Search
Searching Content indexed under Shareholders by Shook Lin & Bok ordered by Published Date Descending.
Links to Result pages
 
1  
 
Title
Country
Organisation
Author
Date
1
Judicial Management – The Effect Of Creditors' Third-Party Security On Their Voting Rights
Bank creditors often take security in the form of guarantees or mortgages given by the borrower's parent or affiliated companies.
Singapore
29 Aug 2018
2
Financing A Joint Venture Company – Importance Of Dispute Resolution Mechanisms Between Joint Venture Parties (Learning Points From "Perennial (Capitol) Pte Ltd And Another v Capitol Investment Holdings Pte Ltd And Other Appeals")
A financing bank should ensure that there are agreed and effective mechanisms for fair resolution of deadlock situations between joint venture parties before financing a joint venture company.
Singapore
6 Apr 2018
3
Taking Stock On Dual Class Shares Discussions In Singapore
Singapore and Hong Kong recently revived the discussion on dual-class share ("DCS") structures in order to accommodate listing of new economy companies in industries such as information technology and life sciences.
Singapore
22 Jan 2018
4
SGX Issues Consultation Paper For A Possible Listing Framework For Dual Class Share Structures
The permissibility of DCS structures is a matter of considerable public debate. On one hand, there is the risk that shares with multiple votes can be used to severely undermine minority interests.
Singapore
15 Mar 2017
5
Shareholder Activism And How It May Affect Your Loans – A Practical Guide For Lenders
This article is intended to guide lenders on the key issues to consider when dealing with a corporate with multiple shareholders.
Singapore
15 Nov 2016
6
Afterword On Amendments To The Companies Act (From A SGX-Listed Issuer Perspective)
On 8 October 2014, Parliament passed the Companies (Amendment) Bill 2014 to the Companies Act (the "Act").
Singapore
13 Jul 2016
7
High Court Sets Aside Search Order; Affirms Strict Approach – Surreptitious Behaviour Insufficient If No Possibility Of Destruction Of Relevant Documents
The case involves a minority oppression action brought by the Plaintiff, Peh Yeng Yok, against the 1st Defendant, Tembusu Systems Pte Ltd (the "Company"), and its directors, Andras Kristof and Jarrod Luo...
Singapore
22 May 2016
8
Chan Siew Lee Jannie V Australia And New Zealand Banking Group Ltd [2016] SGCA 23 - Whether "Third Party Security" Has To Be Specified In A Statutory Demand
The Appellant is a shareholder and director of Timor Global LDA ("TG"). The Respondent, the Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd, had extended banking facilities in the sum of $7.8 million to TG.
Singapore
18 May 2016
9
Share Buybacks – Secret Weapon?
Further, under Singapore law, there can be specific advantages to repurchased shares.
Singapore
4 Apr 2016
Links to Result pages
 
1