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Removal of one-share-one-vote rule

Different share classes allow public firms more flexibility in raising capital; offer investors a wider range of choices

Mrs Teo says "it is the 800 or so non-listed public companies that can take immediate advantage of the liberalisation"


PUBLIC companies in Singapore will soon be able to offer shares with multiple voting rights, as parliament approved a bill on Wednesday resulting in the largest number of proposed reforms to the Companies Act since its enactment.

The Companies (Amendment) Bill proposed

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