Local disclosure provisions apply extraterritorially, Singapore court affirms
Auditors from Mazars in Singapore and Hong Kong must disclose documents relating to the liquidation of a formerly Singapore-listed investment holding company, after the Singapore High Court found that section 285 of the local Companies Act – which allows liquidators to obtain information on a company’s affairs – has extraterritorial effect.
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