Better days ahead for Iris as it reboots identity?


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  • Saturday, 27 Apr 2019

Iris Corp Bhd's desktop biometric contact card reader seen at a bank in Kuala Lumpur. (Filepic)

Iris Corp Bhd’s new major shareholders appear to be set on fixing the company, which has been suffering a bout of consecutive losses since the financial year 2015 (FY15).

The company, which had designed the world’s first ePassport some 20 years ago, seems to have gathered some trading interest in the past one week, gaining more than 25% by yesterday’s close.

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