Judicial Review of SGX-ST's Public Reprimand Powers: Yeap Wai Kong v Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Ltd  3 SLR 565
Adrian Wong & Kung Hui Shan
(2012) 24 SAcLJ 566
One of the thorny issues in administrative law is when the right of judicial review would be available in relation to decision-making bodies that perform both public and private functions. This note discusses the court’s approach in Yeap Wai Kong v Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Ltd  3 SLR 565, which considered the nature of the Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Ltd’s public reprimand powers and whether a fair hearing had been accorded to the applicant in that case as mandated by the rules of natural justice.