The Relevant Shareholders advise shareholders of the Company (“Shareholders”) not to be deterred by any statement made by the Company regarding the validity of the EGM or seeking to persuade them not to attend the EGM. The EGM will take place with or without the cooperation of the Company.
The Affected Shareholders point out that there is no provision in the Company’s Constitution, the Companies Act or the SGX Listing Handbook which gives the Company the power to declare the EGM invalid.
Legal advisers have also confirmed that the opinion of AGE as published on
The Affected Shareholders wish to remind Shareholders that the Company had previously refused to publish the EGM Notice on SGXNet and on the Company’s website, contrary to Catalist Rule 704(14) of the SGX Listing Manual (the “Rule “). Under the rule, the company is required to immediately announce the details of any general meeting, for example by posting a copy of the notice of EGM on SGXNet and on the company’s website, regardless of the advice requested or the measures to be taken. Failure to do so constitutes a breach of the Rule and unfairly deprives Shareholders of wishing to attend and vote at a general meeting.
Shareholders are strongly encouraged to attend and vote at the EGM in person or by proxy, in order to exercise their rights as shareholders of the Company with respect to the proposed resolutions set out in the Notice of Meeting. ‘AGE.
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