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ASEAN Corporate Secretaries Network (ACSN) 1st Webinar Minority Shareholders’ Rights
A minority shareholder in a company generally does not have much power to influence the management and its decision. Where as, a majority shareholder almost have an absolute control over its company, its management, and its board of directors. As a minority shareholder, how can you protect your rights and ensure that your interests are not disregarded by the management or company? Minority shareholders can actually do so in number of ways, such as derivative action, unfair prejudice claim, and winding up petition.

Day and date : Thursday, 7 September 2017
Time : 03.00 PM - 05.00 PM
Place : Room 510, Anggrek Campus


Dr Tan Wee Liang, FCIS
Chairman, Chartered Secretaries Institute of Singapore (CSIS)
Dr Hardijanto Saroso (Chairman, Indonesian Company Secretary Association (ICSA)
Ms Chua Siew Chuan, FCIS
Immediate Past President, Chartered Secretaries Malaysia (MAICSA)
Mr Rongrak Phanapavudhikul
Senior Vice President, FWD Life Insurance Public Company Limited
MrIvan Tam, FCIS
President, Hong Kong Institute of Chartered Secretaries (HKICS)

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