Board Of Directors, Corporate Governance, Propertyguru, Olivier Lim

Board Of Directors, Corporate Governance

PropertyGuru reshuffles board; co-founder Jani Rautiainen retires

PropertyGuru reshuffles board; co-founder Jani Rautiainen retires

10.9.2019

PropertyGuru reshuffles board; co-founder Jani Rautiainen retires

REAL estate portal PropertyGuru Group on Tuesday appointed Olivier Lim as independent chairman as well as Jenny Macdonald and Melanie Wilson as independent non-executive directors to its board. Read more at The Business Times.

Meanwhile, four directors including the company’s co-founder are also retiring from the board.

PropertyGuru plans up to A$400m Australian IPO: sources

PropertyGuru also said on Tuesday that the directors retiring from its board are co-founder Jani Rautiainen, who continues to be a shareholder, as well as Ashish Shastry, Jay Wacher and David Gowdey.

Read more: The Business Times

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PropertyGuru plans up to A$400m Australian IPO: SourcesSINGAPORE: Southeast Asian online realtor PropertyGuru Group, which counts buyout firms TPG Capital and KKR among its backers, is targeting an ...

PropertyGuru plans up to A$400m Australian IPO: sources[SINGAPORE] South-east Asian online realtor PropertyGuru Group, which counts buyout firms TPG Capital and KKR among its backers, is targeting an Australian IPO which could raise up to A$400 million (S$378.5 million) this year, sources with knowledge of the deal told Reuters on Tuesday. Read more at The Business Times.

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