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Sembcorp Industries (SG:U96)
SGX:U96

Sembcorp Industries (U96) Insider Trading Activity

113 Followers
Trend: No Trend Detected

U96 Insider Transactions

The data in the graph is based on publicly available reports of insider transactions,
See the number of buy and sell transactions by insiders for this stock over the past year.

Insider Confidence Signal

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The sentiment expressed in the Insider Confidence Signal is based on insider transactions over the past 3 months.

Insider Buy and Sell Transactions​

Insider Profile
Role
Transaction
Description
No. of Shares
Amount
Date
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Nagi  Hamiyeh insider transaction on SG:U96
Nagi Hamiyeh
Not Ranked
Non-Executive,Director
Uninformative Buy
Grant/Award/Other Acquisition
8,300
S$42081
Senior Officer
Uninformative Buy
Grant/Award/Other Acquisition
14,500
S$73515
Non-Executive,Director
Uninformative Buy
Grant/Award/Other Acquisition
1,600
S$8112
Non-Executive,Director
Uninformative Buy
Grant/Award/Other Acquisition
3,500
S$17745
Senior Officer
Uninformative Buy
Grant/Award/Other Acquisition
11,100
S$56277
Chao Choon  Ong insider transaction on SG:U96
Chao Choon Ong
Not Ranked
Non-Executive,Director
Uninformative Buy
Grant/Award/Other Acquisition
1,600
S$8112
Heng Tan  Tow insider transaction on SG:U96
Heng Tan Tow
Not Ranked
Chairman,Director
Uninformative Buy
Grant/Award/Other Acquisition
33,200
S$168324
Chee Keong Yap insider transaction on SG:U96
Chee Keong Yap
Not Ranked
Non-Executive,Director
Uninformative Buy
Grant/Award/Other Acquisition
12,100
S$61347
Kim Yin  Wong insider transaction on SG:U96
Kim Yin Wong
Not Ranked
President & Chief Executive Officer
Uninformative Buy
Grant/Award/Other Acquisition
857,000
S$4559240

FAQ

Which Insider has made the most Buy and/or Sell transactions on SG:U96?
The insider who has made the most Buy and/or Sell transactions on SG:U96 is Kim Yin Wong.
    What is the difference between informative and uninformative transactions?
    The main difference between informative and uninformative transactions is that informative ones reflect sentiment, so they are worth paying attention to.

    Corporate insiders are often awarded stock options as part of their compensation packages; this gives them the right to buy shares at a set price for a finite period. When an insider buys stocks because they are receiving a grant of shares for retention purposes, the Buy does not reveal what they think about the company’s prospects. Therefore, this type of transaction is considered an uninformative Buy transaction. It does not reflect sentiment and is of little value to investors.

    On the other hand, there is usually only one reason that an insider uses their personal funds to buy stocks of their company on the open market: they believe that the share price is going to rise. This is an informative transaction that provides valuable information to investors.

    Likewise, there are informative and uninformative Sell transactions, too. However, it can be more difficult to understand motive when it comes to informative Sell transactions, as they may reflect need; for example, an insider might decide to sell to pay for a new car, rather than because they have a pessimistic outlook on the stock.

    By law, corporate insiders are required to disclose trades they make in their own company to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Our technology scans these the Form 4 filings, and using the information on the form, determines whether the Buy or Sell transactions are informative or uninformative.
      When was the last time an insider traded SG:U96?
      The last SG:U96 insider trade was on May 24, 2024.
        What was the highest value insider transaction for SG:U96 during the last quarter?
        Currently, no data Available
        Can I see which stocks the top-ranking insiders are Buying or Selling?
        Yes, head over to our Expert Center to see a list of the top 100 corporate insiders and follow the insiders of your choice. Visit their profiles for more details about their transactions and see how they perform on a stock-by-stock basis.
          Who is Sembcorp Industries CEO?
          SG:U96's CEO is Kim Yin Wong.
            Which Sembcorp Industries executives are trading SG:U96 stocks?
            Nagi Hamiyeh, Ming Yan Lim and Li Yuen (Marina) Chin at Sembcorp Industries are trading SG:U96 stocks.
              What is SG:U96's Insider Trend?
              Currently, no data Available
              What is the meaning of the following actions:
              Non Open Market Buy: An agreement to purchase shares made directly with a company from the company’s own inventory of shares. Example: An insider executes on an option to buy shares from the company whereas the transaction does not occur through an exchange.

              Non Open Market Sell: Similarly to a Non Open Market Buy, this transaction does not occur through an exchange and is an agreement made with a company.

              Grant/Award/Other Acquisition: An Award or grant are both forms of financial assistance, typically for a public purpose provided by the federal government after a contractual agreement is made resulting in an upfront payment to complete agreed upon work.

              Auto Buy: A transaction which was initiated and completed automatically often allowing investors to purchase shares of a stock in regularly without manually confirming the buy order.

              Auto Sell: A transaction which was initiated and completed automatically to sell a security without manually confirming the sell order.

              Options Exercised and fully Sold: In regards to options trading, exercising an option means proceeding to buy or sell a specified security within an options contract.
                Amount: When there is an accurate amount available in the form 4 filing, it will be shown. If an accurate amount is not available, we will show the Estimated Value which is a unique TipRanks calculation that shows the financial impact of insider transactions on a company. It is calculated by multiplying the number of shares an insider buys or sells by the closing price of the company's stock on the day the transaction forms are filed.
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