THE chain of events, unfolding in real time, could be highly embarrassing to the so called largest independent merchant bank, which has up to 60 million camouflaged Revenue Group Bhd shares that badly needs a home.
GETTING home though is stymied with the risk of exposing how ethics, fair play and sustainability were rubbished by investment bankers via financing mechanism for the notorious corporate mafia.
HERE in swanky Jalan Tun Razak, the big elephant in the room, is one of how the investment banker complied with the Environmental, Social and Governance plan of action with merely their pen, keyboard and lips.
INVESTORS are demanding that fair play in the market place a cornerstone of the Environmental, Social and Governance mantra to be restored as well as seen to be restored.
DEFIANTLY unpleasant news for the likes of Francis Leong Seng Wui and his one time brother in arms Eddie Ng Chee Siong as well as the dark forces inside the money market regulators who are holding the nation's equity market at ransom of being bastardised by fund managers as the false market epicentre of South East Asia.
i3INVESTOR, user and readership are a mixture of those on the retail side, who punt, research, analyse stocks , as well as important market makers in brilliant disguises.
YOU can VIEW : the Revenue Group landing page on the I3investor site, and read the overly negative sentiment on Revenue Group.
DILIGENT investors are echoin unsolicited price expectation of 4 sen a share for Revenue Group going forward, on the pretext that the company has life span of a mere six months, before ALL HELL BREAKS LOOSE.
AT four sen a share, Revenue Group Bhd looks mighty expensive considering the machine learning and artificial intelligence expertise employed by Wallet Investor VIEW : which monitors the stock every five minutes, during the entire trading session, says Revenue Group Bhd is worth not more than ONE SEN