Welcome To REHDA Institute

REHDA Institute is the training and research arm of REHDA that was established in 2004 to address the research and educational needs of the housing and property industry. Under auspices and with support from its parent organisation ….

REHDA Institute Objectives

To develop training and events for the industry with a modern approach towards achieving the highest standard performance…

REHDA Institute Activities

REHDA Institute organises many industry relevant training programmes to ensure members and their staff are kept abreast …

Board of Trustees

The affairs of REHDA Institute are governed by an independent Board of Trustees led by REHDA Institute Chairman.

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  • High Court dismisses Ezion bondholder's originating summons
    November 24, 2017 8:53 AMSINGAPORE - Ezion Holdings, which had asked creditors for support to push back debt deadlines, said Friday (Nov 24) an originating summons taken out by a substantial bond holder has been dismissed by Singapore's High Court.
  • Cosco Shipping sets Jan 5 deadline for Cogent privatisation bid
    November 24, 2017 8:45 AMSINGAPORE - Cosco Shipping International has issued formal offer documents for its S$1.02 per share bid to privatise Cogent Holdings, setting a Jan 5, 2018 deadline for Cogent's minority shareholders.
  • US oil hits 2-year high on pipeline outage, lower inventories
    November 24, 2017 7:30 AMCALGARY (REUTERS) - US crude hit a two-year high in thin trade on Thursday (Nov 23) as the shutdown of a major crude pipeline from Canada and a draw on fuel inventories pointed to a tightening market, despite rising output from US producers.

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  • New Uber CEO Knew of Hack for Months
    While the massive data breach at Uber Technologies Inc. didn’t happen under the watch of the new chief executive, more than two months elapsed before he notified affected customers and drivers of the incident, people familiar with the matter said.
  • Mitsubishi Materials' Quality Scandal Kept Quiet for Months
    Mitsubishi Materials Corp. said its subsidiary knew for months factory workers were tampering with quality information on airplane, car, and power-plant parts but continued to ship the products to places, possibly including to the U.S.
  • Rio Tinto Isn't Tesla; It Should Hold Fire On a Lithium Bet
    Lithium-battery and electric-vehicle plays are enjoying a futuristic ride into the stratosphere. Rio Tinto shouldn’t follow—at least not yet.