CPF members hold fewer than 3% of Hyflux ordinary shares and 3% of its preference shares

Hyflux's liabilities were $2.95 billion as of March 31 last year. ST PHOTO: LIM YAOHUI
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SINGAPORE - Only a small minority of Hyflux investors used their Central Provident Fund (CPF) savings to buy shares in the troubled water treatment company.

CPF members held fewer than 3 per cent of Hyflux ordinary shares and fewer than 3 per cent of its preference shares, said a CPF Board spokesman on Tuesday (April 9).

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