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Graft situation remains stable despite slight rise in complaints 11 January 2017

Despite a slight increase in graft complaints in 2016, the corruption situation in Hong Kong remained stable and was well under control owing to the community’s determination in upholding the core value of integrity and graft fighters’ steadfast performance, said Mr Chow Chung-kong, Chairman of the Advisory Committee on Corruption (ACOC). More

Ex-bank staff in court for bribery over sales target 11 January 2017

A former sales manager and a former direct sales executive (DSE) of a bank appeared in the Kowloon City Magistracy today (January 11) after being charged by the ICAC for their alleged roles in a bribery scam to enable another DSE to meet his sales target. More

Company director charged with bribing bank staff 10 January 2017

A director of a metal products manufacturing company has been charged by the ICAC today (January 10) with offering a bribe of $1,000 to an employee of a bank for assisting him in opening an account for his company. More

Salesmen in court for bribery over referral of customers 10 January 2017

A senior sales executive of a telecommunications company and a former sales representative of another telecommunications company appeared in the Eastern Magistracy today (January 10) after being charged by the ICAC with conspiracy to offer an unspecified sum of bribes in relation to referral of customers. More

Duo charged with $1.64m allowances fraud and perversion 9 January 2017

Two persons have been charged by the ICAC today (January 9) with conspiracy to defraud the International Social Service Hong Kong Branch (ISS) of government allowances totalling over $1.64 million by falsely representing as landlords of its service users, while one of them also faces an offence of perverting public justice. More


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