DBS... are these really the best they can do?


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First, fire people when business condition worsen.
Next, dilute the value of their shares and force investors to put in more money to reduce their losses.

Really no other options? :(
 

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This is only the begining. There will likely be more measures taken to ensure its survival.
 

azul123

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Anybody knows what they plan to do with the Capital raised? usually this type of things need transparency and accurate information, how else investors decide to pump in money?

../azul123
 

sORe-EyEz

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if anybody do have a betta idea, dun need to 'help' them for free. there are other charities more deserving. :devil:

if cannot perform just hold another re*****hment exercise loh!! :cool:
 

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It seems that they wouldnt be getting any interest from their principle loans to IR any sooner, hence they need more funds.
 

aryanto

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I dont touch anything that has BS in the name including DBS

to me BS = male-bovine excrement
 

obfuscate

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I think that almost all of you posted very childish remarks. :sticktong

The moderator should just close this pointless thread.
 

sORe-EyEz

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Anybody knows what they plan to do with the Capital raised? usually this type of things need transparency and accurate information, how else investors decide to pump in money?

../azul123

Tr-(us)-t?... :dunno:
 

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I think that almost all of you posted very childish remarks. :sticktong

The moderator should just close this pointless thread.
What u expect, KOPITIAM leh! unless u tell me u not local lah.... Children will not even tok abt DBS and capital raising lor, with the exception of maybe u??

Anyway, well, to them its just another case of capital financing lor, which in turn become more cashflow lor, then with more cashflow they can do things like investment(low risk kind, coz need approval by the board), pump into daily operations and whatnot lor.

The risk factor in high risk investments products are only borne by consumers, get it??
 

obfuscate

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What u expect, KOPITIAM leh! unless u tell me u not local lah.... Children will not even tok abt DBS and capital raising lor, with the exception of maybe u??

Anyway, well, to them its just another case of capital financing lor, which in turn become more cashflow lor, then with more cashflow they can do things like investment(low risk kind, coz need approval by the board), pump into daily operations and whatnot lor.

The risk factor in high risk investments products are only borne by consumers, get it??
No, I don't, because I work in a bank, and I know it is you people who sprout rubbish who don't get it.
 

sORe-EyEz

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when banks with long history & solid reputation can go bust, i oso dun get it. how did they make peps buy rubbish repackaged in fancy names? :sweatsm:
 

CYRN

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No, I don't, because I work in a bank, and I know it is you people who sprout rubbish who don't get it.
Since you are in the know. Why don't you educate us instead of this kind of one liner rebut which will get nowhere anyway.
 

obfuscate

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Since you are in the know. Why don't you educate us instead of this kind of one liner rebut which will get nowhere anyway.
What is there to explain? It's all DBS bashing with nothing to substantiate the reasons. All I read are baseless accusations.
 

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