It has been more than a week since the submission of a proposal to SGX by Sembcorp Industry and her subsidiary Sembcorp Marine (SCM) to raise fund of $2.1b for the SCM, and for the demerger between the two entities.

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As mentioned in the proposal, the extraordinary general meetings (EGM), for the SCI and SCM shareholders, are likely to convene on the same day in end August/early September. While there may be several resolutions to be tabled at the two EGMs, the success of the whole proposal depends on three items that are inter-conditional:

    • SCI shareholders to agree/disagree to receive SCM shares in lieu of cash dividends.
    • SCM shareholders to agree/disagree to waive their rights to receive Temasek Holding (TH) of making a general