SINGAPORE (May 21): Prosecution witness Goh Chiu Goik, an assistant general manager at Phillip Securities (PSPL), in court on Tuesday said some trading forms that were not correctly filled out because of “clerical oversight” that led to some details not being checked properly.

In his cross-examination of the witness, senior counsel N Sreenivasan – the defence counsel for alleged 2013 penny stock crash mastermind John Soh Chee Wen – had brought out several trading forms in which the name on the form did not match the name on the counter number.

Sreenivasan questioned Goh on the process PSPL undertakes when verifying such forms.

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