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04-02-2013, 09:41 AM. (This post was last modified: 05-02-2013, 06:06 AM by revelationofpyramids.)
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RE: Rowsley
(04-02-2013, 12:56 AM)crabcrab Wrote: Finally, Rowsley concludes its deal....Proposed Acquisitions of RSP Architects and Vacant Land and Proposed Bonus Issue of Free Warrants.. SEALS S$545 MILLION DEAL WITH RSP, JOHOR'S ROYAL FAMILY AND PETER LIM...Likely will be the top traded stock tomorrow morning......

http://info.sgx.com/webcoranncatth.nsf/V...penelement

http://info.sgx.com/webcoranncatth.nsf/V...penelement

Not to be a wet blanket... but i tot the figures need to be looked at closely.

Land size is 993,500sf
Price taking the land over at is S$358m or M$895m
Price paid psf is M$900 psf

Plot ratio = unknown (in Johor now plot ratio can be changed subj to govt approval)

If you google u will find the Bursa listed property companies bought land from UEM or IWH at prices way below this price, mostly as low as below M$20 psf.

So M$900 psf compared to the M$20psf is a big figure.

Even Country Garden (China co) bought a big piece of land at prime Danga Bay recently at only M$375 psf, which is already considered very high.?

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12-03-2013, 11:35 PM.
Post: #12
RE: Rowsley
ROWSLEY ($0.495) - Now trading at high with high volume, more leg to come in the near future until distribution of the warrants???

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19-10-2013, 10:14 AM.
Post: #13
Brick  RE: Rowsley
All the 'Hope' penney stocks took a big dive.

Rowsley hit by penny stock jitters

Punters disappointed that recent deals have failed to lift the counter
Published on Oct 19, 2013 By Goh Eng Yeow Senior Correspondent

PUNTERS were disappointed that Rowsley, the firm controlled by former "remisier king" Peter Lim, failed to get much of a lift despite sealing two deals that will turn it into a big Malaysian property play.

Instead, the stock has been drifting downwards following the deals in recent weeks.

One move was to acquire RSP Architects Planners & Engineers, headed by businessman Albert Hong. The other involved buying 9.2 ha of land in Johor Iskandar belonging to a 70:30 joint venture between Mr Lim and the Johor royal family. Both transactions were completed nearly four weeks ago.

From a high of 65.5 cents three weeks ago, Rowsley slid to 56.5 cents before dropping 41 per cent to 33.5 cents a week later after adjusting for the 3.275 billion new shares it had issued at 15 cents apiece to pay for the acquisitions.

After that low, it inched up to 36 cents before tumbling 7.5 per cent this week to close at 31 cents yesterday.

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This is despite the spate of positive publicity it has attracted after unveiling details of its RM5.5 billion (S$2.2 billion) residential project in Johor.

Traders have offered a variety of reasons for the stock's lacklustre performance of late after what had been a good year for the counter.

While Rowsley can give itself a pat on the back for completing its transformation into a property play, sentiment in the wider market has soured considerably.

This was because of the massive sell-off in those other market darlings Blumont, LionGold and Asiasons, all down more than 90 per cent in two weeks.

One dealer said: "Traders who had bought into Rowsley may also have exposure to counters such as Blumont. It would not be surprising if they dump Rowsley to pay for their losses in other counters."

That said, Rowsley had surged about 5.7 times in price after traders ploughed into the counter since the firm announced the two deals in December.

Given the jitters over the other counters that had also enjoyed spectacular run-ups, some believe that the hype on Rowsley may be over for now.

"It may well turn into a fairly quiet and slow trading stock," said another dealer.

Dealers suggested that another reason for the modest play in Rowsley was the switch in traders' interest to the warrants that were issued to existing shareholders as part of the package to complete the two acquisitions.

Rowsley gave two free warrants for every share held by its investors. Each warrant gives its holder the right to buy one Rowsley share at 18 cents over the next three years.

"With 1.9 billion warrants in the market, punters who want exposure to Rowsley's Iskandar play may decide on the warrants rather than the mother shares," said a dealer.

Rowsley warrants ended 0.2 cent up at 12.3 cents yesterday.

