MAS bans three individuals for fraudulent and dishonest conduct
Singapore, 10 April 2019… The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has issued prohibition orders (POs) against two former bank employees and a former insurance agent for fraudulent and dishonest conduct. The individuals are:
|Name||Duration of Prohibition Orders|
Ms Emeline Tang Wei Leng,
former representative of the Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited (HSBC)
|Mr Nguyen Duy Minh,
former representative of United Overseas Bank Limited (UOB)
|Mr Koh Zhan Loong John,
former representative of NTUC Income Insurance Co-operative Limited (NTUC Income)
2 The POs were issued against Ms Tang, Mr Nguyen and Mr Koh following their convictions in the State Courts of Singapore for offences involving fraud and dishonesty. The three court cases are not related. The ban against the three individuals took effect from 5 April 2019.
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