Ex-DBS managers in court for bribery, illegal access to computers for customer data

Local | 1 Nov 2017 3:34 pm

Two former managers of DBS Bank appeared in the Eastern Magistracy today for conspiracy to access its computers to retrieve customer information, while one of them also faced a charge of conspiracy for her to accept bribes of HK$15,000 in total for doing so, the Independent Commission Against Corruption said.

Chow Yee-kei, 28, former assistant relationship manager of and Kwan Tsz-him, 29, former treasures relationship manager of the Singapore-based bank were charged by the anti-graft agency yesterday.

They each faced a charge of conspiracy to access computer with criminal or dishonest intent, while Chow faced another charge of conspiracy for agent to accept advantages.

No plea was taken today and the cases were adjourned until December 13.

Chow and Kwan were each granted cash bail of HK$30,000, ordered to reside at their reported addresses and not to contact prosecution witnesses directly or indirectly. (File photo of a DBS Bank branch in Hong Kong)

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