Ex-Hong Kong exchange official charged for accepting HK$9.15m in bribes

Pedro Gonçalves
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Hong Kong's anti-corruption watchdog has charged a senior executive of bourse operator Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing with bribery and misconduct over a 2017 IPO application by thread manufacturer Shen You Holdings. Eugene Yeoh Kim-loong, 43, a former joint head of the listing department vetting team at the Hong Kong bourse, along with an initial public offering consultant, are being charged with bribery and misconduct in public office, in case involving HK$9.15m ($1.18m) in bribes between 2017 and 2019.  The Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) alleged in a statement ha...

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