Secondary School. Anthony holds a Master of Business Administration from Victoria University of Technology, Australia.

Alex Wee
Group Managing Director,
Retail & Corporate Interiors

Alex Wee has more than 30 years of experience in the fulfilment of retail & corporate interior fit-outs, custom fixture manufacturing, and general contracting. He is responsible for the strategic management and day-to-day operations of the Group's Retail & Corporate Interiors business. Alex has a Bachelor of Construction Management (Honours) from University of Newcastle, Australia, and a Master of Science in Marketing & Consumer Insight from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.

Sebastian Tan
Independent Director

Sebastian Tan was appointed Independent Director of the Company in April 2013. In May 2000, he co- founded Boardroom Limited, a company listed on the Singapore Exchange (SGX-ST) and was delisted in August 2019. He was the Managing/Finance Director of Boardroom Limited from May 2000 to March 2013. Having retired from Boardroom Limited, he continues to be an Advisor. Prior to May 2000, he was with Ernst & Young Singapore and its affiliates since September 1973.

Sebastian is currently an Independent Non-Executive Chairman of Jumbo Group Limited and Vibrant Group Ltd and an Independent Director of Food Empire Holdings Limited, IPC Corporation Ltd, Ezra Holdings Limited and Wilton Resources Corporation Ltd. He is also a trustee of Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple and a director of D S Lee Foundation and EtonHouse Community Fund Limited. He is a qualified financial professional from the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (UK). He was awarded the Public Service Medal in 1996.

Cynthia Tan
Independent Director

Cynthia Tan was appointed Independent Director of the Company in November 2016. Prior to joining the board, she spent 16 years as the Executive Vice President, Head of Group Human Resources for OCBC Bank. In her earlier career, she headed the HR functions in LVMH/Duty-Free Group and Apple Computer Singapore. She was a former lecturer at Ngee Ann Polytechnic's School of Business & Accountancy before joining the private sector.

Cynthia is currently an Independent Director of Valuemax Group Limited. She leads the Asia Pacific CHRO council for The Conference Board. She also serves as a Board member of the YMCA Singapore and the Dyslexia Association of Singapore.

Cynthia is a trained Executive Coach from Columbia University, US and certified Diversity Practitioner from Cornell University, US. She obtained her Doctorate in Business Administration from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Master in Gerontology from the University of Southampton, UK, Master of Business Administration from the University of Hull, UK, and Diploma in Personnel Management from the University of Cardiff, UK.

Derek Loh
Independent Director

Derek Loh was appointed Independent Director of the Company in May 2021. He holds a Master of Arts (M.A.), Law (Honours) from the University of Cambridge, UK and practices law in Singapore as an Executive Director of TSMP Law Corporation, specialising in construction and engineering law. He is an Advocate and Solicitor of the Supreme Court.

Derek is currently an Independent Director of Adventus Holdings Limited, Memiontec Holdings Limited and Vibrant Group Limited. He is a member of the Board of Governors of Saint Joseph's International (“SJI”) and also a trustee and a member of the Management Committee of SJI Philanthropic Fund for the Lasallian Mission Ltd, a registered charity in Singapore.

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Financial Statements And Related Announcement - Half Yearly Results


Extracted from Annual Report 2021

Results For the Year
FY2017
S$'000
FY2018
S$'000
FY2019
S$'000
FY2020
S$'000
FY2021
S$'000
Revenue
307,254
360,928
365,922
286,958
273,177
Gross profit
77,198
82,037
77,256
65,971
58,894
Profit before tax
10,168
11,100
2,174
(9,194)
1,049
Profit/(loss) net of tax attributable to equity holders of the Company
9,741
8,154
518
(11,117)
1,004
 
At Year-end (S$'000)
Total assets
246,365
293,953
286,358
263,775
250,410
Total liabilities
124,315
172,554
171,581
157,986
141,373
Shareholders' funds
120,924
121,222
115,089
105,017
109,512
Cash and cash equivalents
71,073
77,508
63,587
78,672
80,389
Borrowings
13,933
35,675
33,374
34,820
28,801
 
Per Share (cents)
Earnings - basic and diluted
4.90
4.09
0.26
(5.50)
0.50
Dividends
2.50
2.50
1.00
-
-
Net assets
60.73
60.74
56.99
52.00
54.23
 
Key Ratios (%)
Revenue growth
(6.8)
17.5
1.4
(21.6)
(4.8)
Gross profit margin
25.1
22.7
21.1
23.0
21.6
Net profit margin
3.2
2.3
0.1
(3.9)
0.4
Return on shareholders' funds
8.2
6.7
0.4
(10.1)
0.9
Debt equity
11.5
29.4
29.0
33.2
26.3


REVENUE BY ACTIVITIES

Activities
Year Ended 31 Dec 21
Year Ended 31 Dec 20
S$'000
%
S$'000
%
Exhibitions,Thematic & Attractions
108,834
39.8
148,556
51.8
Retail & Corporate Interiors
148,429
54.3
119,897
41.8
Research & Design
12,992
4.8
15,032
5.2
Alternative Marketing
2,922
1.1
3,473
1.2
Total Revenue
273,177
100.0
286,958
100.0


REVENUE BY GEOGRAPHY

Geography
Year Ended 31 Dec 21
Year Ended 31 Dec 20
S$'000
%
S$'000
S$'000
South Asia
152,183
55.7
157,667
54.9
North Asia
106,309
38.9
116,683
40.7
Middle East
1,181
0.4
3,144
1.1
United States and Canada
11,536
4.2
7,118
2.5
Europe
917
0.4
1,707
0.6
Others
1,051
0.4
639
0.2
Total Revenue
273,177
100.0
286,958
100.0


Consolidated Statement of Profit or Loss

 
Year Ended 31 Dec 21
S$'000
Year Ended 31 Dec 20
S$'000
+ / (-)
%
Revenue      
Exhibitions, Thematic & Attractions
108,834
148,556
(26.7)
Retail & Corporate Interiors
148,429
119,897
23.8
Research & Design
12,992
15,032
(13.6)
Alternative Marketing
2,922
3,473
(15.9)
       
Total revenue
273,177
286,958
(4.8)
Cost of sales
(214,283)
(220,987)
(3.0)
       
Gross profit
58,894
65,971
(10.7)
Other items of income
 
 
 
   Interest income
268
398
(32.7)
   Other income
9,005
12,433
(27.6)
Other items of expense
 
 
 
   Depreciation of property, plant and equipment
(2,960)
(3,306)
(10.5)
   Employee benefits expense
(48,254)
(52,263)
(7.7)
   Other expenses
(13,880)
(29,147)
(52.4)
   Interest expense
(892)
(1,172)
(23.9)
Share of result of joint venture
-
(403)
n/m
Share of results of associates
(1,132)
(1,705)
(33.6)
       
Profit/(loss) before tax
1,049
(9,194)
n/m
Income tax expense
(1,191)
(719)
65.6
       
Loss net of tax
(142)
(9,913)
(98.6)
       
Profit/(loss) net of tax attributable to:
 
 
 
Equity holders of the Company
1,004
(11,117)
n/m
Non-controlling interests
(1,146)
1,204
n/m
       
Loss net of tax
(142)
(9,913)
(98.6)
       

Note:
n/m = not meaningful

Revenue

For the financial year ended 31 December 2021 ("FY2021"), the Group recorded a revenue of S$273.2 million, a decrease of S$13.8 million or 4.8% compared to S$287.0 million for the previous corresponding financial year ended 31 December 2020 (“FY2020”).

