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Hong Kong SFC and Police Searched Listed Company Office & Residences for $57.9 Million Corporate Fraud, Arrests 2 for Money-Laundering

3rd September 2021 | Hong Kong

The Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) and Commercial Crime Bureau of the Police has conducted a joint operation against a Hong Kong-listed company and its former senior executives suspected of a series of corporate fraud related offences involving a total of $57.9 million, and arrested 2 persons aged 53 and 61 for offences of conspiracy to defraud, theft and money-laundering.  The 2 arrested are alleged to have conspired with other persons to conduct fictitious transactions and/or misappropriate funds from the listed company and are now being detained for further enquiries.  The operation involved a search of the office premises of the listed company and the residences of its former senior executives.  

” Hong Kong Searched Listed Company Office & Residences for $57.9 Million Corporate Fraud, Arrests 2 for Money-Laundering “

 



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The Hong Kong SFC conducted the search with the Police under the Securities and Futures Ordinance for offences related to corporate fraud, disclosing false or misleading information and other misconduct.  The joint operation demonstrated the seamless collaboration between the Hong Kong SFC and the Police to tackle complex and serious financial crimes as well as their commitment to protect the public and maintain the integrity and the reputation of Hong Kong’s financial markets.

 

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