SINGAPORE (Jan 11): James Morton relocated to Singapore from the UK to set up an asset management business in 2010, attracted by the city-state's modern financial infrastructure and reputation for integrity. Since then, he has been disappointed by the failure of regulators to stop a locally listed company from favouring its majority shareholders at the expense of its minority shareholders in the running of its business.

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