The Exhibitions, Thematic & Attractions division registered a revenue of S$108.8 million in FY2021, a decrease of S$39.7 million or 26.7% from S$148.5 million recorded in FY2020. The decrease in revenue was mainly due to the cancellation and postponement of physical trade shows, conferences and events by clients and the restriction of operations for experiential attractions, as the division continued to face headwinds due to international travel restrictions and strict capacity constraints. Amid the pandemic, the growing demand for hybrid digital/virtual trade shows, conferences and events has enabled the division to secure some of these new projects. These, coupled with the division's continued work on government related COVID-19 projects and multiple thematic projects, have helped to partially offset the fall in revenue.

The Retail & Corporate Interiors division recorded a revenue of S$148.4 million in FY2021, an increase of S$28.5 million or 23.8% compared to S$119.9 million in FY2020. The division has remained agile and resilient during the ongoing challenges of delays, disruptions and restrictions to project execution, and managed to capture new opportunities that emerged, which contributed positively to its revenue.

The Research & Design division achieved a revenue of S$13.0 million in FY2021, a decrease of S$2.0 million or 13.6% from S$15.0 million recorded in FY2020. Although some projects were put on hold, the division continued to secure new projects and see numerous projects proceeding or completed as planned.

The Alternative Marketing division registered a revenue of S$2.9 million in FY2021, a decrease of S$0.6 million or 15.9% from S$3.5 million in FY2020. The division was impacted by the fall in demand for brand activation events and projects following cancellation and postponement by clients.

Gross Profit

Gross profit in FY2021 decreased by S$7.1 million or 10.7% to S$58.9 million compared to S$66.0 million recorded in FY2020. The decrease was a result of lower revenue registered and lower margin achieved for certain events and projects. Gross profit margin was lower at 21.6% in FY2021 compared to 23.0% in FY2020.

Other Items Of Income

Interest income decreased by S$130,000 or 32.7% from S$398,000 in FY2020 to S$268,000 in FY2021. The decrease was mainly due to a decline in the fixed deposit interest rates offered by banks.

Other income decreased by S$3.4 million or 27.6% from S$12.4 million recorded in FY2020 to S$9.0 million in FY2021. The decrease was mainly due to the recognition of lower grants, subsidies and rebates (arising largely from the Jobs Support Scheme) and write-off of long outstanding trade and other payables, and partially offset by the recognition of a gain on disposal of assets classified as held for sale as the sale was completed during the year.

Other Items Of Expense

Depreciation charge on property, plant and equipment was S$3.0 million in FY2021, a decrease of S$0.3 million or 10.5% from S$3.3 million in FY2020. The decrease was mainly due to fully depreciated assets, of which no further depreciation charge was recorded.

Employee benefits expense declined by S$4.0 million or 7.7% from S$52.3 million in FY2020 to S$48.3 million in FY2021. The decline was mainly due to lower performance linked incentives recorded and a reduction in headcount as the Group continues to right-size its workforce.

Other expenses stood at S$13.9 million in FY2021, a decrease of S$15.3 million or 52.4% compared to S$29.2 million in FY2020. The decrease was mainly due to cost containment and saving measures implemented, lower impairment losses recognised on doubtful trade receivables, property, plant and equipment (experiential and themed attraction asset) and right-of-use asset (lease of retail premises for the operation of the experiential and themed attraction business) and the absence of impairment losses recognised on contract assets and intangible assets. The impairment loss on doubtful trade receivables mainly pertains to final account claims and retention sums and was made in consideration of the difficulty encountered in the recovery of the balances after taking into account factors such as outcome of negotiations, insolvency or significant financial difficulties and potential default or significant delay in payments. The impairment losses on property, plant and equipment and right-of-use asset were recognised after a review of the assets and the assumptions used in the assessment of their carrying values, including the impact and implications of the pandemic.

Interest expense fell by S$0.3 million or 23.9% from S$1.2 million in FY2020 to S$0.9 million in FY2021. The fall in interest expense was mainly due to a lower amount of loans and borrowings outstanding and lower interest rates charged on the loans and borrowings.

Share Of Result Of Joint Venture

Share of loss of joint venture in FY2021 was not recognised as the Group does not have any obligations in respect of the loss where its share of loss exceeds the Group's interest in the joint venture. The Group's cumulative share of the unrecognised losses as at 31 December 2021 was S$0.6 million.

Share Of Results Of Associates

Share of losses of associates decreased by S$0.6 million or 33.6% from S$1.7 million in FY2020 to S$1.1 million in FY2021. The decrease was mainly due to lower loss contribution from certain associates.

Income Tax Expense

Income tax expense increased by S$0.5 million or 65.6% from S$0.7 million in FY2020 to S$1.2 million in FY2021. The income tax expense was mainly due to the utilisation of deferred tax assets arising from tax losses of entities of the Group and the recognition of income tax payable by profitable entities of the Group.

Profit Net Of Tax Attributable To Equity Holders Of The Company

Based on the above, the Group recorded a profit net of tax attributable to equity holders of the Company of S$1.0 million in FY2021 compared to a loss net of tax attributable to equity holders of the Company of S$11.1 million in FY2020.

REVIEW OF FINANCIAL POSITION

Non-current Assets

Non-current assets amounted to S$65.3 million as at 31 December 2021, representing a decrease of S$7.3 million from S$72.6 million as at 31 December 2020. The decrease was mainly due to lower property, plant and equipment, investments in associates, right-of-use assets and deferred tax assets of S$7.0 million, S$1.3 million, S$1.7 million and S$1.2 million respectively, and partially offset by higher investment property and other investments of S$1.6 million and S$2.4 million respectively.

The decrease in property, plant and equipment was mainly due to the depreciation charge for the year, reclassification of freehold land and building (that were leased out to earn rental income and no longer held in use for business operations) to investment property, disposal of assets and impairment loss on experiential and themed attraction asset, and partially offset by addition of assets.

The decrease in investments in associates was mainly due to the equity accounting of the share of losses for the year.

The decrease in right-of-use assets was mainly due to the depreciation charge for the year and impairment loss on the lease of retail premises for the operation of the experiential and themed attraction business, and partially offset by addition of assets.

The decrease in deferred tax assets was mainly attributable to the utilisation of deferred tax assets during the year arising from tax losses of entities of the Group.

The investment property relates to a property of a subsidiary, comprising of freehold land and building, that was leased out at year end to a third party to earn rental income. Consequently, the freehold land and building were reclassified from property, plant and equipment to investment property as they were no longer held in use by the subsidiary for its business operations.

The increase in other investments was due to the subscription to a rights and warrants issue arising from the investment in quoted equity shares during the year and the recognition of a net increase in the fair value of the investment in quoted equity shares and warrants based on quoted market prices as at year end.

Current Assets

Current assets amounted to S$185.1 million as at 31 December 2021, representing a decrease of S$6.0 million from S$191.1 million as at 31 December 2020. The decrease was mainly due to lower trade and other receivables and assets classified as held for sale of S$6.7 million and S$1.6 million respectively, and partially offset by higher contract assets, other assets and cash and cash equivalents of S$0.8 million, S$0.5 million and S$1.3 million respectively.

Trade and other receivables comprise of trade receivables and other receivables of S$63.3 million (2020: S$69.2 million) and S$11.0 million (2020: S$11.8 million) respectively. The decrease in trade receivables of S$5.9 million was mainly due to the collections made and the impairment loss recognised, and is in line with the level of business activities during the year due to the pandemic. The decrease in other receivables of S$0.8 million was mainly due to lower miscellaneous receivables of S$2.4 million due to collections made, and partially offset by a loan of S$0.9 million to a joint venture for working capital purpose and higher deposits of S$0.7 million.

