Inix Technologies calls off Feb 13 EGM


The IT software company announced yesterday that the proposed EGM was no longer necessary, as the agenda to remove and appoint directors had been resolved.

PETALING JAYA: INIX Technologies Holdings Bhd has called off the extraordinary general meeting (EGM) scheduled for Feb 13 after two directors, facing removal, resigned.

The IT software company announced yesterday that the proposed EGM was no longer necessary, as the agenda to remove and appoint directors had been resolved.

“Dr Wong Jeh Shyan and Norizam Tukiman, two of the three directors to be removed at the EGM, have resigned and this was announced to Bursa Malaysia on Jan 23, 2019, other than Dr Azman Hussin, who has not resigned,” it said.

Inix said the board had appointed Datuk Zhang Li, Lee Yueh Shien and Edwin Silvester Das as new directors to fill in the vacancies created.

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