SINGAPORE (Nov 25): In September, Indonesia-based gold mining company Wilton Resources announced plans to raise some $3.2 million by issuing 125 million new shares at 2.61 cents each. The investor is veteran fund manager Tan Chong Koay, who is coming in via two entities: 75 million shares to be subscribed by Pheim Asset Management Sdn Bhd and 50 million by Pheim Asset Management (Asia).

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