Beijing Capital Land says it was not targeted in a corruption investigation that entangled its chairman Liu Xiaoguang. In a statement yesterday to the Hong Kong stock exchange, the company said Mr Liu resumed his duties on Thursday. Since June, Mr Liu had been assisting mainland authorities in an investigation against former Beijing vice-mayor Liu Zhihua involving allegations of property-related graft and 'a decadent lifestyle'. 'According to the information provided by Beijing State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission, the investigation does not involve the company,' Beijing Capital Land said. The company added that as no government departments had investigated the firm or requested any documents, it believed it was not involved in the matter. Liu Zhihua was sacked in June in the highest-level corruption case to hit the capital since the arrest of Beijing party chief Chen Xitong in 1995. An independent investigation committee has been formed to gather more information and is expected to issue a report on its findings by the end of November. In addition, Beijing Capital Land has requested its auditor, PricewaterhouseCoopers, review its results for the first-half of this year using the Statement of Auditing Standards 700, which is not usually required for interim results. The company has not yet released its first-half results. Beijing Capital Land shares have been suspended from trading in Hong Kong since June 20.