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Chee Kun says
"My experience as a Deputy Public Prosecutor and State Counsel enables me to provide my clients with complete advice on any enforcement proceedings."


 Chee Kun Thong
Equity Partner

Practice Area:
Commercial Litigation Practice
White Collar Crime Practice
 LLB (Hons), University of London
Advocate & Solicitor, Singapore
Solicitor, England & Wales (non-practicing)


T (65) 62320156
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Chee Kun’s has a comprehensive commercial litigation and criminal law practice.  His area of expertise is commercial and regulatory crimes and offences.

Beyond representing clients in court and other enforcement proceedings, Chee Kun has also advised several companies and banks on disclosure, regulatory, anti-money laundering, anti-corruption and compliance matters. He has also acted for and advised clients in corporate litigation matters such as disputes among shareholders or directors.

Chee Kun is also a contributor to the Halsbury’s Laws of Singapore, Criminal Law.


Between 1999 and 2005, Chee Kun was a Deputy Public Prosecutor and State Counsel with the Attorney-General’s Chambers. He was attached to the Commercial Affairs Department (CAD) in 2003 and 2004 to advise CAD investigators on investigative, money-laundering and other prosecutorial matters. Chee Kun led the prosecution of several complex, high-profile cases of commercial  crime and securities fraud including PP v Chia Teck Leng (major case of fraud committed by an executive of Asia Pacific Breweries Pte Ltd against several banks); PP v Ang Tian Kiat (case of market manipulation of securities of Leong Hin Ltd); PP v Lee Ah Bee (case of insider trading) and PP v Jacqueline Khoo & Elizabeth Khoo (major case of corporate mis-governance).

Since joining private practice in 2006, Chee Kun has advised and defended clients in several significant cases including PP v  Ho Leng Woon (case of disclosure-based offence committed by officers of AP Oil International Ltd), PP v  Masatsugu Takahashi (case of falsification of accounts committed by an officer of Mitsui Oil (Asia) Pte Ltd, PP v Ong Seow Yong (case of disclosure-based offence committed by directors of Airocean Group Ltd), PP v Eric Tan Boon Yang (case of falsification of accounts in Jel Corporation (Holdings) Ltd) and PP v Ong Thiam Hock (case of corruption involving a decorated police officer).


  • Halsbury’s Laws of Singapore, Criminal Law



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