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Hong Kong SFC Fines Changjiang Asset Management $265,000 for Failure to Segregate Client Money with Amount Ranging from $83,000 to $1 Million, Issued Inaccurate Statements to Client & Failure to Notify Regulator

14th July 2023 | Hong Kong

The Hong Kong Securities & Futures Commission (SFC) has fined Changjiang Asset Management $265,000 (HKD 3.4 million) for failure to segregate client money with amount ranging from $83,000 to $1 million, issued inaccurate statement to clients and failure to notify regulator (Hong Kong SFC).  Hong Kong SFC: “The Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) has reprimanded and fined Changjiang Asset Management (HK) Limited (CJAM) $3.4 million for regulatory breaches and internal control failings in relation to segregation of client money and provision of statements of accounts to clients.  The SFC found that between May 2015 and August 2017, CJAM had 1) under-segregated client money to the extent of $300 to $1.05 million on multiple occasions 2) failed to segregate client money it had received in amounts ranging from $651,518 to $8.5 million within the prescribed time limit on three occasions; and 3) failed to immediately notify the SFC after it became aware of its under-segregation of client money … … CJAM also breached the Securities and Futures (Contract Notes, Statements of Account and Receipts) Rules and the Code of Conduct because the SFC’s investigation revealed that CJAM had issued inaccurate statements of accounts to three clients between December 2016 and February 2017 and failed to provide statements of accounts to four clients within the prescribed time limit on 19 occasions between January and June 2017.”  Changjiang Asset Management breached the Securities and Futures (Client Money) Rules and the Code of Conduct.  See below for Hong Kong SFC statement:

“ Hong Kong SFC Fines Changjiang Asset Management $265,000 for Failure to Segregate Client Money with Amount Ranging from $83,000 to $1 Million, Issued Inaccurate Statements to Client & Failure to Notify Regulator “

 



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Hong Kong SFC Fines Changjiang Asset Management $265,000 for Failure to Segregate Client Money with Amount Ranging from $83,000 to $1 Million

Hong Kong, Asia’s leading financial centre
  • SFC reprimands and fines Changjiang Asset Management (HK) Limited $3.4 million for regulatory breaches and internal control failures

13th July 2023 – The Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) has reprimanded and fined Changjiang Asset Management (HK) Limited (CJAM) $3.4 million for regulatory breaches and internal control failings in relation to segregation of client money and provision of statements of accounts to clients (Note 1).

The SFC found that between May 2015 and August 2017, CJAM had:

  • under-segregated client money to the extent of $300 to $1.05 million on multiple occasions;
  • failed to segregate client money it had received in amounts ranging from $651,518 to $8.5 million within the prescribed time limit on three occasions; and
  • failed to immediately notify the SFC after it became aware of its under-segregation of client money.

In doing so, CJAM breached the Securities and Futures (Client Money) Rules and the Code of Conduct (Note 2).

CJAM also breached the Securities and Futures (Contract Notes, Statements of Account and Receipts) Rules and the Code of Conduct because the SFC’s investigation revealed that CJAM had issued inaccurate statements of accounts to three clients between December 2016 and February 2017 and failed to provide statements of accounts to four clients within the prescribed time limit on 19 occasions between January and June 2017.

In deciding the disciplinary sanction, the SFC took into account all relevant circumstances, including CJAM’s acceptance of liability and otherwise clean disciplinary record.

Notes:

  1. CJAM is licensed under the Securities and Futures Ordinance to carry on Type 4 (advising on securities) and Type 9 (asset management) regulated activities.
  2. The Code of Conduct for Persons Licensed by or Registered with the SFC.
  3. Please refer to the Statement of Disciplinary Action for the relevant regulatory requirements.



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