Ex-NKF CEO Edmund Kwok, sacked in 2016 for 'personal indiscretion', let off by police with stern warning

Former chief executive of the National Kidney Foundation Edmund Kwok was fired in November 2016 for a "personal indiscretion" involving a staff member in his 20s.
Former chief executive of the National Kidney Foundation Edmund Kwok was fired in November 2016 for a "personal indiscretion" involving a staff member in his 20s.PHOTO: ST FILE

SINGAPORE - More than a year after the National Kidney Foundation (NKF) sacked its former chief executive Edmund Kwok for committing a “reportable offence” against a male subordinate, the case has concluded with Mr Kwok being let off by the police with a stern warning. 

Mr Kwok, now 60, was fired in November 2016 for a "personal indiscretion" involving a staff member in his 20s.

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