Received a helpful tip about my post of yesterday regarding Lim Yin Chow.
First of all an example of the disclosure in the 2012 annual report (page 5) of Rev Asia:
Bursa has established that "Dr" Lim has not graduated from the University of Hong Kong. That is bad.
But more worrisome is that he is involved in the healthcare business where his "doctors" title must have carried even more weight.
One example can be found in an interview in The Edge (dated November 29, 2009), listed on the website of HSC (it can also be found on the website of The Edge).
"Dr Lim: We saw how things work there, and wanted to try them here. Over here, most hospitals are opened by businessmen. We're medical people, so we know what the market or patient wants."
The question that remains: is a reprimand and fine from Bursa really enough?