The assets classified as held for sale (which comprised of freehold land and building reclassified from property, plant and equipment for the sale) were derecognised as the sale was completed during the year.

The increase in contract assets was mainly due to the longer duration taken to perform and complete the work and the subsequent approval by, and invoicing to, clients due to the pandemic.

The increase in other assets was mainly due to more prepayments made and is in line with the business activities during the year due to the pandemic.

The increase in cash and cash equivalents was mainly attributable to the cash inflows from operating and investing activities and partially offset by the cash outflows from financing activities.

Non-current Liabilities

Non-current liabilities amounted to S$24.9 million as at 31 December 2021, representing a decrease of S$4.3 million from S$29.2 million as at 31 December 2020. The decrease was mainly due to lower other financial liabilities of S$4.2 million.

Other financial liabilities comprise of loans and borrowings and lease liabilities of S$18.7 million (2020: S$21.8 million) and S$4.7 million (2020: S$5.8 million) respectively. The decrease in loans and borrowings of S$3.1 million and lease liabilities of S$1.1 million was due to amounts reclassified from non-current to current as they become due and repayable within the next 12 months from 31 December 2021. The decrease in lease liabilities was partially offset by new lease liabilities taken out.

Current Liabilities

Current liabilities amounted to S$116.5 million as at 31 December 2021, representing a decrease of S$12.3 million from S$128.8 million as at 31 December 2020. The decrease was mainly due to lower trade and other payables and other financial liabilities of S$11.0 million and S$3.5 million respectively, and partially offset by higher contract liabilities and other liabilities of S$1.5 million and S$1.7 million respectively.

Trade and other payables comprise of trade payables and other payables of S$75.4 million (2020: S$82.6 million) and S$16.2 million (2020: S$20.0 million) respectively. The decrease in trade payables of S$7.2 million was mainly due to the payments made, and is in line with the level of business activities during the year due to the pandemic. The decrease in other payables of S$3.8 million was mainly due to lower miscellaneous payables and accrued operating expenses of S$1.3 million and S$3.1 million respectively due to payments made, and partially offset by higher provision for unutilised leave of S$0.5 million.

Other financial liabilities comprise of loans and borrowings and lease liabilities of S$10.1 million (2020: S$13.0 million) and S$2.1 million (2020: S$2.8 million) respectively. The decrease in loans and borrowings of S$2.9 million and lease liabilities of S$0.7 million was due to repayments of matured amounts, and partially offset by new amounts taken out and amounts reclassified from non-current to current as they become due and repayable within the next 12 months from 31 December 2021.

The increase in contract liabilities was mainly due to advance consideration received from clients for ongoing projects, progress billings issued in excess of the right to payment and the longer duration taken to perform and complete the work due to the pandemic.

Other liabilities comprise of deferred income of S$4.5 million (2020: S$2.8 million) and the increase was due to higher amounts recognised for new projects and is in line with the business activities during the year due to the pandemic.

REVIEW OF CASH FLOW POSITION

Net cash from operating activities of S$6.5 million in FY2021 arose mainly from profit before tax of S$1.0 million and adjusted for a net increase in non-cash flow items of S$11.2 million (largely from depreciation of property, plant and equipment, depreciation of right-of-use assets, impairment losses on property, plant and equipment, right-of-use asset and doubtful trade receivables and gain on disposal of assets classified as held for sale) and cash outflow from a net increase in working capital requirements of S$4.2 million (largely from movements in trade and other receivables, trade and other payables and other liabilities), and partially offset by income tax paid of S$1.2 million.

Net cash from investing activities of S$3.0 million in FY2021 arose mainly from proceeds from disposal of assets classified as held for sale of S$3.1 million and proceeds from disposal of property, plant and equipment of S$0.8 million, and partially offset by purchase of property, plant and equipment of S$0.7 million and acquisition of other investments of S$0.3 million.

Net cash used in financing activities of S$9.0 million in FY2021 arose mainly from net repayment of loans and borrowings of S$5.7 million and repayment of lease liabilities of S$3.4 million.

Based on the above, the Group had a net increase in cash and cash equivalents of S$0.5 million in FY2021 and the cash and cash equivalents stood at S$80.4 million as at 31 December 2021.

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Period Full Year
Dec 2021
Full Year
Dec 2020
Full Year
Dec 2019
Earnings Per Share (SGD)
(Earnings/Latest No. Of Shares)
0.00 -0.06 0.00
Net Asset Value Per Share (SGD)
(Shareholders' Equity/Latest No. Of Shares)
0.54 0.52 0.57
Price Earnings Ratio (PER)
(Price/EPS)
56.34 0.00 108.95
Price/Revenue
(Price x Latest No. Of Shares/Revenue)
0.21 0.20 0.15
Net Earnings Margin (%)
(Net Earnings/Revenue)
0.37 -3.87 0.14
Revenue Growth (%)
((Current Year Revenue - Last Year Revenue) / Last Year Revenue)
-4.80 -21.58 1.38
Net Earnings Growth (%)
((Current Year Earnings - Last Year Earnings) / Last Year Earnings)
109.03 -2246.14 -93.65
Return On Asset (ROA) (%)
(Net Earnings/Total Assets)
0.40 -4.21 0.18
Return On Equity (ROE) (%)
(Net Earnings/Equity)
0.92 0.00 0.45
Current Ratio
(Current Assets/Current Liabilities)
1.59 1.48 1.38

Notes
  1. Adjusted Fundamental Data is data that is adjusted for share splits, bonus issues, share consolidations, rights issues and other changes in share capital (such as placement shares). The latest number of shares is used to calculate these adjusted ratios and is applied right across all the full year results. ShareInvestor updates the total number of shares in issue on a best effort basis.

  2. Share splits, bonus issues, share consolidations and rights issues are updated on the ex-date whereas other changes in share capital are updated within 7 working days of the release of the company's latest Results Announcement.

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Date Type Remarks
Historical Events
13 Aug 2022 Half Year Results
28 Apr 2022 AGM 10.00 A.M. BY WAY OF ELECTRONIC MEANS AND SHAREHOLDERS WILL NOT BE ABLE TO ATTEND THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING IN PERSON.
01 Mar 2022 Full Year Results
13 Aug 2021 Half Year Results
29 Apr 2021 AGM 10.00 A.M. BY WAY OF ELECTRONIC MEANS AND SHAREHOLDERS WILL NOT BE ABLE TO ATTEND THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING IN PERSON.
27 Feb 2021 Full Year Results
13 Aug 2020 Half Year Results
14 May 2020 AGM 10.00 A.M. BY ELECTRONIC MEANS.
27 Feb 2020 Full Year Results
07 Nov 2019 3rd Quarter Results
Notes
  • Dates with early, mid or late descriptions are based on the dates from the previous year's results. These are not indicative of future result announcements dates.

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Historical EPS ($) a
0.00497
NAV ($) b
0.5279
Historical PE
56.338
Price / NAV b
0.530
Dividend ($) d
-
52 Weeks High
0.340
Dividend Yield (%) d
-
52 Weeks Low
0.205
Par Value ($)
n.a.
Market Cap (M)
56.545
Issued & Paid-up Shares c
201,948,000
Notes
  • Based on latest Full Year results announcement, adjusted for the current number of shares.
  • Based on latest results announcement (Full Year, Half Year or Interim), adjusted for the current number of shares.
  • Rounded to the nearest thousand. Updated on 12/08/2022
  • Dividend is based on latest Full Year results announcement, adjusted for current number of shares and excludes special dividend.

