Dig into SC website to find out about big case


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  • Saturday, 26 Sep 2009

DID you know that a prominent Malaysian businessman recently forked out more than RM1mil because the Securities Commission (SC) had sought to compensate some investors in relation to “alleged irregularities” in share trading back in 2007? Probably not, because the media never reported this development.

And that, in turn, was because the SC did not publicise its efforts to restitute the investors. If you had no inkling of this case, you have to fortuitously click your way, starting from the home page of the regulator’s website (www.sc.com.my), through four links to get to that bit of information.

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