2013 penny stocks crash

2013 Penny Stock Crash

Credibility of prosecution witness Ken Tai questioned at onset of third tranche of hearings

Tai could be the second prosecution witness in this trial to be impeached.


Looking back on 900 issues of The Edge Singapore

SINGAPORE (Sept 20): It wasn’t long after The Edge Singapore was launched that I began measuring time not in days or months but in terms of the publication’s issue numbers, a consequence of constantly thinking about stories and commentaries that were

SGX query

Attilan lays bare links between directors past and present and vendor of acquisition target

SINGAPORE (July 3): Attilan Group, the penny stock which is urgently searching for a new core business before being forcibly delisted, has disclosed more relationships between its directors – both past and present -- and the seller of its acquisition ta

Management & Corporate Governance

'Missing' JLC lawyer Jeffrey Ong arrested in Malaysia; charged in Singapore

SINGAPORE (June 6): Jeffrey Ong Su Aun, the 41-year-old managing partner of law firm JLC Advisors who went missing from May 20, has been caught.

Management & Corporate Governance

Law Society moves to take control of money held with JLC

SINGAPORE (May 24): The Law Society of Singapore is taking control over all monies held by law firm JLC Advisors on behalf its clients and third parties.

2013 Penny Stock Crash

Counsels argue over how witnesses' conditioned statements were prepared and used

SINGAPORE (May 23): The prosecution and defence in the 2013 penny stock crash trial on Thursday crossed swords over how conditioned statements had been prepared, and the relevancy of questions raised in cross-examination of these statements.

2013 Penny Stock Crash

Witness cites 'clerical oversight' as defence alleges lack of anti-money laundering checks

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 n

2013 Penny Stock Crash

Quah's employee delivered cash payments for 8 accounts, court hears

SINGAPORE (May 17): Evidence in the trial of the alleged masterminds of the 2013 penny stocks crash on Friday showed that an employee of Quah Su-Ling, the second accused, had made cash payments for the implicated accounts held in brokerage firm Phillip Se