Serba Dinamik receives writ of summons from Malaysian Trustees Bhd, confirming The Edge’s story

August 1, 2022

Can be retitled as ‘I told you so’.

Dateline 2022-05-26, The Edge:

Serba Dinamik Holdings Bhd said on Thursday (May 26) that it received a writ of summons from Malaysian Trustees Bhd on May 18.

The company was responding to a Bursa Malaysia query seeking clarification on The Edge’s story entitled: “Serba Dinamik slapped with suit seeking repayment of RM100m after defaulting on debt papers”.

In a filing with Bursa on Thursday, the oil and gas service provider reiterated that it is taking steps to procure the support of Malaysian Trustees regarding the application for a court-convened meeting of its creditors and the application for a restraining order to be granted over the company.


Malaysia bourse wants independent review of oil firm’s deals after auditor’s red flags

July 25, 2021

Dateline 2021-06-23, Reuters:

Malaysian oil and gas service provider Serba Dinamik Holdings Bhd (SERB.KL) must appoint an independent reviewer to address issues raised by the company’s external auditor, the national stock exchange said on Wednesday.

In May, Serba said auditor KPMG had not been able to verify contracts and transactions worth 3.5 billion ringgit ($840.74 million) with 11 customers.

Serba rejected the concerns and has said it saw no issues with the existence or legitimacy of the contracts.