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Philippine authorities investigating the multi-billion dollar fraud at Germany’s Wirecard AG’s have filed criminal complaints against the payment firm’s former chief operating officer as well as others.
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Proxy adviser Glass Lewis has urged SoftBank Group Corp shareholders to oppose the election of corporate lawyer Ken Siegel to the board of directors due to his professional ties with the Japanese conglomerate.
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Thai Airways International's creditors have voted to approve the airline's restructuring plan, the flag carrier said on Wednesday, as it seeks to recover from financial problems suffered long before the coronavirus pandemic.
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A Singapore court has approved a freeze on up to $3.5 billion of assets of the family behind collapsed Hin Leong Trading, boosting the prospect of debt recovery from the former oil trading empire that counts some of the world's biggest banks among its creditors.
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Virtual law firm FisherBroyles announced Tuesday that it has cracked the Am Law 200, saying it's the first non-traditional, so-called distributed law firm to rank among the top 200 highest-grossing U.S. firms.
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Davis Polk & Wardwell and Assegaf Hamzah & Partners are advising Indonesian ride-hailing and payments firm Gojek on its planned merger with the country’s e-commerce leader Tokopedia, which is being represented by Allen & Overy.
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Former Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom capital markets partner Christopher Betts has left the firm to become general counsel at Grab Holdings Inc, the largest ride-hailing and food delivery firm in Southeast Asia.
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Singapore Exchange Ltd is proposing introducing regulations to allow the listing of Special Purpose Acquisition Companies (SPACs) or blank cheque firms that have taken U.S. markets by storm.
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China is considering establishing a stock exchange to attract overseas-listed firms and bolster the global status of its onshore share markets, two people with knowledge of the matter told Reuters.
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Chinese online video site Bilibili is set to raise HK$20.2 billion ($2.60 billion) by pricing shares in its Hong Kong secondary listing at HK$808 each, said three people with direct knowledge of the matter.