Manulife US REIT IPO Listing Balloting Result

Manulife US REIT USA LogoOFFERING IN RESPECT OF 396,569,300 UNITS REPRESENTING UNDIVIDED INTERESTS IN MANULIFE US REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT TRUST AT THE OFFERING PRICE OF US$0.83 PER UNIT COMPRISING:

  1. AN INTERNATIONAL PLACEMENT OF 350,782,200 UNITS TO INVESTORS OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATED OF AMERICA; AND
  2. AN OFFERING OF 45,787,100 UNITS TO THE PUBLIC IN SINGAPORE

SUBJECT TO THE OVER-ALLOTMENT OPTION OF UP TO 28,149,300 UNITS (THE “OVERALLOTMENT OPTION”).

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Please see the official announcement of the Manulife US REIT IPO Balloting Result here.

Manulife US REIT IPO Prospectus and Analysis here.

Manulife US REIT IPO Prospectus and Fundamental Analysis

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SINGAPORE — In a move expected to inject new life into the sluggish initial public offering (IPO) market in Singapore, Manulife US Real Estate Investment Trust (Manulife US REIT) is seeking to raise as much as US$470 million (S$632 million) in its second attempt at a listing here, which would be the largest such deal in the Republic in nearly two years.

The company, a unit of Canadian insurer Manulife Financial Corp, plans to sell 566 million units at between 82 US cents and 83 US cents apiece, according to a draft prospectus filed with the Monetary Authority of Singapore yesterday. Of the units on offer, 169.5 million will be taken up by cornerstone investors, which include Oman Investment Fund, Fortress Capital Asset Management and certain private banking clients of DBS Bank. The balance will be offered to institutional investors and the public. Read more on Manulife US REIT IPO news

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Base on Manulife US REIT IPO Prospectus (549 pages)

OVERVIEW OF MANULIFE US REIT
Manulife US REIT is a Singapore REIT established with the investment strategy principally to invest, directly or indirectly, in a portfolio of income-producing office real estate in key markets in the United States, as well as real estate-related assets.

  • Type = Commercial (Office)
  • Sponsor = Manulife (9.5% stake)
  • Market Capitalization = US$513 Million to US$519 Million
  • Total Unit = 625,540,000 (Page 52)
  • Portfolio = 3 Grade A Commercial Property. Peachtree @ MidTown, Figueroa @ Los Angeles and Michelson @ Irvine 
  • IPO Offer Price = Between US$0.82 to US$0.83
  • NAV = US$0.78 (Page 52)
  • Price / NAV = between 1.051  to 1.064
  • Distribution Yield = 6.6%/6.7% (2016) 7.1%/7.2% (2017)
  • WALE = 5.7 Years (Page 19)
  • Occupancy Rate = 96.5% (Page 20)
  • Gearing Ratio = 294,000/777,450 = 37.8% (Page 52)
  • Plan Listing: May 20, 2016

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Is it a good REIT to subscribe? Is the yield attractive with the IPO share price? How to analyse the fundamental of this Manulife US REIT to see whether it is a good long term investment? What are the risks? Check out the coming Singapore REIT Public Workshop here.

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  • Type = Commercial (Office)
  • Sponsor = Manulife (9.5% stake)
  • Market Capitalization = $490 Million
  • Portfolio = 3 Grade A Commercial Property @ Washington DC (19% NAV), Los Angeles (38% NAV ) and Irvine (43% NAV)
  • Price / NAV = between 1.1 to 1.2
  • Distribution Yield = 5.5% to 5.9%
  • WALE = 5.1 Years
  • Occupancy Rate = 97.7%
  • Top 10 Tenants = 58% of income
  • Gearing Ratio = 37.6%
  • WADB = 10.3 Years
  • Cost of Capital = 3.75%
  • Plan Listing: July 15, 2015

Is it a good REIT to subscribe? Is the yield attractive with the IPO share price? How to analyse the fundamental of this Manulife US REIT to see whether it is a good long term investment? What are the risks? Check out the coming Singapore REIT Public Workshop here.