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Anton Casey attempts to rebuild his reputation [VIDEO]



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Anton Casey, the British banker who became infamous after posting condescending comments about local Singaporeans and public transport commuters online, appears to be attempting a come-back.

Casey, who parted ways with his employer, Crossinvest, after the controversy, is believed to have posted a video to YouTube recently to showcase his professional skills and experience.

The voice-over talks about his “great success” in his chosen fields of wealth management and real estate.

“On top of his professional goals and aspirations, Casey has a deep passion for mentoring,” it continues. The video then outlines experienced gained while in Singapore and internationally, and offers advice for real estate investors.

Click on the screen grab below to link to the video:

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Whether Casey will attempt to revive his career in Singapore is uncertain.

The Casey controversy started in January this year after a number of his Facebook posts went viral. One post contained an image of his son aborad the MRT and came with the caption “Daddy where is your car & who are all these poor people?”

In another image, which featured his Porsche, the comment read: “Normal service can resume, once I have washed the stench of public transport off me.”

After the photos blew up online, Casey used PR agency Fulford PR to issue a public apology. He then flew to Perth with his wife and son due to a number of threats made against him and his family.

His employer at the time also announced Casey was no longer part of the company.

 



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