Rafael Hui Si-Yan, born in 1948, is a former Chief Secretary for Administration of Hong Kong and a former career civil servant. Hui was arrested in March 2012 by the Independent Commission Against Corruption on suspicion of corruption. The trial of Hui, along with Sun Hung Kai Properties co-chairmen Thomas Kwok Ping-kwong and Raymond Kwok Ping-luen, which opened in early June 2014, has since been called the most high-profile corruption trial in the history of the Hong Kong SAR.
Embattled former chief secretary Rafael Hui si-yan faces fresh financial troubles after the Bank of East Asia filed a petition in the High Court on Monday to have him declared bankrupt.
Media reports last year said Hui, 65, owed the bank HK$60 million in loans.Wednesday, 25 September, 2013, 2:09pm
The line of creditors knocking at the door of embattled former chief secretary Rafael Hui Si-yan continues to grow, with a fourth lender filing court action to claim at least HK$1.2 million.30 Aug 2013 - 7:56am
The long-awaited corruption trial of former chief secretary Rafael Hui Si-yan and the billionaire Kwok brothers of one of the city's biggest developers will be heard in the Court of First Instance in May next year.
The listing was decided in a closed-door session yesterday in the High Court, where the hearing will take place between May 8 and August 15 next year.6 Jun 2013 - 3:47am
Hong Kong’s biggest corruption case in history involving the co-chairmen of Sun Hung Kai Properties is set to be tried in May next year.
The listing was conducted at a close-door hearing at the High Court on Wednesday morning.29 Aug 2013 - 4:13am
Agnes Tai Wai-kuen, 58, pleaded guilty in Eastern Court yesterday to two counts of making false statements to the Independent Commission Against Corruption under oath.11 May 2013 - 6:07am
At the bank's annual general meeting yesterday, the shareholder, who did not disclose her name, asked Li the exact amount of the loans and the reason for lending the money to Hui, who earned several million Hong Kong dollars a year. Media reports last year said the loans amounted to HK$60 million and were unsecured.1 May 2013 - 3:46am 1 comment
The personal secretary of former Citic Pacific chairman Larry Yung Chi-kin has been charged in connection with the sale of a luxury flat which had been ex-chief secretary Rafael Hui Si-yan's home.19 Apr 2013 - 3:44am
Hong Kong's biggest corruption case took a new twist when a man insisting on anonymity filed a legal bid to stop the prosecutors disclosing to the defendants materials seized from him.14 Apr 2013 - 5:13am
In a writ filed with the High Court on Friday, the bank asks Hui for payment of all money due under the two overdraft facilities under two facility letters and two credit cards provided by the bank to Hui under a card holder agreement. The bank also wants him to pay interest and costs related to a breach of the terms of the facility letters and the agreement.7 Apr 2013 - 5:28am 3 comments
Someone has evidently had a word in the ear of Standard Chartered Bank chairman Sir John Peace, which has resulted in him having to make an embarrassing retraction.22 Mar 2013 - 4:19am 1 comment
SHKP's Kwoks and Hui to enter plea8 Mar 2013 - 3:48am
Two companies controlled by Hong Kong's richest man, Li Ka-shing, issued a strongly worded public denial of a story linking them to Rafael Hui Si-yan, the former government No 2 who is accused of corruption.3 Mar 2013 - 5:14am
Former chief secretary Rafael Hui Si-yan will face a new charge that he "concealed"' alleged payments of more than HK$11 million when Hong Kong's biggest ever corruption case returns to court next week.2 Mar 2013 - 5:18am 1 comment
Former government number two Rafael Hui Si-yan is to face a new charge that he “concealed” alleged corrupt payments of more than HK$11 million when Hong Kong’s biggest ever corruption case returns to court next week.1 Mar 2013 - 11:09pm
The billionaire Kwok brothers and ex-chief secretary Rafael Hui Si-yan, accused in the city's biggest corruption case, will appear in court again in six weeks after a brief hearing yesterday.26 Jan 2013 - 4:42am