History: How many given “conditional warning” for corruption?


What are the historical statistics for “conditional warning” in corruption cases?

I refer to the article “Parliament: Keppel Corp unit not let off lightly in corruption scandal, says Indranee Rajah” (Straits Times, Jan 8).

It states that “Ms Lim had said there was the perception that KOM was being let off with just a slap on the wrist as the company was given a conditional warning in lieu of prosecution by CPIB and the Attorney-General’s Chambers.”

In the history of Singapore – how many companies have been “given a conditional warning in lieu of prosecution” for corruption?

Leong Sze Hian

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Leong Sze Hian has served as the president of 4 professional bodies, honorary consul of 2 countries, an alumnus of Harvard University, authored 4 books, quoted over 1500 times in the media , has been a radio talkshow host, a newspaper daily columnist, Wharton Fellow, SEACeM Fellow, columnist for theonlinecitizen and Malaysiakini, executive producer of Ilo Ilo (40 international awards), Hotel Mumbai (associate producer), invited to speak more than 200 times in about 40 countries, CIFA advisory board member, founding advisor to the Financial Planning Associations of 2 countries. He has 3 Masters, 2 Bachelors degrees and 13 professional  qualifications.