The curious case of ConnectCounty

More recently, on Monday, Ang Chuang Juay, (pic) who is the company’s executive deputy chairman, ceased to be a substantial shareholder of the company after he pared down his shareholding to below the 5% threshold level, from the 5.67% he held as at end-March 2019. Ang, a Singapore national, disposed of the shares between June 12 and June 15, exchange filings show.

IN today’s world of information overload and the proliferation of social media, the search for accurate information is a challenge.

In the context of Malaysian listed companies, one seemingly solid source of information are filings that companies make with the stock exchange.

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