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Issue: Real estate company's breached disclosure requirements

Description In January 2016, Bruno Manser Fund, an NGO based in Switzerland, filed a complaint with the Canadian NCP against the Ottawa-based Sakto Group, a real estate and investment holding with close ties to the family of Sarawak Governor and former Chief Minister Abdul Taib Mahmud. The complainants allege that the Sakto Group breached the OECD Guidelines disclosure requirements and lists several Canadian companies and companies in other countries including the United States, Australia, the United Kingdom and Malaysia. The complainants request that Sakto Group discloses its beneficial owners and provides detailed information on its activities, finances, group structure, governance and intra-group relations.
Developments/Outcome

1 cases relating to 'Real estate company's breached disclosure requirements':

Title Issue Date filed Status
Bruno Manser Fund vs. Sakto Group Real estate company's breached disclosure requirements 2 January 2016 Rejected

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