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KUALA LUMPUR: Senheng New Retail Bhd’s initial public offering (IPO) for the public portion has been oversubscribed by 10.4 times.
Senheng received a total of 16,548 applications for 343.2 million shares with an aggregate value of RM367.3mil, for the public portion of the group’s IPO comprising 30.0 million shares made available for application by the Malaysian public.
Senheng is expected to list on the Main Market of Bursa Malaysia on Jan 25 and is slated to be the first Main Market listing for the year.
Executive chairman Lim Kim Heng said: “The oversubscription of Senheng’s IPO indicates the public confidence our over 30-year
track record of building one of Malaysia’s best and most progressive retail brands, and our growth strategies that will transform the way consumers shop.”
“Going forward, we are expanding our nationwide store network, enhancing in-store and online shopping experiences, as well as bringing a wider range of quality products to our customers. We are also upgrading our digital infrastructure and logistics capabilities to enhance our seamless retail experience in the digital era.
“Furthermore, we are targeting dividend payouts of at least 30% of net profit to shareholders, for their commitment in joining us in our transformative journey towards shaping Malaysia’s new retail landscape.”
Senheng’s IPO exercise entails the public issue of 250.0 million new shares and an offer-for-sale of 139.5 million existing shares at an issue price of RM1.07 per share.
Of the proceeds to be raised from the public issue, 60.0% or RM160.5mil will go towards setting up new stores as well as upgrading existing stores into bigger, enhanced concept stores.
The group aims to upgrade or set up 61 new and existing stores from 2022 to 2024 to elevate the shopping experience of its customers.
Another 19.3% or RM51.7mil will be used to strengthen the group’s back-end capacities and capabilities.
The remaining 20.7% or RM55.3mil will be utilised to repay bank borrowings and defray listing expenses.
Mercury Securities Sdn Bhd is the principal adviser, managing underwriter, joint underwriter and joint bookrunner for the IPO exercise, while CIMB Investment Bank Bhd and AmInvestment Bank Bhd are the joint bookrunners and joint underwriters.