Man convicted of ex-wife’s murder in Perth was jailed in Singapore in the 1970s for cheating DBS

Ms Chen's body was found stuffed inside a suitcase partly submerged in Perth's Swan River on July 2, 2016. During the trial, her former husband and daughter blamed each other for the murder. Tiffany Wan, seen here with her father Ban Ah Ping, was con
Tiffany Wan, seen here with her father Ban Ah Ping, was convicted in a West Australian court of being an accessory to the murder of her mother Annabelle Chen. Her father was convicted of his former wife's murder.PHOTO: FACEBOOK

Ban Ah Ping cheated DBS of hundreds of thousands of dollars; he and daughter now face jail time in Perth over murder

The businessman convicted in Perth last week of killing his 58-year-old former wife was jailed for cheating in 1978 while working as an executive with DBS bank.

Ban Ah Ping's criminal record in Singapore was revealed during the three-week murder trial in a West Australian court recently.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on September 12, 2018, with the headline 'Man convicted of ex-wife's murder in Perth was jailed in Singapore in 70s'. Print Edition | Subscribe