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Legal Help for Structured Products Victims

Today, there was a newspaper report on some structured products victims seeking help from a lawyer, Leonard Loo. I am posting the following information from Leonard for those who are interested to find out more. He is organising a series of free no-obligation talks to meet up with investors. Do note that MAS has advised […]

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Hong Lim Park Roundup 2

Videos of the speech done by Mr Tan Kin Lian In Mandarin delivered by Mr Goh Meng Seng (Part 1) Mandarin (Part 2) Mandarin (Part 3) Media Coverage of the Event (Mandarin) Media Interview with Mr Tan Kin Lian Comments by SM Goh Chok Tong Click here to leave your comments.

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MAS Press Conference on the Sale of Structured Products to Retail Investors

Yesterday night, Heng Swee Keat, Managing Director of MAS, made some remarks on the sale of structured products like Lehman Minibonds, DBS High Notes and Jubilee Notes to the public. These are some of his points: MAS has been working actively to ensure a fair resolution for investors. They are making sure HSBC Institutional Trust Services considers […]

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Lawyer says Investors Could Recoup Some Cash Through Class Action Suit

Channel Newsasia had a short report yesterday night on the possibility of investors getting something back using a class action suit.  Lawyer Leonard Loo on Channel Newsasia (Video link on that page). Other stories in the press: Hong Kong banks mis-sold Minibonds (AsiaOne) DBS High Notes Protest (Lianhe Zaobao) Click here to listen to the article Retiree Sues UOB (Lianhe […]

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Hong Lim Park Roundup

Update: Videos added Yesterday evening, more than 700 structured product ‘investors’ met up at Hong Lim Park for a gathering. I suppose that was the biggest turnout ever at Speaker’s Corner.   Mr Tan Kin Lian and Mr Leong Sze Hian addressed the crowd for a while before breaking them up into their respective groups. […]

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