Skyway Director Bribed Performance Motors’s Sales & Marketing Director

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As a result of the case linking Kheh Thiam Hoo, Patrick Pow was charged as an inducement to re-appoint his company as dealers of Performance Motors Ltd. For more visit - https://bit.ly/3dmMYqk

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Skyway Director Bribed Performance Motors’s Sales & Marketing Directors Skyway Credit and Leasing Pte Ltd

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Among so many corruption cases highlighted in 2005, one case of Mr Kheh Thiam Hoo, a director of Skyway earned huge attention. The reason is, this case involved two former Performance Motors employees who were charged with corruption, and senior executives at the BMW distributor who took bribes from car dealers and finance companies. About Case- Former director of sales and marketing Patrick Pow Kwok Yun is accused of obtaining a $13,390 Franck Muller watch in exchange for 'maintaining a good business relationship' with the finance company Mr Kheh Thiam Hoo , a director of Skyway.

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There were also allegations that he had received two loans of $32,000 & $50,000, from Mr Kheh, for accepting proposals, submitted by Skyway, on Parf/COE rebate certificate commission payout rates to Performance Motors.

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Other than him, Former senior sales manager Chong Ann Teck, 40, is also accused of receiving a bribe; $12,700 Pioneer plasma TV set from Mr Kheh of Skyway to 'consider favourably' its future business proposals. Who is Mr Kheh? Mr Kheh is the director of Skyway Credit & Leasing Pte Ltd (Performance Motors Ltd’s appointed sole finance agent). Incorporated on 21st July 1999, the company serves mainly as a credit agent between major banks and consumers for their vehicle financing needs.

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As a result of the case linking Kheh Thiam Hoo, Patrick Pow was charged as an inducement to re-appoint his company as dealers of Performance Motors Ltd. He was also ordered to pay a penalty* of S$142,000 along with a fine of S$120,000 on 18 April 2005.

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