Tiger Airways becomes subsidiary as Singapore Airlines ups its stake

Credit: Rob Finlayson
Singapore Airlines has increased its shareholding in Tiger Airways from 40% to 56%, making the low-cost carrier a subsidiary of the legacy carrier. Singapore Airlines converted all its perpetual convertible capital securities (PCCS) in Tiger Airways into new shares and no longer holds any PCCS in...

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