Oil and gas firm Serba Dinamik Holdings Bhd has dismissed issues raised by its evaluator over agreements and exchanges worth more than RM3.5 billion.
Reuters announced Serba Dinamik as saying in a stock trade recording today that it didn’t perceive any issues with the agreements and exchanges addressed by KPMG.
It additionally said KPMG has not had the option to confirm agreements and exchanges with 11 clients.
“The organization takes the view that there is no issue concerning the authenticity and presence of the agreements just as the worth that will deliver any material effect on the monetary and operational parts of the gathering for the monetary year finishing June 30,” the organization said.
Serba Dinamik added that it will delegate an autonomous firm to “survey the exactness and veracity” of the issues KPMG raised.
The organization said the issues featured by KPMG included deals exchanges of RM2.3 billion, an exchange receivables equilibrium of RM652 million and a materials on location equilibrium of RM569 million.
In another recording with Bursa Malaysia, Serba Dinamik said an uncommon regular gathering had been proposed to eliminate KPMG as the organization’s evaluator.
The proposition, set forth by a non-autonomous non-leader chief, who is likewise an investor with 15.96% value, additionally prescribed that BDO be employed to review a similar period.
Beforehand, Serba Dinamik reprimanded KPMG’s choice to stop the review and solicitation a free audit without drawing in the administration.
The organization additionally disagreed with the way that KPMG featured the issues near the cutoff time to declare the records.
“We have given adequate data … and full collaboration to the reviewers to fulfill their all-inclusive methods necessities. By one way or another, we were educated that they couldn’t acquire affirmation from a portion of our clients,” Reuters cited bunch CEO Abdul Karim Abdullah as saying.
KPMG couldn’t promptly be gone after remark.
Serba Dinamik shares have been suspended since Tuesday when it reported its outside reviewer had hailed issues identified with its legal review.