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Eight other companies found to have tweaked their charters to allow dual-class shares

After SGX raised the issue with Chew's Group, it has sent reminder to companies that DCS provisions are premature

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An eighth company, Sunright, had a similar provision that "empower(s) it to convert one class of shares into another class of shares by special resolution"

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IT would seem that Chew's Group was just following the example of other Singapore listed companies when it attempted to amend its constitution this month to permit itself to issue dual-class shares (DCS).

The Business Times has learned that a sizeable number of other

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