Torque creditors to get interim returns as liquidators end investigations in crypto firm

Torque founder Bernard Ong was in May directed by the High Court to respond to the liquidators' questions. PHOTOS: TORQUESUPERWALLET.ASIA/YOUTUBE, TORQUETRADINGSYSTEM/INSTAGRAM
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SINGAPORE - The liquidators of failed cryptocurrency trading platform Torque have concluded their investigations, and creditors can expect a partial return of their crypto assets by the year end.

Legal proceedings will also be taken against some individuals through the British Virgin Islands (BVI) and Singapore courts as part of the liquidators' planned recovery actions.

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