Naim Indah top exec linked to bullion trading firm
Lim Cian Yai | 11 Aug 2017 00:30
Naim Indah Corp Bhd managing director and group CEO Datuk Seri Siaw Swee Hin has been linked to a company said to be behind the controversial Bookcoins investment scheme.

The scheme came into the limelight recently when police arrested two men believed to be behind the scheme in a raid this week, where they also confiscated RM2.1 mil worth of cash and items. 

As of press time, Naim Indah has not responded to FocusM’s queries on Siaw’s link to the Bookcoins scheme.

Bookcoins identifies itself as a one-stop silver bullion trading platform that provides investors with a cost-effective and convenient way to buy, sell and store physical silver bullion. More than 200 people were reported to have invested into the scheme which promised a lucrative return of one percent a day or 30% per month. 

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