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Frasers Property Holdings (Thailand) Co., Ltd. ("FPHT") is a subsidiary of Frasers (Thailand) Pte Ltd which is in turn a subsidiary of Frasers Centrepoint Limited ("FCL"). 

Acquisition of Alpha Industrial

Frasers Property Europe entered into an agreement to purchase a portfolio of 22 high quality assets, owned and managed by Alpha Industrial, one of the leading logistics and industrial developers in Europe

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Rebranded to Frasers Property

FCL was rebranded Frasers Property Limited

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Completion of Farnborough acquisition

FCL has completed the acquisition of Farnborough Business Park in the UK. Both FCL and FCOT each hold 50.0% of the total issued shares of HEREF Farnborough Limited.

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Acquired Geneba

FCL acquired a 99.45% stake in Geneba Properties N.V (Geneba).

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Acquired business parks in UK

FCL also entered into a sale and purchase agreement to acquire four high quality business park assets in UK

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Increased stake in TICON

FCL’s stake in TICON Industrial Connection Public Company Limited in Thailand increased to 40.95%

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JV to develop One Bangkok

FCL entered into a joint venture with TCC Assets (Thailand) Co., Ltd to develop One Bangkok, the largest private sector property development initiative undertaken in Thailand

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Took additional stake in Golden Land

FCL acquired an additional 4.30% stake in Golden Land

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Launched FLT

Frasers Logistics & Industrial Trust (FLT) was listed on the Main Board of SGX-ST

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JV in Vietnam

FCL entered into a conditional agreement to acquire a 70% stake in a joint venture with local partners to develop a residential-cum- commercial project in District 2, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. The acquisition was completed in 2017

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Acquired stake in Golden Land

FCL acquired a 35.6% stake in Golden Land Property Development Public Company Limited (Golden Land) which is listed on the Stock Exchange of Thailand.

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Rebranded to Frasers Property Australia

Australand was rebranded as Frasers Property Australia.

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Acquired MHDV

FCL acquired UK leading boutique lifestyle hotel brands Malmaison and Hotel du Vin (MHDV).

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1980 to 1990

Acquired Australand

FCL wholly acquired Australand, an Australian property company

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Launched FHT

Frasers Hospitality Trust was listed on the Main Board of SGX-ST. It is the first hotel and serviced residence stapled group with a global mandate, except Thailand, to be listed on the SGX-ST.

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Listed on SGX-ST

FCL was listed by way of introduction on the Main Board of SGX-ST.

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1980 to 1990

Part of TCC Group

FCL became a member of TCC Group

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Acquired commercial REIT

FCL acquired a stake in Allco Commercial REIT (Allco) and the entire stake of Allco’s manager, and rebranded the REIT Frasers Commercial Trust (FCOT). FCOT is listed on the Main Board of SGX-ST

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Launched first REIT

FCL launched its first REIT, Frasers Centrepoint Trust, which is listed on the Main Board of SGX-ST

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Rebranded to FCL

CPL was rebranded Frasers Centrepoint Limited (FCL)

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CPL entered into a joint venture with Region Development

CPL entered into a joint venture with Region Development to develop property in New Zealand

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Launch of serviced residence in Philippines

CPL opened Fraser Place Forbes Tower in Manila

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Opening of serviced residence in Korea

CPL opened Fraser Suites Rodamco Place, Seoul

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De-listing of CPL

CPL was delisted from SGX-ST and became a wholly owned subsidiary of F&NL

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Hospitality’s foray in UK

CPL launched Fraser Suites Kensington and Fraser Place Chelsea in the UK

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Foray in China

Jingan Four Seasons in Shanghai was CPL’s first residential project in China

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Ventured into UK

Annandale House in the UK was developed

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First site in Australia

CPL purchased the first residential site in Sydney and built Pavilions on the Bay

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Expanded into hospitality

CPL’s first two hospitality projects, Fraser Suites and Fraser Place in Singapore, were launched.

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Launched business park

Alexandra Technopark, CPL’s first business space project was developed and launched.

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1997
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Entered Vietnam

CPL entered into a joint venture to develop its first overseas office project. Me Linh Point, a commercial and retail centre in Ho Chi Minh City, was opened in June 1999.

