Key officials of other companies have also delayed their announcements on dealings in securities
HIGH profile investor Koon Yew Yin has been creating headlines for all the wrong reasons recently.
The 83-year-old, who has amassed a huge following among the investing fraternity, is in the hot seat for his late disclosures of the disposal of his shares in a number of companies namely V.S. Industry Bhd, Latitude Tree Bhd and most recently plywood firm Focus Lumber Bhd.
To be fair, Koon who is the founder of construction groups IJM Corp Bhd, Gamuda Bhd, and Mudajaya Group Bhd, is not the only one.
While the rules state that substantial shareholders must notify a company within seven days of the date of change in his or her shareholdings, there have been cases in which this has not happened.
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