LISTED companies in Singapore will soon get legal certainty on how they can conduct their shareholder meetings while complying with safe-distancing rules amid the novel coronavirus outbreak.

THE regulatory arm of the Singapore Exchange has provided guidelines for listed companies or trusts to hold their general meetings amid the novel coronavirus situation.

THIS WEEK'S TOPIC: Does Singapore need a universal whistleblower protection law?

SINGAPORE Exchange Regulation (SGX RegCo) will give all firms, not just those with China operations, an additional two months to hold their annual general meeting (AGM) due to concerns about large...

SINGAPORE does not have an over-arching whistleblower protection law, but whistleblowers of certain offences are protected under specific legislation, which provides a more targeted approach,...

MARK TO MARKET

THIS week, I plan to submit a response to the Singapore Exchange Regulation's consultation paper on its proposed enhancements to the regulatory regime for property valuation and auditors.

VIRUS OUTBREAK

LISTED firms with significant China operations that are struggling to complete their statutory audit by the regulatory deadline due to the novel coronavirus outbreak can now apply to get an...

LISTED firms with significant China operations that are struggling to complete their statutory audit by the regulatory deadline due to the novel coronavirus outbreak can now apply to get an...

WITH mandatory first and third-quarterly reporting lifted, listed companies can still make quarterly dividend announcements even if they are not accompanied by financial results - provided they...

SINGAPORE'S frontline market regulator has released a list comprising 109 "riskier issuers" which must continue to make quarterly reporting (QR) of their financial results.