The recent trading suspension of perpetual securities (perps) issued by water treatment specialist Hyflux has left investors out on a limb - and out of pocket.
Prior to the suspension, Hyflux's failure to pay last month's coupon of its $500 million 6 per cent perps had resulted in an event of default.
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