Prosecutor files additional 105 charges against Hin Leong founder

O.K. Lim has already been charged with extensively falsifying documents and for covering up major losses related to oil speculation in Singapore where Hin Leon Trading was a major trading house prior to the scandal.

O. K. Lim leaves the State Court of Singapore in April of this year. | Photo: Edgar Su/REUTERS / X90125

Founder and owner of Hin Leong Trading O.K. Lim has now been hit with an additional 105 charges in connection with the Singapore-based trading house's costly collapse last year, writes Reuters.

Thursday, the public prosecutor of the city-state filed 105 new charges related to fraudulent disbursements amounting to USD 2.23 billion.

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