The Securities and Futures Investors Protection Center will start taking complaints from investors who plan to seek compensation from Summit Computer Technology Co (
The deadline for filing complaints is Dec. 21, said Michael Chao (
The stock exchange restricted share trading in Summit Computer, the nation's largest educational CD title distributor, in mid-September after chairman Lee Huang-kuei (
Investors who bought the company's shares between April 29, 2002 and Sept. 15 this year will be entitled to compensations for their losses, Chao said.
In addition to Summit Computer investors, people who bought Procomp Informatics Co (
Chao said the center has already received around 7,500 applications totalling NT$3.3 billion in compensation from Procomp investors.
Another 2,000 claims may be filed before the Dec. 21 deadline, which could bring the total amount of compensation sought to NT$4 billion, he said.