Seven people were charged with corruption on Wednesday (Oct 14) in a case linked to Keppel FELS.
Three men at the centre of the charges each faces 46 counts of abetment. Alvin Lim Wee Lun, Goh Ngak Eng and Rajavikraman Jayapandian are accused of conspiring with one another to corruptly obtain S$879,900 in bribes from three subcontractors.
The alleged offences took place between 2014 and 2017, according to the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB).
In a statement on Wednesday, Keppel FELS – which provides services for global offshore and marine industries – said it was aware of Lim being charged by CPIB.
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