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SINGAPORE: A restaurant linked to the Singapore businessman at the heart of an alleged US$1bil (RM4.22bil) scam has closed down after Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp (OCBC) terminated its bank account, the Straits Times reported yesterday, citing a director of the restaurant.
A restaurant linked to the Singapore businessman at the heart of an allegedUS $1 billion scam has closed down after Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp. terminated its bank account, the Straits Times reported Sunday, citing a director of the restaurant.
SINGAPORE: The trader charged with orchestrating what police describe as one of Singapore’s biggest suspected investment frauds began setting off alarm bells at banks more than a year before his arrest in February, according to people familiar with the matter.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - A Singapore court has tightened bail conditions for a businessman accused of involvement in a bogus, billion-dollar nickel trading scheme after the prosecution said plans were afoot to help him flee the country.
The businessman allegedly behind Singapore’s biggest investment fraud is said to have pocketed more than half of the net funds investors poured into his company as a document pointed to lavish spending on private jets, nightclubs and cash gifts.
SEVERAL notable names in the legal fraternity were purportedly cheated by a Singaporean businessman alleged to be involved in a S$1bil (RM3bil) fraud scheme.
Singapore prosecutors on Monday filed 13 additional charges against a local businessman in relation to a scheme that allegedly raised more than S$1 billion (US$746 million) from investors to fund bogus nickel trades.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): Several notable names in the legal fraternity were purportedly cheated by a Singaporean businessman who is alleged to be involved in a $1 billion fraud scheme.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): A Singaporean businessman linked to the alleged fraud of more than S$1 billion had more cheating charges brought against him on Monday (May 17).
Technology startup investor Vickers Venture Partners has been caught up in the allegedly fraudulent nickel trading scheme of a Singaporean businessman and his Envy Global Trading, prompting a review by the city-state’s monetary authority.