Korea’s Hanwha Investing US$4m in Capital Raising Platform CapBridge

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South Korea’s Hanwha Investment & Securities (Hanwha) is investing US$4 million for a stake in Singapore’s private capital raising platform CapBridge, according to a statement.

The investment will make Hanwha a strategic partner of CapBridge, a partnership that will help South Korean firms and investors connect to opportunities in the global private markets.

With Hanwha partnering with CapBridge, South Korean companies can have the chance to list on 1exchange, the only regulated private securities exchanges in Singapore and work with Hanwha and CapBridge for private capital raising.

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