Wealth planning manager banned for 10 years in Singapore  

Mark Battersby
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The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has issued ten-year prohibition orders (POs) against Loh Thim Mun Marcus, a former wealth planning manager with DBS Bank Pte Ltd (DBS).  The POs, which took effect on 16 March 2022, were issued following his convictions in the State Courts for offences involving fraud or dishonesty, namely cheating, forgery and using the benefits of his criminal conduct. Under the POs, Loh is prohibited from (i) providing any financial advisory services, or taking part in the management of, acting as a director of, or becoming a substantial shareholder of any ...

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