IPO Information

Listing Date
Sep 19, 2003
Subscription Rate
243.00
IPO Price
0.198
Current vs IPO Price (%)
41.41
First Day Close
0.390
First Day Gain (%)
97.0
First Week Close
0.330
First Week Gain (%)
66.7


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Announce Date
[Date of
Effective
Change]
Buyer / Seller Name
[Type*]
S / W / U ** Bought/
(Sold)
('000)
Price($) After Trade Note
No. of Shares ('000) *** % Held
***
02/03/21
[02/03/21]
CHENG OON TECK [DIR] S/U 1,000   - 1,665 0.82 Note
Remarks
Acquisition of Securities via off-market transaction (e.g. married deals)

Amount of consideration paid or received by Director/CEO (excluding brokerage and stamp duties): SGD 240,000.00

Immediately after the transaction
No. of ordinary voting shares/units held: 1664960 (Direct Interest); 0 (Deemed Interest)
As a percentage of total no. of ordinary voting shares/units: 0.82000000 (Direct Interest); 0.00000000 (Deemed Interest)
02/03/21
[02/03/21]
SIMON ONG CHIN SIM [DIR] S/U 500   - 46,834 23.19 Note
Remarks
Acquisition of Securities via off-market transaction (e.g. married deals)

Amount of consideration paid or received by Director/CEO (excluding brokerage and stamp duties): SGD 120,000.00

Immediately after the transaction
No. of ordinary voting shares/units held: 8840830 (Direct Interest); 37993060 (Deemed Interest)
As a percentage of total no. of ordinary voting shares/units: 4.38000000 (Direct Interest); 18.81000000 (Deemed Interest)
MR SIMON ONG CHIN SIM'S DEEMED INTEREST REFERS TO THE 37,993,060 SHARES HELD BY O-VEST PTE. LTD. BY VIRTUE OF SECTION 7 OF THE COMPANIES ACT, CAP. 50 OF SINGAPORE

02/03/21
[02/03/21]
SOH SIAK POH BENEDICT [DIR] S/U 500   - 47,034 23.29 Note
Remarks
ACQUISITION OF 500,000 ORDINARY SHARES IN THE CAPITAL OF KINGSMEN CREATIVES LTD. VIA OFF-MARKET TRANSACTION BY ISLANDA PTE. LTD.

Immediately after the transaction
No. of ordinary voting shares/units held: 8540849 (Direct Interest); 38493060 (Deemed Interest)
As a percentage of total no. of ordinary voting shares/units: 4.23000000 (Direct Interest); 19.06000000 (Deemed Interest)
MR SOH SIAK POH BENEDICT'S DEEMED INTEREST REFERS TO THE 38,493,060 SHARES HELD BY ISLANDA PTE. LTD. BY VIRTUE OF SECTION 7 OF THE COMPANIES ACT, CAP. 50 OF SINGAPORE

02/03/21
[02/03/21]
ISLANDA PTE. LTD. [SSH] S/U 500   - 38,493 19.06 Note
Remarks
Acquisition of Securities via off-market transaction (e.g. married deals)

Amount of consideration paid or received by Substantial Shareholder/Unitholder (excluding brokerage and stamp duties): SGD 120,000

