Singapore: Two former employees of Singapore Technologies Marine have been charged and will appear in court today according to Singapore’s Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau.
Tan Mong Seng is charged on a count of engaging in a conspiracy to corruptly give gratification to an agent of Korea’s Hyundai Engineering and Construction amounting to S$43,721 ($32.5k) while in his role of president of commercial business.
Former chief operating officer, Han Yew Kwang, has been charged with eight counts of engaging in a conspiracy to corruptly give gratification to agents of ST Marine’s customers, amounting to $790,772 ($58.7k).
Tan and Han join five other former ST Marine employees who have been charged with offences related to the granting of ship repair contracts.
The Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau started investigations on certain transactions involving former and current employees of ST Marine in 2011.