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First residential project

The Anchorage, CPL’s first residential project, was redeveloped from F&N Singapore’s old Anchor Brewery site

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Opening of Northpoint

Northpoint, Singapore’s pioneer suburban retail mall in Yishun, opened to the public

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Completed Alexandra Point

Alexandra Point, CPLs’ first office project, was completed

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2000 to 2010

Acquisition of Bridgepoint

CPL acquired Bridgepoint, a retail mall in Sydney, for A$25.5 million

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Acquisition of old Tiger brewery site

CPL acquired the back portion of the old Tiger Brewery site from APBL for $85.5 million. Alexandra Technopark Blocks A and B were subsequently built on this site.

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Jul 1992
2000 to 2010

Part of F&NL

CPL became a subsidiary of Fraser and Neave, Limited (F&NL)

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Listing on SGX-ST

Centrepoint Properties Limited (CPL) was listed on the Main Board of the Singapore Exchange (SGX-ST)

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1990 to 2000

First foray into Africa

Frasers Hospitality’s first property in Abuja opens.Fraser World enhanced to a recognition and rewards programme.Previously a recognition programme, Fraser World was enhanced to allow members to enjoy a wide host of privileges, including the redemption of e-shopping vouchers.

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Modena by Fraser launched in Bangkok

Modena by Fraser Bangkok marked the brand’s first property outside of China.

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Frasers Hospitality adds boutique lifestyle hotel brands to portfolio.

Frasers Hospitality acquires Malmaison and Hotel du Vin (MHdV), two leading UK hotel brands. This brings the total number of operating rooms in its portfolio to over 10,000.

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Listing of Frasers Hospitality Trust

The first global hotel and serviced residence stapled group to be listed on the Main Board of SGX-ST. It comprises of a hospitality REIT, Real Estate Investment Trust and Business Trust.

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Launch of new brand offering aimed at millennial travellers

Capri by Fraser, Changi City / Singapore marked the launch of a hotel residence brand designed to meet the lifestyle needs of the growing digital generation. First serviced apartment brand to be recognised at the World Travel Awards Frasers Hospitality clinches the inaugural World’s Leading Serviced Apartment Award, the first for the sector in the 20-year history of the awards.

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Launch of new brand, Modena by Fraser

A new brand offering, Modena by Fraser, was launched to cater to the needs of ‘road warriors’ in second-tier Chinese cities.First property in Middle East Fraser Suites Seef, Bahrain marked Frasers Hospitality’s entry into the Middle East market.

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Expansion into Australia

Frasers Hospitality entered Australia with the opening of Fraser Suites Sydney.

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Entrance into the Chinese market

The first property in China, Fraser Place Shekou, Shenzhen, opens.

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First Overseas Foray

Four properties were launched across the cities of London, Manila and Seoul.

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Beginning of Frasers Hospitality

Frasers Hospitality started with the launch of 412 residences in Fraser Suites Singapore and Fraser Place Robertson Walk.

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Introducing FLT

Frasers Logistics & Industrial Trust lists on the SGX-ST.

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A Different Way

Launch of our national sustainability strategy, A Different Way.

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We become Frasers Property

Rod Fehring appointed CEO of Australand. Australand adopts the Frasers Property brand on 31 August 2015.

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FCL acquires Australand

Australand acquired by Frasers Centrepoint Limited and privatised in October 2014.

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A-REIT index

Australand included in A-REIT index. Australand de-lists from Singapore Exchange.

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2011
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We're stapled

Stapling of Australand Property Trust to become Australand Property Group.

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Acquisition of Walker Corporation

Australand acquires Walker Corporation, including a portfolio of landmark properties under development.

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Pavilions on the Bay

Frasers Centrepoint Limited begins its first residential development in Australia, Pavilions on the Bay, Glebe Point.

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Australand is listed

Australand is listed on the Australian and Singapore stock exchanges.

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1997
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Introducing AHL

Commenced trading as 'Australian Housing and Land', and the seeds for 'Australand' are sown.

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Introducing T M Burke

Our origins in Australia date back to 1924 with the inception of T M Burke Ptd Ltd.

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Acquisition of Alpha Industrial

Frasers Property Europe entered into an agreement to purchase a portfolio of 22 high quality assets, owned and managed by Alpha Industrial, one of the leading logistics and industrial developers in Europe

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Rebranded to Frasers Property

FCL was rebranded Frasers Property Limited

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Completion of Farnborough acquisition

FCL has completed the acquisition of Farnborough Business Park in the UK. Both FCL and FCOT each hold 50.0% of the total issued shares of HEREF Farnborough Limited.