Immediately after the transaction
No. of ordinary voting shares/units held: 38493060 (Direct Interest); 0 (Deemed Interest)
As a percentage of total no. of ordinary voting shares/units: 19.06000000 (Direct Interest); 0.00000000 (Deemed Interest)
13/05/19
[13/05/19]
CHENG OON TECK [DIR] S/U 9   - 665 0.33 Note
Remarks
GRANT OF SHARE AWARD UNDER THE KINGSMEN PERFORMANCE SHARE SCHEME. Immediately after the transaction
No. of ordinary voting shares/units held: 664960 (Direct Interest); 0 (Deemed Interest) As a percentage of total no. of ordinary voting shares/units: 0.33000000 (Direct Interest); 0.00000000 (Deemed Interest)
07/05/18
[07/05/18]
CHONG SIEW LING [DIR] S/U 46   - 4,151 2.08 Note
Remarks
GRANT OF SHARE AWARD UNDER THE KINGSMEN PERFORMANCE SHARE SCHEME. Immediately after the transaction
No. of ordinary voting shares/units held: 4150531 (Direct Interest); 0 (Deemed Interest) As a percentage of total no. of ordinary voting shares/units: 2.08000000 (Direct Interest); 0.00000000 (Deemed Interest)
07/05/18
[07/05/18]
CHENG OON TECK [DIR] S/U 9   - 656 0.33 Note
Remarks
GRANT OF SHARE AWARD UNDER THE KINGSMEN PERFORMANCE SCHEME. Immediately after the transaction
No. of ordinary voting shares/units held: 656400 (Direct Interest); 0 (Deemed Interest) As a percentage of total no. of ordinary voting shares/units: 0.33000000 (Direct Interest); 0.00000000 (Deemed Interest)
05/05/17
[05/05/17]
CHONG SIEW LING [DIR] S/U 142   - 4,105 2.06 Note
Remarks
GRANT OF SHARE AWARD UNDER THE KINGSMEN PERFORMANCE SHARE SCHEME. Immediately after the transaction
No. of ordinary voting shares/units held: 4104731 (Direct Interest); 0 (Deemed Interest) As a percentage of total no. of ordinary voting shares/units: 2.06000000 (Direct Interest); 0.00000000 (Deemed Interest)
05/05/17
[05/05/17]
CHENG OON TECK [DIR] S/U 11   - 648 0.33 Note
Remarks
GRANT OF SHARE AWARD UNDER THE KINGSMEN PERFORMANCE SHARE SCHEME. Immediately after the transaction
No. of ordinary voting shares/units held: 647690 (Direct Interest); 0 (Deemed Interest) As a percentage of total no. of ordinary voting shares/units: 0.33000000 (Direct Interest); 0.00000000 (Deemed Interest)
05/05/17
[05/05/17]
SIMON ONG CHIN SIM [DIR] S/U 11   - 46,334 23.27 Note
Remarks
GRANT OF SHARE AWARD UNDER THE KINGSMEN PERFORMANCE SHARE SCHEME AS APPROVED BY SHAREHOLDERS AT THE FOURTEENTH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF KINGSMEN CREATIVES LTD. HELD ON 28 APRIL 2017. Immediately after the transaction
No. of ordinary voting shares/units held: 8340830 (Direct Interest); 37993060 (Deemed Interest) As a percentage of total no. of ordinary voting shares/units: 4.19000000 (Direct Interest); 19.08000000 (Deemed Interest)
MR SIMON ONG CHIN SIM'S DEEMED INTEREST REFERS TO THE 37,993,060 SHARES HELD BY O-VEST PTE. LTD. BY VIRTUE OF SECTION 7 OF THE COMPANIES ACT, CAP. 50 OF SINGAPORE.
05/05/17
[05/05/17]
SOH SIAK POH BENEDICT [DIR] S/U 11   - 46,534 23.37 Note
Remarks
GRANT OF SHARE AWARD UNDER THE KINGSMEN PERFORMANCE SHARE SCHEME AS APPROVED BY SHAREHOLDERS AT THE FOURTEENTH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF KINGSMEN CREATIVES LTD. HELD ON 28 APRIL 2017. Immediately after the transaction
No. of ordinary voting shares/units held: 8540849 (Direct Interest); 37993060 (Deemed Interest) As a percentage of total no. of ordinary voting shares/units: 4.29000000 (Direct Interest); 19.08000000 (Deemed Interest)
MR SOH SIAK POH BENEDICT'S DEEMED INTEREST REFERS TO THE 37,993,060 SHARES HELD BY ISLANDA PTE. LTD. BY VIRTUE OF SECTION 7 OF THE COMPANIES ACT, CAP. 50 OF SINGAPORE.
23/02/17
[23/02/17]
SOH SIAK POH BENEDICT [DIR] S/U 61   - 46,522 23.48 Note
Remarks
Acquisition of Securities via market transaction Amount of consideration paid or received by Director/CEO (excluding brokerage and stamp duties): SGD 38,430.00 Immediately after the transaction
No. of ordinary voting shares/units held: 8529419 (Direct Interest); 37993060 (Deemed Interest) As a percentage of total no. of ordinary voting shares/units: 4.30000000 (Direct Interest); 19.18000000 (Deemed Interest)
MR SOH SIAK POH BENEDICT'S DEEMED INTEREST REFERS TO THE 37,993,060 SHARES HELD BY ISLANDA PTE. LTD. BY VIRTUE OF SECTION 7 OF THE COMPANIES ACT, CAP.50 OF SINGAPORE.
22/02/17
[22/02/17]
SOH SIAK POH BENEDICT [DIR] S/U 139   - 46,461 23.45 Note
Remarks
Acquisition of Securities via market transaction Amount of consideration paid or received by Director/CEO (excluding brokerage and stamp duties): SGD 87,895.00 Immediately after the transaction
No. of ordinary voting shares/units held: 8468419 (Direct Interest); 37993060 (Deemed Interest) As a percentage of total no. of ordinary voting shares/units: 4.27000000 (Direct Interest); 19.18000000 (Deemed Interest)
MR SOH SIAK POH BENEDICT'S DEEMED INTEREST REFERS TO THE 37,993,060 SHARES HELD BY ISLANDA PTE. LTD. BY VIRTUE OF SECTION 7 OF THE COMPANIES ACT, CAP.50 OF SINGAPORE.
14/02/17
[09/02/17]
Delta Lloyd Asset Management N.V. [SSH] S/U (269)   - 9,744 4.92 Note
Remarks
Disposal of Securities via market transaction Amount of consideration paid or received by Substantial Shareholder/Unitholder (excluding brokerage and stamp duties): SGD 164,475.70 Immediately after the transaction
No. of ordinary voting shares/units held: 0 (Direct Interest); 9743500 (Deemed Interest) As a percentage of total no. of ordinary voting shares/units: 0.00000000 (Direct Interest); 4.92000000 (Deemed Interest)
1. Delta Lloyd N.V. (100%) 2. DLAM Holding B.V. (100%) 3. Delta Lloyd Asset Management N.V. The above holdings are registered in the name of Delta Lloyd Azie Deelnemingen Fonds N.V. (Custodian being Kas Bank N.V.) and Delta Lloyd Asian Participation Fund (Custodian being Banque de Luxembourg S.A.). The above percentages are calculated based on the total number of 198.40.781 Ordinary Shares of the Company as of 17 January 2017
24/01/17
[18/01/17]
Delta Lloyd Asset Management N.V. [SSH] S/U (457)   - 11,595 5.85 Note
Remarks
Disposal of Securities via market transaction Amount of consideration paid or received by Substantial Shareholder/Unitholder (excluding brokerage and stamp duties): SGD 278,488.20 Immediately after the transaction
No. of ordinary voting shares/units held: 0 (Direct Interest); 11594700 (Deemed Interest) As a percentage of total no. of ordinary voting shares/units: 0.00000000 (Direct Interest); 5.85000000 (Deemed Interest)
1. Delta Lloyd N.V. (100%) 2. DLAM Holding B.V. (100%) 3. Delta Lloyd Asset Management N.V. The above holdings are registered in the name of Delta Lloyd Azie Deelnemingen Fonds N.V. (Custodian being Kas Bank N.V.) and Delta Lloyd Asian Participation Fund (Custodian being Banque de Luxembourg S.A.). The above percentages are calculated based on the total number of 198.40.781 Ordinary Shares of the Company as of 17 January 2017
06/05/16
[06/05/16]
CHONG SIEW LING [DIR] S/U 228   - 3,963 2.00 Note
Remarks
GRANT OF SHARE AWARD UNDER THE KINGSMEN PERFORMANCE SHARE SCHEME. Immediately after the transaction
No. of ordinary voting shares/units held: 3963061 (Direct Interest); 0 (Deemed Interest) As a percentage of total no. of ordinary voting shares/units: 2.00000000 (Direct Interest); 0.00000000 (Deemed Interest)
