New Silkroutes Group Ltd, a Singapore investment holding company focused on healthcare and energy, announced on Friday (25 September) that it has received a notice dated Thursday, 24 September 2020 from the Commercial Affairs Department (CAD) and the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) requiring New Silkroutes to provide certain information and documents in relation to an investigation by the CAD into a possible offence under the Securities and Futures Act (Chapter 289) of Singapore.
“One of the Directors of the Company and certain senior management and former management are also assisting the CAD in the said investigation,” said Dr Goh Jin Hian, the Chief Executive and Executive Director of New Silkroutes.
New Silkroutes said it will be providing its full cooperation with CAD and MAS to assist the said investigation, and its operations have not been affected and will continue as usual.
In a separate SGX filing, Teho International Inc announced that Kelvyn Oo, an Independent Director at Teho, and former Executive director and Chief Corporate Officer at New Silkroutes will be assisting the CAD in the investigation.
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