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Acquired Geneba

FCL acquired a 99.45% stake in Geneba Properties N.V (Geneba).

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Acquired business parks in UK

FCL also entered into a sale and purchase agreement to acquire four high quality business park assets in UK

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Increased stake in TICON

FCL’s stake in TICON Industrial Connection Public Company Limited in Thailand increased to 40.95%

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JV to develop One Bangkok

FCL entered into a joint venture with TCC Assets (Thailand) Co., Ltd to develop One Bangkok, the largest private sector property development initiative undertaken in Thailand

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Mar 2017
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Took additional stake in Golden Land

FCL acquired an additional 4.30% stake in Golden Land

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Launched FLT

Frasers Logistics & Industrial Trust (FLT) was listed on the Main Board of SGX-ST

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JV in Vietnam

FCL entered into a conditional agreement to acquire a 70% stake in a joint venture with local partners to develop a residential-cum- commercial project in District 2, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. The acquisition was completed in 2017

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Acquired stake in Golden Land

FCL acquired a 35.6% stake in Golden Land Property Development Public Company Limited (Golden Land) which is listed on the Stock Exchange of Thailand.

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Mar 2016
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Rebranded to Frasers Property Australia

Australand was rebranded as Frasers Property Australia.

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Aug 2015
1980 to 1990

Acquired MHDV

FCL acquired UK leading boutique lifestyle hotel brands Malmaison and Hotel du Vin (MHDV).

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Jun 2015
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Acquired Australand

FCL wholly acquired Australand, an Australian property company

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Launched FHT

Frasers Hospitality Trust was listed on the Main Board of SGX-ST. It is the first hotel and serviced residence stapled group with a global mandate, except Thailand, to be listed on the SGX-ST.

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Listed on SGX-ST

FCL was listed by way of introduction on the Main Board of SGX-ST.

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Part of TCC Group

FCL became a member of TCC Group

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Acquired commercial REIT

FCL acquired a stake in Allco Commercial REIT (Allco) and the entire stake of Allco’s manager, and rebranded the REIT Frasers Commercial Trust (FCOT). FCOT is listed on the Main Board of SGX-ST

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Launched first REIT

FCL launched its first REIT, Frasers Centrepoint Trust, which is listed on the Main Board of SGX-ST

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Rebranded to FCL

CPL was rebranded Frasers Centrepoint Limited (FCL)

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CPL entered into a joint venture with Region Development

CPL entered into a joint venture with Region Development to develop property in New Zealand

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Launch of serviced residence in Philippines

CPL opened Fraser Place Forbes Tower in Manila

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Opening of serviced residence in Korea

CPL opened Fraser Suites Rodamco Place, Seoul

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De-listing of CPL

CPL was delisted from SGX-ST and became a wholly owned subsidiary of F&NL

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Mar 2002
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Hospitality’s foray in UK

CPL launched Fraser Suites Kensington and Fraser Place Chelsea in the UK

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Foray in China

Jingan Four Seasons in Shanghai was CPL’s first residential project in China

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Jul 2001
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Ventured into UK

Annandale House in the UK was developed

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First site in Australia

CPL purchased the first residential site in Sydney and built Pavilions on the Bay

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Expanded into hospitality

CPL’s first two hospitality projects, Fraser Suites and Fraser Place in Singapore, were launched.

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Launched business park

Alexandra Technopark, CPL’s first business space project was developed and launched.

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Entered Vietnam

CPL entered into a joint venture to develop its first overseas office project. Me Linh Point, a commercial and retail centre in Ho Chi Minh City, was opened in June 1999.

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First residential project

The Anchorage, CPL’s first residential project, was redeveloped from F&N Singapore’s old Anchor Brewery site

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Opening of Northpoint

Northpoint, Singapore’s pioneer suburban retail mall in Yishun, opened to the public

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Completed Alexandra Point

Alexandra Point, CPLs’ first office project, was completed

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2000 to 2010

Acquisition of Bridgepoint

CPL acquired Bridgepoint, a retail mall in Sydney, for A$25.5 million

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Acquisition of old Tiger brewery site

CPL acquired the back portion of the old Tiger Brewery site from APBL for $85.5 million. Alexandra Technopark Blocks A and B were subsequently built on this site.