06/05/16
[06/05/16]
SIMON ONG CHIN SIM [DIR] S/U 175   - 46,322 23.38 Note
Remarks
GRANT OF SHARE AWARD UNDER THE KINGSMEN PERFORMANCE SHARE SCHEME AS APPROVED BY SHAREHOLDERS AT THE THIRTEENTH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF KINGSMEN CREATIVES LTD. HELD ON 28 APRIL 2016. Immediately after the transaction
No. of ordinary voting shares/units held: 8329400 (Direct Interest); 37993060 (Deemed Interest) As a percentage of total no. of ordinary voting shares/units: 4.20000000 (Direct Interest); 19.18000000 (Deemed Interest)
MR SIMON ONG CHIN SIM'S DEEMED INTEREST REFERS TO THE 37,993,060 SHARES HELD BY O-VEST PTE. LTD. BY VIRTUE OF SECTION 7 OF THE COMPANIES ACT, CAP. 50 OF SINGAPORE
06/05/16
[06/05/16]
SOH SIAK POH BENEDICT [DIR] S/U 175   - 46,322 23.38 Note
Remarks
GRANT OF SHARE AWARD UNDER THE KINGSMEN PERFORMANCE SHARE SCHEME AS APPROVED BY SHAREHOLDERS AT THE THIRTEENTH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF KINGSMEN CREATIVES LTD. HELD ON 28 APRIL 2016. Immediately after the transaction
No. of ordinary voting shares/units held: 8329419 (Direct Interest); 37993060 (Deemed Interest) As a percentage of total no. of ordinary voting shares/units: 4.20000000 (Direct Interest); 19.18000000 (Deemed Interest)
MR SOH SIAK POH BENEDICT'S DEEMED INTEREST REFERS TO THE 37,993,060 SHARES HELD BY ISLANDA PTE. LTD. BY VIRTUE OF SECTION 7 OF THE COMPANIES ACT, CAP. 50 OF SINGAPORE.
06/04/16
[06/04/16]
KINGSMEN CREATIVES LTD [COY] S/U 41 SGD 0.650 NA NA Note
Remarks
Share buy-back by way of market acquisition on 6 April 2016.
19/01/16
[19/01/16]
KINGSMEN CREATIVES LTD [COY] S/U 47 SGD 0.650 NA NA Note
Remarks
Share buy-back by way of market acquisition on 19 January 2016.
18/01/16
[18/01/16]
KINGSMEN CREATIVES LTD [COY] S/U 28 SGD 0.648 NA NA Note
Remarks
Share buy-back by way of market acquisition on 18 January 2016.
15/01/16
[15/01/16]
KINGSMEN CREATIVES LTD [COY] S/U 6 SGD 0.650 NA NA Note
Remarks
Share buy-back by way of market acquisition on 15 January 2016.
14/01/16
[14/01/16]
KINGSMEN CREATIVES LTD [COY] S/U 76 SGD 0.640 NA NA Note
Remarks
Share buy-back by way of market acquisition on 14 January 2016.
08/01/16
[08/01/16]
KINGSMEN CREATIVES LTD [COY] S/U 18 SGD 0.649 NA NA Note
Remarks
Share buy-back by way of market acquisition on 8 January 2016.
22/12/15
[22/12/15]
KINGSMEN CREATIVES LTD [COY] S/U 65 SGD 0.650 NA NA Note
Remarks
Share buy-back by way of market acquisition on 22 December 2015.
21/12/15
[21/12/15]
KINGSMEN CREATIVES LTD [COY] S/U 35 SGD 0.646 NA NA Note
Remarks
Share buy-back by way of market acquisition on 21 December 2015.
17/12/15
[17/12/15]
KINGSMEN CREATIVES LTD [COY] S/U 200 SGD 0.640 NA NA Note
Remarks
Share buy-back by way of market acquisition on 17 December 2015.
16/12/15
[16/12/15]
KINGSMEN CREATIVES LTD [COY] S/U 250 SGD 0.635 NA NA Note
Remarks
Share buy-back by way of market acquisition on 16 December 2015.
16/12/15
[15/12/15]
KINGSMEN CREATIVES LTD [COY] S/U 275 SGD 0.623 NA NA Note
Remarks
Share buy-back by way of market acquisition on 15 December 2015.
08/05/15
[08/05/15]
CHONG SIEW LING [DIR] S/U 100   - 3,735 1.91 Note
Remarks
GRANT OF SHARE AWARD UNDER THE KINGSMEN PERFORMANCE SHARE SCHEME. Immediately after the transaction
No. of ordinary voting shares/units held: 3734761 (Direct Interest); 0 (Deemed Interest) As a percentage of total no. of ordinary voting shares/units: 1.91000000 (Direct Interest); 0.00000000 (Deemed Interest)
08/05/15
[08/05/15]
SIMON ONG CHIN SIM [DIR] S/U 119   - 46,147 23.55 Note
Remarks
GRANT OF SHARE AWARD UNDER THE KINGSMEN PERFORMANCE SHARE SCHEME AS APPROVED BY SHAREHOLDERS AT THE TWELFTH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF KINGSMEN CREATIVES LTD. HELD ON 30 APRIL 2015. Immediately after the transaction
No. of ordinary voting shares/units held: 8154170 (Direct Interest); 37993060 (Deemed Interest) As a percentage of total no. of ordinary voting shares/units: 4.16000000 (Direct Interest); 19.39000000 (Deemed Interest)
MR SIMON ONG CHIN SIM'S DEEMED INTEREST REFERS TO THE 37,993,060 SHARES HELD BY O-VEST PTE. LTD. BY VIRTUE OF SECTION 7 OF THE COMPANIES ACT, CAP. 50.
08/05/15
[08/05/15]
SOH SIAK POH BENEDICT [DIR] S/U 119   - 46,147 23.55 Note
Remarks
GRANT OF SHARE AWARD UNDER THE KINGSMEN PERFORMANCE SHARE SCHEME AS APPROVED BY SHAREHOLDERS AT THE TWELFTH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF KINGSMEN CREATIVES LTD. HELD ON 30 APRIL 2015. Immediately after the transaction
No. of ordinary voting shares/units held: 8154189 (Direct Interest); 37993060 (Deemed Interest) As a percentage of total no. of ordinary voting shares/units: 4.16000000 (Direct Interest); 19.39000000 (Deemed Interest)
MR SOH SIAK POH BENEDICT'S DEEMED INTEREST REFERS TO THE 37,993,060 SHARES HELD BY ISLANDA PTE. LTD. BY VIRTUE OF SECTION 7 OF THE COMPANIES ACT, CAP. 50.
20/05/14
[20/05/14]
SIMON ONG CHIN SIM [DIR] S/U 118   - 46,028 23.66 Note
Remarks
GRANT SHARES AWARD UNDER THE KINGSMEN SHARE SCHEME AS APPROVED BY SHAREHOLDERS AT THE AGM HELD ON 29 MAY 2014. Immediately after the transaction
No. of ordinary voting shares/units held: 8035390 (Direct Interest); 37993060 (Deemed Interest) As a percentage of total no. of ordinary voting shares/units: 4.13000000 (Direct Interest); 19.53000000 (Deemed Interest)
20/05/14
[20/05/14]
BENEDICT SOH SIAK POH [DIR] S/U 118   - 46,028 23.66 Note
Remarks
GRANT SHARES AWARD UNDER THE KINGSMEN SHARE SCHEME AS APPROVED BY SHAREHOLDERS AT THE AGM HELD ON 29 APRIL 2014. Immediately after the transaction
No. of ordinary voting shares/units held: 8035409 (Direct Interest); 37993060 (Deemed Interest) As a percentage of total no. of ordinary voting shares/units: 4.13000000 (Direct Interest); 19.53000000 (Deemed Interest)
24/04/14
[18/04/14]
Delta Lloyd Asset Management N.V. [SSH] S/U 34   - 11,632 6.00 Note
Remarks
Acquisition of Securities via market transaction Amount of consideration paid or received by Substantial Shareholder/Unitholder (excluding brokerage and stamp duties): SGD 32,004.20 Immediately after the transaction
No. of ordinary voting shares/units held: 0 (Direct Interest); 11632000 (Deemed Interest) As a percentage of total no. of ordinary voting shares/units: 0.00000000 (Direct Interest); 6.00000000 (Deemed Interest)
The above holdings are registered in the name of Delta Lloyd Azie Deelnemingen Fonds N.V. (custodian being KAS BANK N.V.) and Delta Lloyd L Asian Participation Fund (custodian being Banque de Luxembourg S.A.). Both entities made a transaction on April 17th 2014.
03/06/13
[03/06/13]
SIMON ONG CHIN SIM [DIR] S/U 183   - 45,910 23.78 Note
Remarks
Grant shares award under the Kingsmen Performance Share Scheme as approved by Shareholders at the AGM held on 30 April 2013. Immediately after the transaction
No. of ordinary voting shares/units held: 7917250 (Direct Interest); 37993060 (Deemed Interest) As a percentage of total no. of ordinary voting shares/units: 4.10000000 (Direct Interest); 19.68000000 (Deemed Interest)
03/06/13
[03/06/13]
BENEDICT SOH SIAK POH [DIR] S/U 183   - 45,910 23.78 Note
