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Singapore’s largest money laundering case expands with new charges

Su Jianfeng, facing Singapore’s largest money laundering case with over SGD3bn (USD2.2bn) involved, received two additional charges under the Employment of Foreign Manpower Act on May 29. Already burdened with 12 other charges, including eight counts of forgery and four of money laundering, Su was accused of conspiring to falsify employment details for Shi Haitao and illegally hiring him as a personal chef without a valid work pass. Su, a 37-year-old Vanuatu national, had previously been charged with submitting false property sales contracts to deceive banks about his wealth sources. His alleged forgeries include contracts and loan agreements intended to misrepresent financial transactions to several banks. Su is scheduled to plead guilty on June 6.


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