Police investigate healthcare firm owned by Loh cousins behind Newcastle bid for alleged unauthorised signatures

Police are probing a firm owned by Terence (left) and Nelson Loh over signatures on financial statements. PHOTO: BUSINESS TIMES
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SINGAPORE - The police have launched an investigation into Novena Global Healthcare Group, which is owned by Singaporean cousins Terence and Nelson Loh, for allegedly using unauthorised signatures of an accounting firm on its financial statements.

A police spokesman told The Straits Times on Wednesday (Sept 23) that it cannot give further details as "it is inappropriate to comment on ongoing police investigations".

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