T7 Global’s business realignment pays off


T7 Global CEO Tan says he is positive that the group can record a double-digit revenue growth in the financial years of 2023 to 2025

ONCE shunned by investors and bankers following fraud and money laundering allegations, T7 Global Bhd is making heads turn again after its share price surged by 21% in January.

The stock’s uptrend could be a “leading indicator” for the stronger earnings that the energy solutions company is projecting for the next several years, including 2023.

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