3 retail investors of Datapulse want minority voices heard

The row largely began when accountant Ng Siew Hong became Datapulse's majority owner after she picked up a 29 per cent block of shares at a significant premium last November.
The row largely began when accountant Ng Siew Hong became Datapulse's majority owner after she picked up a 29 per cent block of shares at a significant premium last November. PHOTO: THE BUSINESS TIMES

Three minority investors who collectively own 200,000 shares of Datapulse Technology are raising concerns over the "eruption of events" at the firm since last December's shock ownership change sparked a shareholder feud.

They have contacted the regulator and the shareholder watchdog group and have posted complaints on social networks.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on March 03, 2018, with the headline '3 retail investors of Datapulse want minority voices heard'. Print Edition | Subscribe