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Part of F&NL

CPL became a subsidiary of Fraser and Neave, Limited (F&NL)

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Listing on SGX-ST

Centrepoint Properties Limited (CPL) was listed on the Main Board of the Singapore Exchange (SGX-ST)

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FCT achieved new-high DPU of 11.764 cents for FY

FCT achieved new-high DPU of 11.764 cents for FY, its tenth consecutive year of DPU growth since its listing

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FCT wins prestigious Transparency Award

FCT wins prestigious Transparency Award at the SIAS Investors’ Choice Awards

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FCT announced the appointment of Independent and Non-Executive Director

FCT announced the appointment of Independent and Non-Executive Director, Dr Cheong Choong Kong

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FCT commenced AEI at Northpoint

FCT commenced AEI at Northpoint to upgrade the mall for sustainable growth and to facilitate the integration with the upcoming retail component of Northpoint City under construction by Frasers Centrepoint Limited

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FCT changed its Auditors

FCT changed its Auditors from Ernst & Young LLP to KPMG LLP

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FCT achieved new-high DPU of 11.608 cents for FY2015

FCT achieved new-high DPU of 11.608 cents for FY2015, an increase of 3.8% over the previous year. It was also the ninth consecutive year of DPU growth since FCT’s listing

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FCT’s Causeway Point awarded the BCA Universal Design GoldPlus Award

FCT’s Causeway Point was awarded the BCA Universal Design GoldPlus Award for its user-friendliness, connectivity and safety features. Bedok Point was awarded the BCA GreenMark Gold award for its energy efficient, water-saving and recycling features

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FCT’s Baa1 issuer rating to ‘Positive’ from ‘Stable’

Moody’s changed the outlook of FCT’s Baa1 issuer rating to ‘Positive’ from ‘Stable’

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FCT achieved strong performance for FY2014

FCT achieved strong performance for FY2014. Full year revenue increased 16.1% year-on-year and DPU rose 2.4% to 11.187 cents. It was also the eighth consecutive year of DPU growth since FCT’s listing

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FCT completes the acquisition of Changi City Point

FCT completes the acquisition of Changi City Point

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Unitholders approved the proposed acquisition of Changi City Point

Unitholders approved the proposed acquisition of Changi City Point at an Extraordinary General Meeting

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FCT launched a private placement exercise

FCT launched a private placement exercise and raised S$161.5 million in gross proceeds from the placement of 88 million New Units at an Issue Price of S$1.835 per New Unit

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FCT announced the proposed acquisition of Changi City Point

FCT announced the proposed acquisition of Changi City Point for S$305 million

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FCT achieved strong performance for FY2013

FCT achieved strong performance for FY2013 with full year DPU of 10.93 cents, an increase of 9.2% over the previous year. It was also the seventh consecutive year of DPU growth since FCT’s listing

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FCT won the Best Investor Relations Award (Bronze)

FCT won the Best Investor Relations Award (Bronze) in the REITS & Business Trust Category at the Singapore Corporate awards 2013 organised by The Business Times

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Causeway Point relaunched

Causeway Point was relaunched in conjunction with its 15th anniversary

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IR Magazine Awards South East Asia 2012

FCT was awarded the “Grand prix for best overall investor relations - mid/small cap” at the IR Magazine Awards South East Asia 2012

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FCT achieved a strong finish in FY2012

FCT achieved a strong finish in FY2012 with multiple-highs in revenue, net property income and DPU. Full year DPU was at record-high of 10.01 cents, an increase of 20%. This is also the sixth consecutive year of DPU growth since FCT’s listing

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FCT was ranked in the top quartile among Singapore companies

FCT was ranked in the top quartile among Singapore companies in CLSA’s Corporate Governance survey

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FCT was voted Best Mid-Cap Company

FCT was voted Best Mid-Cap Company in Singapore by FinanceAsia

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Best Asian REIT Manager in the REIW ASIA 2012 Awards

Frasers Centrepoint Asset Management, the Manager for FCT, was a nominee in the Category of Best Asian REIT Manager in the REIW ASIA 2012 Awards

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FCT achieved record distribution per unit of 8.32 cents

FCT achieved record distribution per unit of 8.32 cents for FY2011

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Unitholders approved the proposed acquisition of Bedok Point

Unitholders approved the proposed acquisition of Bedok Point at an Extraordinary General Meeting

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FCT completed the private placement of 48 million new units

