In response to media enquiries, an ICAC spokesperson confirmed that the ICAC and the Securities and Futures Commission have searched eight premises in a joint operation mounted today (December 7). During the operation, the ICAC arrested three listed company senior executives for suspected corruption.More
A former estate agent of a property agency, charged by the ICAC, was today (December 5) sentenced to 10 months in jail at the Eastern Magistracy for accepting an illegal commission of over $114,700 for diverting business concerning a property transaction to another property agency, and defrauding purchasers of price differences amounting to $400,000 in the transaction.More
A former site laboratory technician of a contractor of the Civil Engineering and Development Department (CEDD), charged by the ICAC, was today (December 1) sentenced to eight months’ imprisonment at the Tuen Mun Magistracy for using false records on concrete compression tests arising from the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge Project with intent to induce an officer of the CEDD to certify those test reports.More
ICAC Commissioner Simon Peh Yun-lu today (November 30) leads a delegation to visit anti-corruption and law enforcement authorities in Shanghai to exchange experience and foster closer ties in anti-graft work.More
Four persons, charged by the ICAC, were today (November 29) sentenced to jail terms up to 21 months at the District Court for their respective roles in conspiracy to pervert public justice in a criminal intimidation case and possessing dangerous drugs.More
A former senior medical representative of a pharmaceutical manufacturer and two operators of two pharmacies have been charged by the ICAC today (November 28) in two cases for their alleged roles in conspiring to offer and accept bribes of over $1.5 million in total in relation to the sale of pharmaceutical drugs.More
Over 70 ICAC officers were today (November 28) awarded commendations in recognition of their exemplary performance in fighting corruption.
A proprietor of a construction engineering company appeared at the West Kowloon Magistracy today (November 24) after being charged by the ICAC with offering a bribe of $20,000 to a clerk of works for lax supervision on renovation works conducted by the company at a unit of an industrial building in the New Territories.More
Thirty graft-fighters and law enforcement officers from 21 local, Mainland, Macao and overseas agencies today (November 24) completed a four-week ICAC command course aimed at gearing them up for diverse challenges ahead.
Two former senior staff members of a toy trading company and four directors cum shareholders of three toy manufacturers have been charged by the ICAC today (November 23) with conspiracy to accept and soliciting illegal commissions totalling over $5.6 million in relation to placing of toy orders.More