Dalton Yap


Dalton Yap was born in Hong Kong in 1960, and grew up with his younger siblings in a small village near Tai Po in the New Territories. At age twelve, he and his family made Jamaica their new home, first settling in Papine, St. Andrew and then in Mandeville, Manchester where he spent most of his early adult life.
At the time of the lawsuit, he was General Manager of Technology and Operations at Jamaica Citizens Bank. During the trial’s ten-year period, Yap ventured into the manufacturing, restaurant and food retail sectors, and became a successful entrepreneur in his own right. He now lives in Toronto with his wife Pauline and their three children.

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A Matter of Conduct: The Man who Battled a Bank and Won
Price: $6.99 USD. Words: 81,500. Language: English. Published: September 19, 2012 by Sassy Sunflower Books. Categories: Nonfiction » Biography » Autobiographies & Memoirs, Nonfiction » Inspiration » Personal inspiration
Dalton Yap was a young, enthusiastic professional, enjoying a promising career. With a wife and two children, he had plans set in place for a bright future. His reality changed forever when he was falsely accused of fraud and negligence by his employer, Jamaica Citizens Bank. A Matter of Conduct is the true story of Dalton’s ten-year legal battle the fight of his life to clear his family name.

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