Keetai Properties President Released on Bail 投資境外不動產違法吸金 基泰總座獲交保

Publicly listed company Keetai Properties was accused of deceiving investors with purchasing overseas real estate. From 2011 to 2014, the company illegally took in hundreds of millions of dollars. The Taipei District Prosecutors Office questioned company employees. Company president surnamed Feng was released on NT$1.5 million, while others were restricted to their homes. 

The person in white, surnamed Feng, is the president of Keetai Properties, a publicly listed company, which is suspected of illegally soliciting money. He was released on bail of NT$1.5 million after interrogations by prosecutors and restricted from traveling overseas.

Reporter asked Mr. Feng, President, Keetai Properties: “Do you have anything to say?”

Feng only thanked the reporter and quickly left the prosecutors office. Nine of his employees were also questioned, and were released on bail ranging from NT$100,000 to NT$200,000 or confined to their homes. However, the key person, Keetai's chairperson surnamed Chen was not questioned by prosecutors.

Tsai Wei-I, Prosecutor, Taipei District Prosecutors Office: “Because Chairperson Chen did not show up for questioning, we have restricted him from leaving the country.”

Keetai was accused of illegally soliciting investments in overseas real estate, by guaranteeing the safe return of capital and profits. From 2011 to 2014, the company was suspected of illegally taking in more than NT$100 million, violating the Banking Act. Keetai issued a press release, saying it cooperated with the investigation, which has no impact on the company's business. However, the company had not made an explanation before our reporting deadline.





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