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

SINGAPORE (Mar 9): Accrelist has on Mar 6 responded to queries from Singapore Exchange (SGX), after the group avoided most of the questions on Mar 5.



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Corruption probe

Accrelist declines to spill the tea on alleged corruption offence

SINGAPORE (Mar 5): Terence Tea, executive chairman of Accrelist and its subsidiary Jubilee Industries, along with two other Jubilee senior management, have been requested on Feb 25 by the Corrupt P

Management & Corporate Governance

Tiong Seng CEO Pek Lian Guan under CPIB probe

SINGAPORE (Sept 16): Pek Lian Guan, the CEO and executive director of Tiong Seng Holdings, is being probed by the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau in connection with certain staff loan transa

Keppel corruption probe not yet over; former key execs reportedly arrested

SINGAPORE (Feb 2): Keppel Offshore & Marine (Keppel O&M) might have six weeks ago reached a global resolution with authorities in the US, Brazil and Singapore in connection with a bribery s

Current, ex-SMRT employees charged in $10 mil cheating scheme

SINGAPORE (Dec 29): Current and former employees of SMRT were charged in court on Friday of duping the transit operator into awarding millions of dollars of contracts to companies in which they had

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Alleged Uber probe unlikely to shake ComfortDelGro's outlook: Maybank

SINGAPORE (Oct 5): Maybank KimEng is remaining firm on its latest upgrade to a “buy” call on ComfortDelGro (CDG) with unchanged price target of $2.40 or 16 times FY18 forecast earnings.

Uber said to be under CPIB probe over majority-owned Lion City Rentals

SINGAPORE (Oct 2): Market talk has it that Uber Technologies is under investigation by Singapore’s Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB) over the ride-hailing firm's majority-owned car rent

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Former ST Marine president See Leong Teck jailed, fined for corruption

SINGAPORE (Dec 2): Singapore Technologies Engineering on Friday announced that See Leong Teck, the former president of its subsidiary Singapore Technologies Marine, has been sentenced to a 10 month

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Former ST Engineering employee sentenced to 20 weeks jail, $100,000 fine

SINGAPORE (Sept 27): ST Engineering said on Tuesday that the former senior vice-president of ST Marine’s Tuas Yard, Mok Kim Whang, had been sentenced to 20 weeks’ imprisonment and a total fine of $

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