The defendants ran the scam in an attempt to have the company listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. Photo: Dickson Lee The defendants ran the scam in an attempt to have the company listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. Photo: Dickson Lee
The defendants ran the scam in an attempt to have the company listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. Photo: Dickson Lee

Hong Kong scrap metal magnate remanded after being found guilty of US$538 million stock exchange con

  • China Metal Recycling (Holdings) co-founder Lai Wun-yin convicted over fake transactions worth HK$4.2 billion
  • Administration manager Choy Ling-ling also guilty in scheme to get company listed

Topic |   Hong Kong Stock Exchange
The defendants ran the scam in an attempt to have the company listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. Photo: Dickson Lee The defendants ran the scam in an attempt to have the company listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. Photo: Dickson Lee
The defendants ran the scam in an attempt to have the company listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. Photo: Dickson Lee
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