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The Independent Commission Against Corruption and the Securities and Futures Commission search the offices of Town Health International Medical Group
Here’s the cast of characters in the tangled web of Convoy Global Holdings, one of Hong Kong’s largest financial advisory firms, with 100,000 customers including the city’s Mandatory Provident Fund.
*Convoy Group Holdings was among 50 Hong Kong companies identified in a blog post entitled Enigma Network: 50 stocks not to own, by shareholder activist David Webb. Convoy is linked to at least 10 other companies in the network, including Town Health International Medical Group, Lerado Financial Group Company, Jun Yang Financial Holdings and China Wah Yan Healthcare. The web disguises the true identity of shareholders with significant voting power if they act in concert, because their cross shareholdings are below the disclosure threshold, Webb noted.
A court filing says Doctor Cho was the mastermind behind a number of share placements and circular financing deals to defrauding Convoy’s assets
The shares fall 7 per cent after the media reports, and the suspension follows similar action by regulators against companies connected to Convoy executive director Cho Kwai-chee
Mark Edward Tucker, who becomes HSBC’s chairman designate in September, last week sold 15.47 million shares of his former company AIA for HK$832 million. He still owns nearly 14 million AIA shares.