Rulebooks: Contents

Rulebooks
Mainboard Rules
Catalist Rules
Definitions and Interpretation
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Sponsors
Chapter 3 Disciplinary and Appeals Procedures, and Enforcement Powers of the Exchange
Chapter 4 Equity Securities
Chapter 5 Reserved
Chapter 6 Reserved
Chapter 7 Continuing Obligation
Chapter 8 Changes in Capital
Chapter 9 Interested Person Transactions
Chapter 10 Acquisitions and Realisations
Chapter 11 Takeovers
Chapter 12 Circulars, Annual Reports and Electronic Communications
Chapter 13 Trading Halt, Suspension and Delisting
Chapter 14 Transition Rules
Appendices
Practice Notes
Code of Corporate Governance 2012
Code of Corporate Governance 2018
SGX-ST Rules
CDP Clearing Rules
CDP Settlement Rules
DVP Rules [Entire Rulebook has been deleted]
CDP Depository Rules
Futures Trading Rules
SGX-DC Clearing Rules
SIAC DT Arbitration Rules
SIAC DC Arbitration Rules
Archive
Rule Amendments

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Up to Sep 28 2011Sep 29 2011 onwards

422

The period of moratorium must not be shorter than the following:

(1) A promoter's entire shareholdings at listing for at least 6 months after listing, and no less than 50% of the original shareholding (adjusted for any bonus issue or subdivision) for the next 6 months.
(2) In the case of investors who acquired their securities, and who made payment for their acquisition, less than 12 months prior to the date of the listing, a proportion of their shareholdings will be subject to moratorium for 12 months after listing computed based on the following cash formula:



Where

M = the number of shares subject to moratorium;
VCP = the total cash paid for the shares acquired by the investor within the 12 months preceding the date of the listing;
VIPO = the value of the investor's total shareholdings acquired within 12 months preceding the date of the listing based on the issue price at the initial public offering; and
P = the total number of shares paid for by the investor in the 12 months preceding the date of the listing.
(3) In the case of investors who are connected to the sponsor for the initial public offering of the issuer, their shareholdings will be subject to a moratorium for 6 months after listing. For the avoidance of doubt, these investors are prohibited from selling vendor shares at the time of the initial public offering.
(a) Rule 422(3) will not apply if:
(i) the investor is a fund manager and the funds invested in the issuer are managed on behalf of independent third parties;
(ii) the investor and the sponsor have separate and independent management teams and decisions making structures; and
(iii) proper policies and procedures have been implemented to address any conflict of interest arising between the sponsor and the investor.
The issuer (through its sponsor) should consult and demonstrate to the Exchange that these conditions have been met, to the satisfaction of the Exchange, for Rule 422(3) not to apply. The Exchange retains the discretion to require compliance with Rule 422(3) where it deems fit.
(4) For the purposes of Rules 422(2) and (3), where an introducer of the issuer, a consultant to the issuer for the initial public offering, or investors who are connected to the sponsor have an indirect shareholding in the issuer, these investors may be required to comply with the moratorium requirements in Rule 421.

Amended on 29 September 2011.