Datapulse boardroom challenger out to woo shareholders with $70m

Ms Ng Bie Tjin and her family vehicle Uniseraya Holdings own 16 per cent of Datapulse.
Ms Ng Bie Tjin and her family vehicle Uniseraya Holdings own 16 per cent of Datapulse.ST PHOTO: YEN MENG JIIN

Co-founder's daughter proposes dividend amounting to 32 cents a share amid tussle

Businesswoman Ng Bie Tjin knows she is the underdog in the high-stakes feud at Datapulse Technology, but she has a sweetener that may just swing investors - handing them a sizeable chunk of capital.

She has proposed returning $70 million cash in the form of a dividend amounting to 32 cents a share.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on April 12, 2018, with the headline 'Out to woo Datapulse shareholders with $70m'. Print Edition | Subscribe