SINGAPORE (Dec 5): The introduction of dual-class shares (DCS) has damaged Singapore's regulatory creditability and contradicts investor stewardship, suggests findings from a report by the Asian Corporate Governance Association (ACGA) and CLSA Limited. 

According to the ninth edition of CG Watch, a regional report jointly conducted by ACGA and CLSA on corporate governance (CG) in Asia-Pacific published every two years, Singapore is found to be a “contradictory city” for its mixed survey findings.

See: Mood souring on dual-class shares as SGX gives green light

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