FSL Request Share Trading Halt

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Sunday, June 30, 2013

First Ship Lease Trust (FSL) request halt to trading on exchange from 0830, July 1, 2013, pending a Board of Director's announcement.

According to the company's web site: First Ship Lease Trust ("FSL Trust") was constituted as a business trust in Singapore on 19 March 2007 under the Business Trusts Act and listed on the main board of the Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Limited on 27 March 2007. Its American Depository Receipts are quoted on OTCQX since 29 October 2008. The Sponsor of FSL Trust is FSL Holdings Pte.Ltd .

FSL Trust’s business focuses on long-term bareboat leasing from which it derives stable long-term cash flow. The Trust has a diversified portfolio of 25 modern and high quality vessels, comprising seven containerships, 11 product tankers, three chemical tankers, two dry bulk carriers and two crude oil tankers.

FSL Trust is managed by FSL Trust Management Pte. Ltd., the trustee-manager. The trustee-manager aims to grow and diversify the Trust’s portfolio through accretive acquisitions of vessel with leases, to increase predictable cashflow generation and to provide sustainable regular cash distributions to unitholders of the Trust.

FSL Trust is listed on the main board of the Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Limited (SGX-ST) and its American Depository Receipts (ADR) are quoted on the PrimeQX tier of International OTCQX. FSL Trust is a component stock of the FTSE ST Maritime Index.
 
 

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