Co-founders of Fullerton Healthcare in legal spat over potential billion-dollar equity sale

(From left) David Sin, a co-founder, is suing co-founders and minority shareholders Michael Tan and Daniel Chan.
(From left) David Sin, a co-founder, is suing co-founders and minority shareholders Michael Tan and Daniel Chan.PHOTOS: FULLERTONHEALTH.COM

SINGAPORE - The private equity specialist credited with transforming Singapore-based Fullerton Healthcare Corp (FHC) into an Asia-Pacific healthcare management firm is embroiled in a legal spat with his two partners in relation to its potential billion-dollar equity sale.

Mr David Sin, a co-founder, group president and executive director of FHC, is suing co-founders and minority shareholders Michael Tan and Daniel Chan, two former Parkway doctors.

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