Remarks
Grant shares award under the Kingsmen Performance Share Scheme as approved by Shareholders at the AGM held on 30 April 2013. Immediately after the transaction
No. of ordinary voting shares/units held: 7917269 (Direct Interest); 37993060 (Deemed Interest) As a percentage of total no. of ordinary voting shares/units: 4.10000000 (Direct Interest); 19.68000000 (Deemed Interest)
18/03/13
[29/01/13]
PRABHAKARAN S/O NARAYANAN NAIR [DIR] S/U (20)   - NA NA Note
Remarks
Disposal of Securities via market transaction Amount of consideration paid or received by Director/CEO (excluding brokerage and stamp duties): 15400 Immediately after the transaction
No. of ordinary voting shares/units held: 0 (Direct Interest); 0 (Deemed Interest) As a percentage of total no. of ordinary voting shares/units: 0.00000000 (Direct Interest); 0.00000000 (Deemed Interest)
18/03/13
[07/01/13]
PRABHAKARAN S/O NARAYANAN NAIR [DIR] S/U (40)   - 20 0.01 Note
Remarks
Disposal of Securities via market transaction Amount of consideration paid or received by Director/CEO (excluding brokerage and stamp duties): 30300 Immediately after the transaction
No. of ordinary voting shares/units held: 20000 (Direct Interest); 0 (Deemed Interest) As a percentage of total no. of ordinary voting shares/units: 0.01000000 (Direct Interest); 0.00000000 (Deemed Interest)
18/03/13
[03/01/13]
PRABHAKARAN S/O NARAYANAN NAIR [DIR] S/U (20)   - 60 0.03 Note
Remarks
Disposal of Securities via market transaction Amount of consideration paid or received by Director/CEO (excluding brokerage and stamp duties): 15100 Immediately after the transaction
No. of ordinary voting shares/units held: 60000 (Direct Interest); 0 (Deemed Interest) As a percentage of total no. of ordinary voting shares/units: 0.03100000 (Direct Interest); 0.00000000 (Deemed Interest)
18/03/13
[02/01/13]
PRABHAKARAN S/O NARAYANAN NAIR [DIR] S/U (20)   - 80 0.04 Note
Remarks
Disposal of Securities via market transaction Amount of consideration paid or received by Director/CEO (excluding brokerage and stamp duties): 15000 Immediately after the transaction
No. of ordinary voting shares/units held: 80000 (Direct Interest); 0 (Deemed Interest) As a percentage of total no. of ordinary voting shares/units: 0.04200000 (Direct Interest); 0.00000000 (Deemed Interest)
18/03/13
[27/12/12]
PRABHAKARAN S/O NARAYANAN NAIR [DIR] S/U (23)   - 100 0.05 Note
Remarks
Disposal of Securities via market transaction Amount of consideration paid or received by Director/CEO (excluding brokerage and stamp duties): 17250 Immediately after the transaction
No. of ordinary voting shares/units held: 100000 (Direct Interest); 0 (Deemed Interest) As a percentage of total no. of ordinary voting shares/units: 0.05200000 (Direct Interest); 0.00000000 (Deemed Interest)
18/03/13
[21/12/12]
PRABHAKARAN S/O NARAYANAN NAIR [DIR] S/U (9)   - 123 0.06 Note
Remarks
Disposal of Securities via market transaction Amount of consideration paid or received by Director/CEO (excluding brokerage and stamp duties): 6750 Immediately after the transaction
No. of ordinary voting shares/units held: 123000 (Direct Interest); 0 (Deemed Interest) As a percentage of total no. of ordinary voting shares/units: 0.06400000 (Direct Interest); 0.00000000 (Deemed Interest)
18/03/13
[19/12/12]
PRABHAKARAN S/O NARAYANAN NAIR [DIR] S/U (18)   - 132 0.07 Note
Remarks
Disposal of Securities via market transaction Amount of consideration paid or received by Director/CEO (excluding brokerage and stamp duties): 13500 Immediately after the transaction
No. of ordinary voting shares/units held: 132000 (Direct Interest); 0 (Deemed Interest) As a percentage of total no. of ordinary voting shares/units: 0.06900000 (Direct Interest); 0.00000000 (Deemed Interest)
13/02/12
[31/01/12]
Delta Lloyd Asset Management NV [SSH] S 6  0.570 9,550 5.00 -
Remarks
24/10/08
[24/10/08]
Kingsmen [COY] S 500  0.341 NA NA -
Remarks
16/10/08
[16/10/08]
Kingsmen [COY] S 20  0.355 NA NA -
Remarks
10/10/08
[10/10/08]
Kingsmen [COY] S 10  0.340 NA NA -
Remarks
18/09/08
[18/09/08]
Kingsmen [COY] S 272  0.389 NA NA -
Remarks
08/07/08
[08/07/08]
Kingsmen [COY] S 4,000  0.390 NA NA -
Remarks
20/08/07
[17/08/07]
BENEDICT SOH SIAK POH [DIR] S 100  0.570 30,485 24.59 Note
Remarks
Mr Benedict Soh Siak Poh's deemed interest refers to the 25,328,707 shares held by Islanda Pte Ltd by virtue of Section 7 of the Companies Act, Cap 50.
13/08/07
[08/08/07]
SIMON ONG CHIN SIM [DIR] S 100  0.670 30,485 24.59 Note
Remarks
Mr Simon Ong Chin Sim's deemed interest refers to the 25,328,707 shares held by O-Vest Pte Ltd by virtue of Section 7 of the Companies Act, Cap 50.
21/05/07
[18/05/07]
Chong Siew Ling [DIR] S (200)  0.700 - 0.710 2,423 1.96 -
Remarks
09/04/07
[04/04/07]
Chong Siew Ling [DIR] S 200  0.210 2,623 2.55 Note
Remarks
Exercise of Share Options/Convertibles.
29/03/07
[28/12/05]
Ong Ai Lin Tabitha [SSH] S (25,329)   - NA NA Note
Remarks
Transfer of 5,000 shares to Mr Simon Ong Chin Sim (father) in the capital of O-Vest Pte Ltd.
29/03/07
[16/09/05]
Jillian Soh E-Ping [SSH] S 25,329   - 25,329 24.72 Note
Remarks
Subscription of 5,000 shares in the capital of Islanda Pte Ltd.
29/03/07
[15/09/05]
Soh Hsien Wern Gavin [SSH] S 25,329   - 25,329 24.72 Note
Remarks
Transfer of 5,000 shares from Mr Benedict Soh Siak Poh (father) in the capital of Islanda Pte Ltd.
28/03/07
[26/03/07]
Png Geok Choo Rose [SSH] S (100)  0.430 25,329 24.72 -
Remarks
21/03/07
[19/03/07]
Chong Siew Ling [DIR] S (165)  0.390 - 0.400 2,423 2.40 -
Remarks
19/03/07
[15/03/07]
Chong Siew Ling [DIR] S (35)  0.390 2,588 2.56 -
Remarks
29/11/06
[27/11/06-28/11/06]
Chong Siew Ling [DIR] S (350)  0.200 - 0.215 2,623 2.59 -
Remarks
27/11/06
[23/11/06]
Chong Siew Ling [DIR] S (150)  0.215 2,973 2.94 -
Remarks
13/09/04
[10/09/04]
SIMON ONG CHIN SIM [DIR] S (60)   - 30,385 30.39 Note
Remarks
Transfer of shares at nominal value of SGD1.00 to each of the three employees
13/09/04
[10/09/04]
Soh Siak Poh Benedict [DIR] S (60)   - 30,485 30.48 Note
Remarks
Transfer of shares at nominal value of SGD1.00 to each of the three employees
26/08/04
[24/08/04]
SIMON ONG CHIN SIM [DIR] S 4  0.001 30,445 30.44 Note
Remarks
Shares returned from employees pursuant to the letter of undertaking dated 13 August 2004.
26/08/04
[24/08/04]
Soh Siak Poh Benedict [DIR] S 4  0.001 30,544 30.55 Note
Remarks
Shares returned from employees pursuant to the letter of undertaking dated 13 August 2004.
03/05/04
[03/05/04]
SIMON ONG CHIN SIM [DIR] S 56   - 30,441 30.44 Note
Remarks
Shares returned from employees pursuant to the letter of undertaking dated 13 August 2004.
03/05/04
[03/05/04]
Soh Siak Poh Benedict [DIR] S 56   - 30,541 30.54 Note
Remarks
Shares returned from employees pursuant to the letter of undertaking dated 13 August 2004.
27/11/03
[26/11/03]
Png Geok Choo Rose [SSH] S 100  0.265 25,429 25.43 -
Remarks
* DIR - Director (include Directors of related companies)
SSH - Substantial Shareholder
COY - Company Share Buyback
TMRP - Trustee-Manager/Responsible Person
** S - Shares
W - Warrants
U - Units
R - Rights
*** Direct & Deemed Interests

