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Hyflux and directors under criminal investigation for suspected false and misleading statements

Hyflux and directors under criminal investigation for suspected false and misleading statements

2/6/2020 3:24:00 PM

Hyflux and directors under criminal investigation for suspected false and misleading statements

SINGAPORE: Authorities have launched a joint investigation into Hyflux and its current and former directors for suspected false statements and ...

The review disclosed reasons to suspect that offences may have been committed."The investigation will ascertain whether there were lapses in Hyflux’s disclosures concerning the Tuaspring Integrated Water and Power Project (Tuaspring IWPP), as well as non-compliance with accounting standards between 2011 and 2018," the statement said.

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CAD, MAS and ACRA have also obtained accounting and other corporate records from the firm and its subsidary, Tuaspring, as part of the investigation.AdvertisementAdvertisementHyflux's directors and key officers involved in the Tuasspring Integrated Water and Power Project have also been interviewed by the authorities.

The authorities said the review by the regulators was an"extensive exercise covering the announcements and financial statements issued by Hyflux a period of eight years between 2011 and 2018 inclusive"."The current investigation was launched as soon as the review was completed, as the review disclosed reason to suspect that offences had been committed," they said.

When asked how long the investigation would take, CAD, MAS and ACRA said an update will be provided when an outcome is available to the investigation.Hyflux's ongoing reorganisation process will not be affected by the criminal investigation, the authorities said.

"The investigations are not intended to interfere with Hyflux’s current reorganisation plans as they focus on determining the role of the subjects in the alleged disclosure lapses and non-compliance with accounting standards between 2011 and 2018," they added.

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