Hon Ming-Kong

Company heads jailed for roles in HK$72m fraud

The former chairman and financial controller of China Sciences Conservational Power were jailed for six years yesterday in a case a judge described as a 'Hong Kong story turned sour'.

Wednesday, 13 July, 2011, 12:00am

Trio including ex-CSCP boss convicted in theft case

Three people including the former chairman of China Sciences Conservational Power were found guilty yesterday in a long-running case involving the misappropriation of HK$72 million.

21 Jun 2011 - 12:00am

Fraud trial man calls for yet another delay

An ex-company chairman who is on trial for conspiracy to defraud, involving HK$72 million, made yet another bid to stay the proceedings.

Hon Ming-kong, the former chairman of China Sciences Conservational Power, applied for a judicial review of the trial judge's refusal to recall witnesses.

10 Apr 2011 - 12:00am

Fraud trial man loses witness bid

A court has dismissed a bid by the former chairman of a listed company to recall witnesses in his HK$72 million fraud trial because three of the ICAC officers involved have been accused of coaching witnesses to testify in another case.

7 Apr 2011 - 12:00am

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10 Apr 2008 - 12:00am

Reshuffle follows ICAC arrests

China Conservational Power Holdings has reshuffled its board after three members were arrested then released on bail in relation to a corruption probe.

The incineration waste power firm yesterday said chairman Abba Chan Tat-chee and executive directors Hon Ming-kong and Lee Yu-leung had relinquished their executive roles to become non-executive directors.

11 Oct 2005 - 12:00am

China Power calls off purchase into scandal-hit firms

Electricity producer distances itself as more people are arrested in ICAC probe

State-owned electricity producer China Power International Holding, headed by former premier Li Peng's daughter Li Xiaolin, yesterday distanced itself from an alleged scam involving two renewable energy firms by calling off a $49.4 million share purchase.

1 Oct 2005 - 12:00am