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03/01/2017 AIMS welcomes APW Unitholders vote that rejects windup proposition
Sydney January 3 2017: The Managers of AIMS Property Securities Fund (ASX:APW) welcomed today’s vote by unitholders against the resolution to wind up the Fund.
02/01/2017 Property fund of AIMS under attack from wind-up attempt - The Business Times Singapore
SINGAPORE-LISTED Australian fund AIMS Property Securities Fund (APW), is currently under attack from minority unitholders who have convened a Jan 3 meeting to vote on a motion to wind up the fund. It is initiated by Samuel Terry Asset Management which claims to have amassed support from unitholders
28/12/2016 AA Reit gets temporary occupation permit for Tuas redevelopment
SINGAPORE - AIMS AMP Capital Industrial REIT (AA Reit) has received the Temporary Occupation Permit (TOP) for its redevelopment at 30 & 32 Tuas West Road, the company announced on Wednesday (Dec 28).
01/09/2016 AIMS AMP CAPITAL REIT Media report
Collections of media reports of AIMS AMP CAPITAL REIT including The Business Times, The Straits Times, TODAY, Lianhe Zaobao and other 7 local and international media.
28/04/2016 Maybank Kim Eng rated AAREIT SP BUY
AAREIT SP: Perseverance to be Rewarded< br/> On 28th April 2016, Maybank KimEng released a research on AIMS AMP REIT with a BUY rating. Titled "Perseverance to be Rewarded", the note concluded the REIT performance by citing "In line; tough year ahead, but growth thereafter". FY3/17-19 DPUs with new FY3/19 forecasts, our TP climbs 4% to SGD1.55. Maintain BUY."
27/04/2016 AIMS AMP Capital Industrial REIT rated BUY by Religare Institutional Research
Religare Institutional Research rated AIMS AMP Capital Industrial REIT a BUY Citing Strong quarter amid tepid conditions.
In the research released on 27th April 2016, the research firm stated that AAREIT posted in-line FY16 revenue and DPU, accounting for 104% and 102% of their full-year estimates respectively. The stock remains one of the firm's preferred picks given management’s proactive leasing approach, scope for the company to grow inorganically and an attractive FY17 yield of 8.3%. Their TP remains unchanged at S$1.48.
27/04/2016 Phillip Capital: AIMS AMP Capital Industrial REIT - Closing off a good year
AIMS AMP Capital Industrial REIT RESULTS
* FY16 S$124.4mn gross revenue in line with consensus expectations of S$122.5mn
* FY16 11.35 cents DPU in line with consensus expectations of 11.5 cents
27/04/2016 Jefferies upgraded rating of AIMS AMP Capital Industrial REIT to BUY
AAREIT (AAREIT SP)-A Beat Despite Challenging Conditions, Upgrade to Buy
In the company note released by Jefferies on 27th April 2016, AAREIT is rated to BUY from HOLD.AAREIT reported full year/4Q DPU of 11.35/2.95 cents beating JEFe by 2%/8% respectively. Despite tough leasing market, AAREIT has been able to renew expiring leases with slightly positive rental reversions. Funding costs will trend lower due to refinancing which in turn will support payouts. The REIT yields 8.5% and trades below book. Upgrade to Buy.
26/04/2016 Macquarie research:AIMS AMP Capital Industrial REIT Operating well, focus on asset management
On 26th April, AIMS AMP Capital Industrial REIT (AAREIT) reported FY3/16 distribution income of S$72.1m and DPU of 11.35 cts (+2.5% YoY).Macquarie research released a research on the REIT with title "Operating well, focus on asset management".
02/06/2015 APW property fund an option for income investors - THE AUSTRALIAN
Listed real estate funds and real estate investment trusts continue to be sought by investors hunting for yield and income.
23/05/2014 AIMS wins case against TFML - financialobserver
AIMS Funds Management has won a long-running court case against the responsible entity (RE) of a managed investment scheme now known as P-REIT.
25/11/2013 Singapore's AIMS buys half Optus Centre - The Australian
SINGAPORE’S AIMS AMP Capital Industrial REIT has forged into the Australian market with the purchase of a near half stake in the $375m Optus Centre at Macquarie Park in Sydney's north western suburbs.
25/10/2013 Religare Institutional Research Positively Reported AIMS AMP Capital Industrial REIT
Religare Institutional Research’s report positively evaluated AIMS AMP Capital Industrial REIT recently claiming the fund has attractive yield, low gearing and locked-in growth. In the report it says "AAREIT 1H14 DPU of S$5.25cts (+5% YoY), was in-line with our and consensus estimates. DPU growth picked up in 2Q to 10% YoY and QoQ, on the back of rental income from completion of Phase 2 of 20 Gul Way. Occupancy remains steady and reversions were robust at 21%. We continue to like AAREIT for its high DPU CAGR of 4.3% over FY13-16E, combined with potential for further redevelopments and acquisitions, as gearing remains low. AAREIT offers an attractive 7.3% FY15E yield (Mar-15)."
23/10/2013 AIMS AMP Capital Industrial REIT Rated Outperform by Macquarie Equities Research
Macquarie Equities Research's report ranked AIMS AMP Capital Industrial REIT "Outperform" recently reflecting Gul Way phase 2 project kicks in. AIMS AMP Capital Industrial REIT (AAREIT) reported 2QFY14 distribution income of S$14.5m before market open. DPU of 2.75 cts (+10% Yoy; +10% QoQ) was 8.7% ahead of our estimate of 2.53 cts. Results reflect the maiden contribution from Gul Way phase 2. Outperform maintained.
21/05/2013 Independent Assessment by SQM Research - MacarthurCook Mortgage Fund
The MacarthurCook Mortgage Fund is a registered managed investment scheme structured as an open-ended unlisted unit trust. The Fund primarily invests in a diversified portfolio of commercial registered first mortgages. Any remaining funds are held in cash or short-term, investment-grade interest bearing securities. The Fund has recently received a 3¾-star rating by independent property advisory and forecasting research organisation SQM Research.
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