Accounting firm files police report on financial statements of company owned by S'porean cousins behind Newcastle bid

Ernst & Young has made a police report regarding allegedly unauthorised signatures on some financial statements of Novena Global Healthcare Group, which is owned by Singaporean cousins Terence and Nelson Loh.
Ernst & Young has made a police report regarding allegedly unauthorised signatures on some financial statements of Novena Global Healthcare Group, which is owned by Singaporean cousins Terence and Nelson Loh.PHOTO: THE BUSINESS TIMES

SINGAPORE - Accounting firm Ernst & Young (EY) has made a police report regarding allegedly unauthorised signatures of the firm on some financial statements of Novena Global Healthcare Group, which is owned by Singaporean cousins Terence and Nelson Loh.

The Straits Times understands that the police report was filed on Wednesday (Sept 16).

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