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Sale By Tender: When Does A Contract Arise?
It is common practice for receivers or liquidators selling the assets of a company to conduct a sale by tender, issuing an Information Memorandum and inviting tenders from various parties.
Malaysia
7 Nov 2018
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Where Differences Matter
The FAQ further clarifies that CFD is a leveraged derivatives product that tracks the price movement of an underlying instrument.
Malaysia
6 Nov 2018
3
Intraday Short Selling: Here To Slay Or To Stay?
IDSS allows a party to sell first and buy the securities later.
Malaysia
6 Nov 2018
4
A Personal Wrong Or A Corporate Wrong?
This distinction may be challenging to apply in practice.
Malaysia
6 Nov 2018
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The Inequality Of Dual Class Shares
Sheba Gumis explains the concepts underlying dual class shares.
Malaysia
6 Nov 2018
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Adding Spice And Seasoning To The Malaysian Bond And Sukuk Market
Kok Chee Kheong provides an overview of the recent measures introduced to boost retail investment in bonds and sukuk in Malaysia.
Malaysia
6 Nov 2018
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Corporate Liability For Corruption
It has been at least four years since the idea of introducing corporate liability in Malaysia for bribery and corruption was mooted.
Malaysia
3 Jul 2018
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A Right To Inspect And A Right To Suspend?
It is trite law that the accounting and related records of a company are open to inspection by directors (Section 167(3) of the Companies Act 1965 and section 245(4) of the Companies Act 2016).
Malaysia
7 Jun 2018
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Division Of Powers Between Shareholders And Directors
On 14 December 2017, the Federal Court delivered its grounds of judgment in the case of Tengku Dato' Ibrahim Petra bin Tengku Indra Petra v Petra Perdana Bhd [2018] 2 MLJ 177 ("Petra Perdana").
Malaysia
7 Jun 2018
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