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Changes To The Voluntary Delisting Rules Announced By The SGX RegCo On 11 July 2019
AMENDMENTS TO THE RULES ON VOLUNTARY DELISTING FROM SGX-ST
Singapore
9 Sep 2019
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PDPA Application To M&A Transactions
The "Business Asset Transaction" consent exception and its application to share sale transactions
Singapore
9 Sep 2019
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Basics Of A Variable Capital Company
This table provides you with a useful overview of the Variable Capital Company ("VCC").
Singapore
5 Sep 2019
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MAS Consults On Requirements For The Proposed AML/CFT Framework For VCCs
The variable capital company is a new corporate structure for all types of collective investment schemes in Singapore. Each VCC may comprise of one or more CIS, which can be open-ended or closed-ended funds.
Singapore
4 Sep 2019
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An Overview Of The Recent Amendments To The Building And Construction Industry Security Of Payment Act
The Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act ("SOPA") was introduced in 2004 to improve cash-flow in the building and construction industry.
Singapore
26 Jul 2019
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Venture Capital Investment Model Agreements
Entrepreneurs and investors of companies in the early stages of funding, namely pre-Series A and Series A rounds of funding, can now refer to the Venture Capital Investment Model Agreements, which has been launched by the SAL ...
Singapore
12 Jun 2019
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The Case For And Against Cryptocurrency ETFs In Singapore
Exchange Traded Funds are listed funds that track an underlying basket of assets that typically share a similar investment profile, which can be a stock index, commodity, bonds, or any basket of assets.
Singapore
11 Jun 2019
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The Singapore Exchange Listing Decision On The Use Of A Business/Ownership Structure To Comply With Foreign Ownership Restrictions
In certain jurisdictions, there may be restrictions on foreign ownership of domestic companies or in respect of certain industries.
Singapore
11 Jun 2019
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The Airocean Appeal: The Concepts of Materiality and Trade Sensitive Information
This article considers the rulings of materiality and trade sensitive information and the analysis underpinning them.
Singapore
23 Sep 2012
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When Should One Make a Non-Exclusive Jurisdiction Clause the Exclusive Choice?
This article seeks to examine the effect of non-exclusive jurisdiction clauses in light of a recent Singapore decision.
Singapore
3 Jun 2012
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The "As Is, Where Is" Clause Revisited: Practical situations where the clause has arisen and how it may be enforced in such situations
Incorporating an "As is Where is" clause gives no warranty as to the fitness of the property for the buyer's purpose.
Singapore
13 Feb 2012
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Directors’ Right to Inspect Company Accounts clarified
The Singapore High Court clarified the ambit of a director's right to inspect company accounting records.
Singapore
8 Feb 2012
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Disqualification of an independent director on the ground of failure to exercise reasonable diligence in the discharge of his duties
Discussion of the appeal in the case of Ong Chow Hong (alias Ong Chaw Ping) v Public Prosecutor and another.
Singapore
8 Feb 2012
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Are Deposits Recoverable by a Purchaser when a Property Transaction is Aborted?
A Vendor is entitled to forfeit a Purchaser's reasonable deposit under both common law and the Conditions of Sale.
Singapore
1 Feb 2012
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The Japan disasters and its effects on business in Singapore
On 11 March 2011, an earthquake with magnitude 9.0 hit the northern part of Japan unleashing a powerful tsunami along the east coast. Images of the disaster on television and the internet shook the whole world. Many have shed tears and prayed as the news revealed the devastation of the impact. As of 13 April 2011, more than 13,000 lives were lost, 15,000 people are still missing, and 140,000 people are still living in shelters.
Singapore
8 Jun 2011
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The Airocean Case
In PP v Chong Keng Ban @ Johnson Chong & Ors [2011] SGDC 4, the Executive Director / Chief Operating Officer and 2 Independent Directors (collectively as "Directors") of the listed company Airocean Group Limited ("Airocean") were charged with various offences under the Securities and Futures Act (SFA).
Singapore
 
8 Jun 2011
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Execution of documents: proposed changes to Singapore law
Singapore law on the execution of documents, in particular deeds, has recently been submitted to further review.
Singapore
8 Jun 2011
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