FCT completed the private placement of 48 million new units at an issue price of S$1.39 per new unit. The placement was 4.1 times oversubscribed and the net proceeds of approximately S$64.3 million was used to part-finance the acquisition of Bedok Point

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FCT completed the acquisition of the Bedok Point

FCT completed the acquisition of the Bedok Point

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Acquisition of Bedok Point

FCT announced the proposed acquisition of Bedok Point for $127 million

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Standard and Poor’s upgraded FCT’s MTN program

Standard and Poor’s upgraded FCT’s MTN program to “BBB+/ Stable” from “BBB/Stable”

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Causeway Point awarded the GreenMark Platinum Award

Causeway Point awarded the GreenMark Platinum Award by the Building and Construction Authority of Singapore

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FCT achieved 9% growth in DPU

FCT achieved 9% growth in DPU to 8.20 cents for FY2010

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FCT was ranked in the top quartile

FCT was ranked in the top quartile for corporate governance in Asia by CLSA

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Causeway Point commenced AEI works

Causeway Point commenced S$72 million AEI works

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Northpoint was relaunched

Northpoint was relaunched after completing the S$39 million AEI. The AEI delivered return on investment of 10.7%

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Completed acquisitions of Northpoint 2 & YewTee Point

FCT completed the acquisitions of Northpoint 2 & YewTee Point

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Dr Chew Tuan Chiong succeeded Mr Christopher Tang

Dr Chew Tuan Chiong succeeded Mr Christopher Tang as the CEO of FCAM

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Acquisitions of Northpoint 2 and YewTee Point

FCT announced the acquisitions of Northpoint 2 and YewTee Point for total purchase consideration of S$290.2 million.

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Approved acquisitions of Northpoint 2 & YewTee Point

Unitholders approved the acquisitions of Northpoint 2 & YewTee Point at an Extraordinary General Meeting FCT completed the private placement exercise of 137.0 million new units at an issue price of S$1.33 per new unit. The net proceeds of approximately S$177.8 million was used to part-finance the acquisitions of Northpoint 2 & YewTee Point

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“Small-Cap Corporate of the Year in Singapore” award

“Small-Cap Corporate of the Year in Singapore” award

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FCT achieved higher year on year

FCT achieved higher year on year DPU of 7.51 cents for FY2009

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Standard & Poor’s Rating services

Standard & Poor’s Rating services assigned ‘BBB+’ rating on FCT

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FCT achieved strong results for FY2008

FCT achieved strong results for FY2008 with 9% growth in gross revenue and net property income and 11% increase in DPU to 7.29 cents

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Anchorpoint as Singapore’s first outlet mall

FCT relaunched Anchorpoint as Singapore’s first outlet mall after completing $13 million AEI. The AEI delivered a return on investment of 14%

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FCT embarked on S$39 million AEI at Northpoint

FCT embarked on S$39 million AEI at Northpoint, to rejuvenate and reconfigure the mall and to integrate with the newly-completed Northpoint 2, to create a single seamless 232,000 square feet mall. The expected return on investment for the AEI was 11%

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FCT closed its first full year with DPU

FCT closed its first full year with DPU which was 12% above the forecast provided in its IPO prospectus

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FCT acquired a 27% stake in Hektar

FCT acquired a 27% stake in Hektar REIT Anchorpoint commenced its AEI works, to reposition the mall as an outlet mall offering a wider range of F&B and retail concepts

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Frasers Centrepoint Trust listed

Frasers Centrepoint Trust listed on the Mainboard of the Singapore Exchange on 5 July 2006. Initial portfolio comprised Causeway Point, Northpoint and Anchorpoint valued at S$915 million. Unit price at listing was S$1.03 per unit, market capitalization was S$633 million

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Appointment of Chief Executive Officer of the Manager

Cessation of Mr Low Chee Wah, and appointment of Mr Jack Lam, as Chief Executive Officer of the Manager with effect from 1 January 2017.

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2017

Transformation of Alexandra Technopark

S$45.0 million asset enhancement initiative to rejuvenate and transform Alexandra Technopark into a business campus.

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2017

Raised S$230.0 million from the issuances of three tranches

Raised S$230.0 million from the issuances of three tranches of fixed and floating rate unsecured notes under the S$1.0 billion Multi-currency Medium Term Note Programme

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2017

FCOT clinched Gold awards

FCOT clinched Gold awards for ‘Best Governed and Most Transparent Company’ and ‘Best Corporate Communications and Investor Relations’ at The Global Good Governance Awards 2017, held in conjunction with the 9th Annual Global CSR Summit and Awards 2017.