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Year 2019

Date Research Firm Title Download
21 Oct 2019 RHB Shoot For The Future download
06 Mar 2019 KGI First of its kind - NERF family entertainment centres download

Year 2016

Date Research Firm Title Download
29 Feb 2016 RHB Moving Along With The Times download

Year 2015

Date Research Firm Title Download
14 Oct 2015 RHB Prelude To The Rollercoaster download
26 Feb 2015 DMG & Partners Exciting Theme Park Ride download

Year 2014

Date Research Firm Title Download
04 Mar 2014 DMG & Partners A Busy Year Ahead download

Year 2013

Date Research Firm Title Download
15 Nov 2013 DMG & Partners 4Q13 Expected To Be Rosy download
16 Aug 2013 DMG & Partners Expect a Strong 2HFY13 download
15 Aug 2013 Maybank Kim Eng Good Pipeline Of Work download
17 May 2013 DMG & Partners Outlook Remains Bright download
16 May 2013 AmFraser Expect Stronger Quarters Ahead download
05 Mar 2013 AmFraser In a position of strength to forge growth download
01 Mar 2013 Maybank Kim Eng A Shift in Centrestage download
21 Jan 2013 Maybank Kim Eng Reiterating Core Values download
21 Jan 2013 AmFraser Growing pains download
18 Jan 2013 DMG & Partners Discovers Fraud And Irregularities download

Year 2012

Date Research Firm Title Download
06 Nov 2012 DMG & Partners Weak 3Q, but expected 4Q to make up for it download
06 Nov 2012 Maybank Kim Eng Soft landing, expect strong 4Q download
06 Nov 2012 AmFraser A softer quarter from lumpy recognition download
15 Aug 2012 DMG & Partners An impressive 2Q; Strong balance sheet download
15 Aug 2012 AmFraser Raise FV on strong earnings & project pipeline download
13 Aug 2012 Maybank Kim Eng MICE show the way download
14 May 2012 DMG & Partners A good start for FY12 download
11 May 2012 Maybank Kim Eng Bustling Along download
11 May 2012 AmFraser Good Start to 2012 download
02 May 2012 AmFraser Not Too Late for a Ride download
05 Mar 2012 DMG & Partners Banking on regional growth download
02 Mar 2012 Maybank Kim Eng Cool and Collected download
28 Feb 2012 AmFraser Tangible Creativity download
28 Feb 2012 DMG & Partners Kingsmen on Morning Matters download

Year 2011

Date Research Firm Title Download
10 Nov 2011 Kim Eng Simple business model, steady performance download
14 Oct 2011 DMG & Partners Raising its brand profile download
18 Aug 2011 DMG & Partners Expect a stronger 2H download
17 Aug 2011 Kim Eng Awaiting the next growth spurt download
17 Aug 2011 OCBC Investment Research Looking forward to a stronger second half download
09 May 2011 OCBC Investment Research OCBC Investment Research download
09 May 2011 Kim Eng Weak quarter not a dampener download
24 Feb 2011 Kim Eng A class of its own download
24 Feb 2011 OCBC Investment Research argin expansion boosts 4Q10 performance download
24 Feb 2011 DMG & Partners Slow but steady growth download

Year 2010

Date Research Firm Title Download
16 Nov 2010 DMG & Partners Slight margin squeeze, expect etrong 4Q download
17 Aug 2010 DMG & Partners A better 2H following strong 2Q download
17 Aug 2010 OCBC Investment Research Sturdy Q10 results download
13 Aug 2010 Kim Eng Next in line for a re-rating download
29 Jun 2010 OCBC Investment Research Reaping record earnings in good and bad times download
24 Jun 2010 Kim Eng Spreading its wings download
20 May 2010 DMG & Partners Good start in FY10 download
23 Mar 2010 Kim Eng Thumbs up for Universal Studios Singapore! download
26 Feb 2010 DMG & Partners Special events to drive growth download
26 Feb 2010 Kim Eng Kingsmen at Kim Eng Morning Buzz download
26 Feb 2010 Kim Eng Keen to take on more download
02 Feb 2010 CIMB Riding the booming MICE market download
12 Jan 2010 Kim Eng Looking overseas for growth download

Year 2009

Date Research Firm Title Download
16 Nov 2009 DMG & Partners Expecting a stronger 4Q download
12 Nov 2009 Kim Eng In the thick of the action; 3Q below expectations but full-year still on track download
05 Oct 2009 Credit Suisse Asian Daily - Kingsmen Creatives download
17 Aug 2009 Kim Eng On track for another record year download
17 Aug 2009 DMG & Partners A positive first half download
17 Aug 2009 Kim Eng Kingsmen at Morning Buzz download
31 Jul 2009 BNP Paribas A little-known acorn download
15 Jul 2009 DMG & Partners Strong orders backed by multiple drivers download
09 Jul 2009 Kim Eng Do not ignore this Humpty again! download
13 May 2009 Kim Eng In pole position again download
03 Mar 2009 Kim Eng Magnificent Performance download

Year 2008

Date Research Firm Title Download
27 Nov 2008 CIMB Kingsmen Creatives download
25 Nov 2008 Kim Eng Kingsmen at Morning Buzz download
25 Nov 2008 Kim Eng The Show Must Go On download
10 Oct 2008 Kim Eng The Power Behind The Throne download
15 Aug 2008 Kim Eng Monetising Creativity download
19 Mar 2008 Kim Eng The silent star performer download
29 Feb 2008 Kim Eng A Quantum Leap download

Year 2007

Date Research Firm Title Download
18 May 2007 Kim Eng Designs Fit For Kings download
28 Feb 2007 Kelive Research Delivering Record Earnings download

Year 2006

Date Research Firm Title Download
09 Jun 2006 Kim Eng The King of Creative Designs download

Year 2005

Date Research Firm Title Download
09 Dec 2005 Netresearch Asia Asian Aerospace giving up Singapore venue download
29 Aug 2005 Netresearch Asia Kingsmen expects stronger performance in 2H05 download
19 Aug 2005 Netresearch Asia Interim Results - Interiors division recovers download
16 Aug 2005 BNP Paribas Overseas units doing well download
16 Aug 2005 Netresearch Asia Achieved strong orders by Sep 2005 download
03 Mar 2005 BNP Paribas The past suggests caution download
01 Mar 2005 Netresearch Asia Final Results - growth contributed by new acquisitions download
01 Feb 2005 Netresearch Asia Kingsmen has a good start in FY05 download

Year 2004

Date Research Firm Title Download
30 Nov 2004 BNP Paribas To depend on regional operations in 2005 download
02 Nov 2004 BNP Paribas Crowded in the Lion City download
10 Aug 2004 BNP Paribas Disappointing half year download
10 Aug 2004 Netresearch Asia FY 2004 Interim Results - strong growth in Exhibition and Museums division download
30 Jul 2004 Netresearch Asia Acquisition of IT network services company and Kingsmen Affiliates download
13 Apr 2004 Netresearch Asia Investment highlights download
25 Mar 2004 BNP Paribas Looks like the fairest of them all download

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