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Financial Crimes in Singapore

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Format : eBook
No of Pages : 442
Country :Singapore
Published Date :2013
Compatible with : Desktop iOS Android
 

Book Description

Financial Crimes in Singapore provides a clear and concise overview of the various white-collar or business crime offences in Singapore for busy practitioners, in-house counsel, bankers, auditors, company directors, financial advisors, tyros and interested students, with a discussion of recent case law developments by way of summary. This book also serves as a useful guide to those who intend to have an overview of the relevant laws in respect of the various categories of white-collar offences in Singapore.

 

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Table of Contents


Chapter 1 - Introduction 
Chapter 2 - Insider Trading in Singapore
Chapter 3 - Market manipulation under the Securities & Futures Act
Chapter 4 - Corruption
Chapter 5 - Anti-money laundering and countering terrorism financing
Chapter 6 - Financial Crimes
Chapter 7 - International issues and asset forfeiture
Chapter 8 - Preventing and Investigating Fraud in the Workplace


About the Author(s)


Hamidul Haq


Prior to joining Rajah & Tann LLP, Haq was a Deputy Senior State Counsel/Deputy Public Prosecutor of the Criminal Justice Division, Attorney-General's Chambers. He prosecuted serious and general crimes, supervising eight Deputy Public Prosecutors in the Financial and Securities Offences Directorate. He is recommended in the area of White Collar Crime by Euromoney's Expert Guide To The World's Leading White Collar Crime Lawyers 2008, in the area of Dispute Resolution by AsiaLaw Profiles 2007, in the area of Business Crime by Who's Who Legal, Singapore 2008 - 'possesses a sharp mind and steady hand'. (Quote) and in the area of White Collar Crime Prosecution by Asia Pacific Legal 500 (2006-2007). He was also Head Legal in the Commercial Affairs Department for eight years and now heads the White Collar Crime Practices team in Rajah & Tann LLP.


Thong Chee Kun


Chee Kun was a Deputy Public Prosecutor and State Counsel with the Attorney-General's Chambers. He was attached to the Commercial Affairs Department (CAD) in 2003 and 2004 to advise CAD investigators on investigative, money-laundering and other prosecutorial matters. Chee Kun led the prosecution of several complex, high-profile cases of commercial crime and securities fraud. He is presently a Partner at Rajah & Tann, in the Commercial Litigation and White Collar Crime Practices and has defended and advised defendants in many high profile cases. Chee Kun is also a contributor to the Halsbury's Laws of Singapore, Criminal Law.


Istyana Ibrahim


Istyana Ibrahim is an Associate in the White Collar Crime team headed by Mr Hamidul Haq and Mr Thong Chee Kun of Rajah & Tann's Commercial Litigation Department. Istyana has been with Rajah & Tann LLP since she was called to the bar in 2011. Over the years, she has been involved in both criminal and civil proceedings in almost all levels of the Supreme Court of Singapore. In particular, she has assisted in a variety of reported cases concerning white-collar crime and/or regulatory offences.