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May 06, 2015 3:21 PM ET

Diversified Telecommunication Services

Company Overview of Aries Telecoms (M) Berhad

Company Overview

Aries Telecoms (M) Berhad, a fixed line network telco, provides network facilities and services. It offers Ethernet private line/Lan; international private leased circuit to connect regional or global offices/sites through a network operator; Ethernet dedicated Internet access; Ethernet IP transit services; and IPTV, IP-radio, VoIP, videoconferencing, and triple play services. It serves enterprise and wholesale customers, such as hospitality, healthcare, education, government, financial services, and professional services sectors. Aries Telecoms (M) Berhad was formerly known as V Telecoms Berhad and changed its name to Aries Telecoms (M) Berhad in February 2015. The company was founded in 19...

Suite 2BG1

Ground Floor

Plaza Sentral, KL Sentral

Jalan Stesen Sentral 5

Kuala Lumpur,  50470

Malaysia

Founded in 1996

Phone:

60 130 088 8218

Key Executives for Aries Telecoms (M) Berhad

Chief Executive Officer and President
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Aries Telecoms (M) Berhad Key Developments

Aries Telecoms Reportedly Explores Options For IPO

Aries Telecoms (M) Berhad has begun work on a potential flotation in London to further plans to build the first land-based fibre internet infrastructure between Singapore and Hong Kong. Aries Telecoms has appointed Panmure Gordon and Mirabaud Securities to explore options for an initial public offering, raising about £100 million, according to a person close to the process. The flotation would probably be on Aim, London’s junior stock market. One person with knowledge of the group said the choice to list in London was in part to raise the profile of the group, rather than just to raise equity. “The company does not have a requirement for cash, but an IPO would allow it to shift from being a local, domestic operator into a regional player with an international investor base,” he said. A London listing could help with discussions to secure contracts and gain regulatory support as Aries seeks to build the first terrestrial internet connection between Singapore to Hong Kong via Malaysia, Thailand and Laos. A final decision on whether to proceed with a listing is expected during the summer. The company declined to comment, reported Financial Times.

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