Khazanah in talks to sell stakes in M+S, Pulau Indah Ventures to JV partner Temasek

By Samantha Chiew / The Edge Singapore | August 24, 2018 2:00 PM SGT
SINGAPORE (Aug 23): Khazanah Nasional, Malaysia's sovereign wealth fund, is in talks to divest its 60% stake in M+S to its joint venture (JV) partner, Temasek Holdings, according to reports from The Malaysian Reserve.
The JV company, which is 40% owned by Temasek, was set up by the duo in 2011 to develop two mega-projects in Singapore – Marina One and DUO – worth about $11 billion in total.
In addition, the report cited sources saying that talks could also see Khazanah sell its 50% stake in another joint venture firm with Temasek, Pulau Indah Ventures, which is involved in projects in Iskandar Malaysia in Johor.
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