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The time is now for continuous controls to prevent fraud - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Corruption probe

The time is now for continuous controls to prevent fraud

Corporate fraud is ultimately a cultural issue, says McDonell, regional solution director, fraud & security intelligence at SAS.

Corruption probe

Singapore Kitchen Equipment CEO under CPIB probe

As at Sept 13, investigations are on-going and no charges have been filed.

Corruption probe

Accrelist investigated for alleged corruption over $5,000 red packet to customer

Accrelist investigated for alleged corruption over giving hef-tea angpow to customer

Corruption probe

Accrelist declines to spill the tea on alleged corruption offence

Faced with queries from SGX, the group says it is “still taking time to deliberate on the response, while taking legal advice”.

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AirAsia CEO Fernandes and chairman step aside as Airbus bribery allegations probed

AirAsia Group CEO Tony Fernandes and Chairman Kamarudin Meranun stepping aside for at least 2 months while airline and authorities investigate allegations Airbus paid a bribe of US$50 million to win plane orders

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Epicentre under investigation by CAD and MAS

This comes shortly after the group’s independent director Lai Choong Hon received a similar notice from CAD and MAS which required him to assist with a similar investigation.

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AA Group director probed by CAD; missing Lim to Epicentre flagged

The investigation of Lai came nearly half a year after AA Group found itself on the receiving end of demand for repayment of money it did not borrow.

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TEE International CEO relieved of duties over unauthorised remittances; incident may raise questions over spin-off

(Sept 16): TEE International appears to have been hit by a scandal. The engineering firm said on Sept 4 that a total of $6.55 million had been remitted from the company to other entities, including those owned by its group CEO Phua Chian Kin, without the

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Petrobras unit head removed amid bribery allegations

(Sept 6): Transportadora Brasileira Gasoduto Bolívia-Brasil (TBG), which operates a 1,610-mile pipeline transporting natural gas from Bolivia to Brazil, said its board approved the removal of Ivan de Sá on Wednesday at the request of Petrobras, its majo

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SembMarine stays tight-lipped on police raid at Brazilian subsidiary

SINGAPORE (July 30): Sembcorp Marine has remained tight-lipped in response to questions about a search conducted by local authorities at the premises of its subsidiary in Brazil.
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