Singapore: Ex-director of Singapore Straits Wine Company accused of graft-related offences involving more than $6,000

The chief executive officer of Singapore Straits Wine Company and its head of operations allegedly abetted one of their subordinates to give bribes totalling more than $5,000 to a man who was then an assistant general manager at the Cut By Wolfgang Puck restaurant.

Lim Yok Lyn, 47,the wine company’s CEO at the time, and Yip Kin Chee, 74, are accused of committing the offence between 2017 and 2018.

Lim’s case was heard in a district court on Friday (Sept 18) and a search on the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority’s website reveals that she no longer holds a directorial position at the company.

The original full article can be found at straitstimes.com

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