According to the lawsuit, defendants throughout the Class Period made false and/or misleading statements and/or failed to disclose that:
- Tenet Fintech did not own 51% of Asia Synergy Financial Capital Ltd. (“ASFC”) through Wuxi Aorong;
- Tenet Fintech did not disclose its actual ownership structure of ASFC, an undisclosed and potentially problematic nominee shareholder agreement;
- Huayan did not own the Heartbeat platform;
- the Heartbeat platform did not exist prior to the alleged acquisition;
- Tenet Fintech faced imminent delisting from NASDAQ due to non-compliance with known regulations;
- the “recent disclosure guidance” was in fact published on November 23, 2020, nearly a full nine months prior to Tenet Fintech’s uplisting;
- as such, Tenet Fintech knew or should have known that its 40-F submission was deficient;
- Cubeler historically failed to make even minimum loan repayments to Tenet Fintech;
- Tenet Fintech, instead of exercising its right on the assets, decided to purchase Cubeler;
- in light of the foregoing, and in consideration of the fact that Cubeler is owned by several Tenet Fintech insiders, the Company’s acquisition of Cubeler is not based on legitimate business interests;
- there is no evidence Huayan ever owned the Heartbeat platform or that it transferred the asset to Huike;
- the largest ASFC shareholder had his shares frozen due to court sanctions; and
- the creation of ASFC itself was likely a related-party transaction.
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