A LOAN shark who instigated a fatal attack on a factory owner yesterday won a two-year cut in his jail sentence. Wong Kwai-fun, 37, lost his bid to reduce his seven-year jail term for procuring the causing of grievous bodily harm. But Vice-President, Mr Justice Power said the Court of Appeal was satisfied that the five-year sentence for trying to pass a message to his brothers while they visited him in jail to arrange to suborn a witness at his trial was too heavy. Wong will now serve a sentence of 10 years, instead of 12 years. He was convicted by a High Court jury in July 1991. In December 1986, Wong arranged for Mr Chong Kai-ming, the half brother of debtor Mr Chong Kai-tak, to be beaten up. Mr Chong Kai-ming was beaten up by three men in a car park and died three days later from head injuries. Wong earlier lost his appeal against conviction.