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23-10-2013, 06:55 PM.
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RE: Rowsley
http://infopub.sgx.com/FileOpen/RowsleyP...eID=260824

ROWSLEY APPOINTS LOCK WAI HAN AS GROUP CEO

(not vested)

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03-06-2014, 08:15 AM.
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RE: Rowsley
http://www.businesstimes.com.sg/premium/...y-20140603

PUBLISHED JUNE 03, 2014
Valencia's old stadium excites Rowsley

With Peter Lim's takeover of club, firm has a shot at redevelopment
BYANITA GABRIEL
anitag@sph.com.sg @AnitaGabrielBT

Prime position: 'We see consultancy and real estate opportunities that may open up for us,' said Mr Lock (above); top on Rowsley's wish list is to get a stab at redeveloping Valencia's old 55,000-seat Mestalla stadium. - PHOTOS: ROWSLEY, AFP
SINGAPOREAN magnate Peter Lim's takeover victory of Spanish football club Valencia could potentially give Rowsley, a Singapore-listed firm he controls, a clear shot at redeveloping the old stadium which sits on prime land.
Rowsley chief executive officer Lock Wai Han told BT in an interview - his first since he took over Rowsley's helm six months ago - that the firm is indeed eyeing several openings that have arisen now that one of Europe's top football clubs is in Mr Lim's bag.
Top on Rowsley's wish list is to get a stab at redeveloping Valencia's old 55,000-seat Mestalla stadium, dubbed one of Europe's greatest stadiums and located in the dense neighbourhood close to the historic city centre or in real estate speak, "prime land".
"We see consultancy and real estate opportunities that may open up for us, so we are submitting a proposal (to Mr Lim) for a feasibility study to get involved in the project," said Mr Lock.

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01-04-2015, 09:39 AM.
Post: #16
RE: Rowsley
Anyone vested in this? The price run up over the past week was crazy.

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11-12-2015, 01:13 AM.
Post: #17
RE: Rowsley
Watch out for Rowsley. 
1. Hotel Football. Expect this to grow big in Asia & Europe (most likely into a big hotel chain)Football fans need hotels like this to soak into the atmosphere during World Cup, Euro , UCL, EPL, La Liga etc
2. St Michael's Mixed Use Project 
- Superb location, just beside Manchester Christmas Markets
- just beside Manchester City Town Hall , Central Libary 
3. Stock Exchange Hotel 
- can become a heritage icon like our Raffles Hotel
- superb location near to all sorts of markets (fashion, food, fresh produce...etc) 

Note : Good News from Manchester 
A. Council approved St Michael's Project Strategic Planning Blueprint on 9 Dec 2015
B. Amazon building 3 super large warehouses in Manchester and nearby region, one of which about 600,000 sq ft at Manchester Airport City , whereas DHL similar location warehouse only about 35,000 sq ft

As for Vantage Bay, let your imagination run wild.
1. Freehold
2. Superb location about 1 km (5 min drive) from JB CIQ
3. Recent MOU with Thomson Medical - something big brewing ? 

It is a sizable plot of land with superb location. If they don't build a health city, a theme park with global brand name like Disney with hotels , shopping mall, food mall, would be great too.

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11-12-2015, 10:22 AM.
Post: #18
RE: Rowsley
(11-12-2015, 01:13 AM),kenlimpar Wrote: Watch out for Rowsley. 
1. Hotel Football. Expect this to grow big in Asia & Europe (most likely into a big hotel chain)Football fans need hotels like this to soak into the atmosphere during World Cup, Euro , UCL, EPL, La Liga etc
2. St Michael's Mixed Use Project 
- Superb location, just beside Manchester Christmas Markets
- just beside Manchester City Town Hall , Central Libary 
3. Stock Exchange Hotel 
- can become a heritage icon like our Raffles Hotel
- superb location near to all sorts of markets (fashion, food, fresh produce...etc) 

Note : Good News from Manchester 
A. Council approved St Michael's Project Strategic Planning Blueprint on 9 Dec 2015
B. Amazon building 3 super large warehouses in Manchester and nearby region, one of which about 600,000 sq ft at Manchester Airport City , whereas DHL similar location warehouse only about 35,000 sq ft

As for Vantage Bay, let your imagination run wild.
1. Freehold
2. Superb location about 1 km (5 min drive) from JB CIQ
3. Recent MOU with Thomson Medical - something big brewing ? 

It is a sizable plot of land with superb location. If they don't build a health city, a theme park with global brand name like Disney with hotels , shopping mall, food mall, would be great too.

If you look at the chart, highest peak was about 65 cents. Now Rowsley is on a gradual up after hitting its abyss . 

For all penny stocks below 30 cents I can think of, I can only think of Rowsley as the safest bet for higher returns. 

Businesses : 
RSP (prestigious architects)
Healthcare and Medical (note : Mr Peter Lim already has an established Thomson Medical, which makes the healthcare business @ vantage bay looks more probable with higher success rate)
Properties (St Michael's Mixed Use Project) 
Hotels (hotel football becoming a chain perhaps ? Stock Exchange Heritage Hotel) 

Backed by ? 
Mr Peter Lim
RSP 
Johor VVVIP Shareholder 
BCEG (Beijing state owned whose Manchester Airport City project very successful) 

Think about it.

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