Ex ST Aerospace President Facing Corruption Charges

Chang Cheow Teck, who was president of Singapore Technologies Aerospace from May 2010 until June 2014, is one of three current and former ST Engineering employees that have been charged by the Singapore authorities over corruption.

Chang Cheow Teck, who was president of Singapore Technologies Aerospace from May 2010 until June 2014, is one of three current and former ST Engineering employees that have been charged by the Singapore authorities over corruption.

The Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau today (December 11) filed charges in relation to transactions involving employees of ST Marine, the shipbuilding division of ST Engineering.

Chang, who was president of ST Marine from March 2008 to April 2010, was charged with three offences, while Mok Kim Whang, a former senior vice-president of ST Marine, has been charged with one offence, and Ong Tek Liam, the group’s financial controller from April 2007 until December 2012, is facing 118 charges.

In a statement, ST Engineering said it “does not condone fraud, including corruption and bribery, and is fully committed to proactively mitigating the risk of its occurrence”.

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