A former managing director of JPMorgan on trial for allegedly bribing the chairman of a company while it was seeking to go public in Hong Kong has been accused of offering his son a job before he completed vetting procedures, a court heard.Opening the case on Monday, prosecutors alleged that Catherine Leung Kar-cheung, 52, had a corrupt purpose when she hired Ang Ren-yi, son of Kerry Logistics Network chairman Ang Keng-lam, as an analyst with JPMorgan Securities (Asia Pacific) on January 19,…


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