The chairman and two directors of a listed company in Hong Kong were among four people arrested on Thursday in a joint crackdown by police and stock regulators on a syndicate involved in market misconduct and fraud.The two men and one woman of the firm, which has been suspended from trading, were accused of conspiring with the fourth suspect to use bogus transactions to embezzle funds of the company.“More than HK$19 million was involved,” police said in a statement.The arrests were made when…


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