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