Cases Compounded In 2006
No. Nature of Offence Offender(s) Facts of Case Date Charged

1.

Causing false information to be submitted to the SC

Anwar Yeo Abdullah

Anwar, Managing Director of PMS Supplier Sdn Bhd, caused false information to be submitted to the SC in connection with the restructuring proposal of Promto Bhd.The false information relates to his declaration that he was never charged with, convicted for or compounded for any offence under securities laws, corporation laws or any other laws involving fraud or dishonesty in a court of law, when in fact he was facing a charge under section 11(c) of the Anti-Corruption Act 1997 at the Labuan Sessions Court when he made the declaration.

SC compounded the offence committed by Anwar for RM200,000.

Tan Sri Dato' Ahmad Johan

Tan Sri Dato’ Ahmad Johan, the Director and Chairman of National Aerospace & Defence Industries Berhad (NADI) and also the Director of Tenaga Kimia Berhad (Tenaga Kimia), caused to be submitted false information to the SC in relation to the listing proposal of NADI and Tenaga Kimia.The false information relates to his declaration that he had not been subject to any inquiry or investigation by any government or regulatory authority or body for the past five years prior to the submission, when in fact, at the time the declaration was made, he knew he was under investigation by the Police.

SC compounded the offence committed by Tan Sri Dato’ Ahmad Johan for RM200,000.

2.

Trading in futures contract without a licence

Teng Chee Keong

Teng traded in futures contracts on behalf of six clients through Omni Alliance Sdn Bhd (Omni) without a futures broker’s licence. Teng was the Director of Onmi during the material time.

SC compounded the offence committed by Teng for RM10,000.

Koh Chin Heng

Koh abetted Unique Mega Marketing Sdn Bhd which had traded in futures contracts on another person’s behalf without a futures broker’s licence.

SC compounded the offence committed by Koh for RM150,000.

Yanto

Yanto abetted Unique Mega Marketing Sdn Bhd which had traded in futures contracts on another person’s behalf without a futures broker’s licence.

SC compounded the offence committed by Yanto for RM150,000.

3.

Causing false information to be submitted to the SC

Goh Kai Tong

Goh, a director of Hospitech Resources Berhad (Hospitech), caused false information to be submitted to the SC in respect of the listing application of Hospitech to the MESDAQ Market of Bursa Malaysia.
The false information was in respect of the revenue of Hospitech’s subsidiary, Hospitech Marketing Sdn Bhd, for the financial year ending 31 October 2002.

SC compounded the offence committed by Goh for RM500,000.

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