OKH Global shares fall after Interpol notice against CEO

SINGAPORE (REUTERS) - Shares of property developer OKH Global fell 5.2 per cent to 63.5 Singapore cents when trading opened on Wednesday (Jan 6), its biggest one-day loss since April 2014.

OKH Global said on Tuesday that Interpol had issued a so-called red notice against its CEO Bon Ween Foong, who was wanted by the Indonesian authorities in connection with charge of providing false statement for an official document.

Mr Bon has told OK Global he denied the charge referred to in red notice. OKH Global said the company itself is not involved in the matter.