Frequently Asked Questions
What are corporate actions?
A coporate action is any event that brings material change to a company and affects its stakeholders, including shareholders, both common and preferred, as well as bondholders. Common corporate actions include stock splits, dividends, rights issues etc. For more information on the following types of corporate actions, please refer to the SGX website:
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