Long Well Group, Commerzbank Asset Management Asia, Singapore Court Of Appeal

Long Well Group, Commerzbank Asset Management Asia

Singapore top court upholds order for Commerzbank to pay Long Well S$41m for breaching agreements

Singapore top court upholds order for Commerzbank to pay Long Well S$41m for breaching agreements

8/2/2019 11:21:00 AM

Singapore top court upholds order for Commerzbank to pay Long Well S$41m for breaching agreements

SINGAPORE’S highest court, the Court of Appeal, has upheld an earlier High Court order for Commerzbank-owned Commerzbank Asset Management Asia (CAMA) to pay Long Well Group S$41 million in relation to a soured investment, Long Well said in a statement on Friday. Read more at The Business Times.

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