Shipyard procurement officer 'took $216k in bribes'

4 October 2017

A former senior procurement officer at Singapore’s Keppel Shipyard has been charged with 395 counts of offences involving corruption and money laundering.

The Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB) said Neo Kian Siong, 61, was charged with 78 counts of corruption for accepting bribes amounting to S$293,000 (US$216,310) from a number of company directors and a sales executive in exchange for advancing the companies’ businesses interests with Keppel Shipyard.

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