K&N Kenanga Doesn’t Expect Further Write-Downs, Star ReportsChong Pooi Koon
K&N Kenanga Holdings Bhd. doesn’t expect further write-downs after saying it would report additional impairment charges of 44.3 million ringgit in the fourth-quarter ending Dec. 31, the Star reported, citing Kenanga Investment Bank Chief Executive Officer Lee Kok Khee.
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