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2017

Runner-up for Singapore Corporate Governance Award

Runner-up for the third consecutive year in the Singapore Corporate Governance Award (REITs and Business Trusts category) by SIAS.

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2016

FCOT’s issuer rating from Baa3 to Baa2

Moody’s upgraded FCOT’s issuer rating from Baa3 to Baa2 with a stable outlook.

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2016

S$100.0 million five-year senior unsecured notes

Maiden issuance of S$100.0 million five-year senior unsecured notes with a fixed rate of 2.835% per annum.

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2016

Runner-up for Singapore Corporate Governance Award

Runner-up for the second consecutive year in the Singapore Corporate Governance Award (REITs and Business Trusts category) by SIAS.

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2015

Moody’s assigned a Baa3 issuer rating

Moody’s assigned a Baa3 issuer rating with a stable outlook.

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2015

S$44.1 million net proceeds from the disposal of the hotel development

Realised approximately S$44.1 million net proceeds from the disposal of the hotel development rights in China Square Central.

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2015

FCOT entered the Melbourne CBD office market

FCOT entered the Melbourne CBD office market with the acquisition of 357 Collins Street in Australia.

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2015

Raised gross proceeds of S$142.1 million from an upsized private placement

Raised gross proceeds of S$142.1 million from an upsized private placement that was oversubscribed by more than two times to part finance the acquisition of 357 Collins Street.

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2015

Runner-up in the Singapore Corporate Governance Award

FCOT was named the runner-up in the Singapore Corporate Governance Award (REITs and Business Trusts category) by SIAS.

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2014

Divestment of properties in Japan

Exited the Japan market with the divestment of all the three remaining properties in Japan.

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2013

Assigned a corporate family rating

Moody’s assigned a corporate family rating of Baa3 to FCOT with a stable outlook.

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2013

Refreshed the office tower of China Square Central

Refreshed the office tower of China Square Central, and revitalised Nankin Mall with the China Square Precinct Master Plan.

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2013

Acquired 50.0% interest in Caroline Chisholm Centre

Acquired the remaining 50.0% interest in Caroline Chisholm Centre at a 12.6% discount from valuation.

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2012

Divested KeyPoint at premium book value

Divested KeyPoint at 26.3% premium to book value.

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2012

Divested Cosmo Plaza in Japan

Divested Cosmo Plaza in Japan and the investment in the Australia Wholesale Property Fund.

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2011

FCOT Consolidated five unit into one

Consolidated every five units into one unit in FCOT.

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2011

Annual General Meeting

FCOT held its inaugural Annual General Meeting.

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2009

Raised $213.9 million gross proceeds

Raised $213.9 million gross proceeds in a rights issue that was 136.4% oversubscribed and the proceeds was used to repay debt.

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2009

Acquired Alexandra Technopark in Singapore

Acquired Alexandra Technopark in Singapore, fully funded by the issuance of Series A convertible perpetual preferred units (Series A CPPUs) in FCOT.

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2009

FCL acquired Allco REIT

FCL acquired 17.7% interest in Allco REIT and the entire interest in the Allco REIT manager.

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2009

Renamed Allco REIT

Renamed Allco REIT and the manager to Frasers Commercial Trust and Frasers Centrepoint Asset Management (Commercial) Ltd, respectively.

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2009

Expanded the portfolio with the acquisition of 6 properties

Expanded the portfolio with the acquisition of 6 properties (50% interest in Caroline Chisholm Centre in Canberra, Australia; KeyPoint in Singapore and 4 properties in Japan).

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2007

Raised S$199.5 million net proceeds

Raised S$199.5 million net proceeds in a rights issue that was 117.7% oversubscribed.

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2007

Listed on the the Main Board of the SGX-ST

Listed on the the Main Board of the SGX-ST on 30 March 2006 as Allco Commercial REIT (Allco REIT) with two properties, namely China Square Central in Singapore and 50% interest in Central Park, Perth, Australia and an investment in the Australian Wholesale Property Fund with a total portfolio value of S$683.9 million.

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2006

Acquired 55 Market Street

Acquired 55 Market Street in Singapore.

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2006
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