Hong Kong anti-graft agency arrests 5 on suspicion of taking bribes totalling HK$1 million to compile ‘false’ report to stock exchange

Hong Kong’s anti-graft body has arrested three accountants and two auditors on suspicion of accepting bribes totalling more than HK$1 million (US$128,300) to compile a false report for the listing of a Macau construction firm in the financial hub.The five were among nine people detained during a joint operation last week by the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) and the Financial Reporting Council, the city’s audit regulator.The office of a certified public accounting firm and its…


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