Tian Huiyu, former president of China Merchants Bank, was ousted from his post in April and expelled from the Communist Party last month. Photo: Handout
Tian Huiyu, former president of China Merchants Bank, was ousted from his post in April and expelled from the Communist Party last month. Photo: Handout

China arrests Tian Huiyu, disgraced former CMB president, following Xi Jinping’s pledge of zero tolerance for corruption

  • Authorities completed an investigation of Tian over allegations including taking bribes and abusing power, state media reported on Wednesday
  • Tian was abruptly removed from his post in April and expelled from the Communist Party earlier this month

Tian Huiyu, former president of China Merchants Bank, was ousted from his post in April and expelled from the Communist Party last month. Photo: Handout
Tian Huiyu, former president of China Merchants Bank, was ousted from his post in April and expelled from the Communist Party last month. Photo: Handout
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