Ruixin International Holdings Limited 瑞鑫國際集團有限公司

Frankie Chung Cheong Kuen banned for 10 years
Law Society of HK, 13-Sep-2017
For conspiracy to pervert the course of justice between 11-17 Jul-2004 and for perjury in an application for a writ of habeas corpus on 14-Jul-2004. At the time, he was a clerk at C.K. Mok & Co. This relates back to the Semtech case, in which he was granted prosecution immunity from charges of perjury and perverting the course of justice in attempting to extract Becky Wong Pui See from the ICAC.
SFC bans Wong Chun for eight years over false trading
SFC, 8-Oct-2015
Wong Chun, ex-Ping An, gets max 240 hours community service
SFC, 19-Jun-2015
After 23 days in custody pending sentence.
Former licensee Wong Chun convicted of false trading in Sino-Tech (0724)
SFC, 27-May-2015
Note: to put the 200m shares in perspective, there were 9,583m shares outstanding on 31-Jan-2011 so this is just over 2%.
Retail investor convicted of misleading the SFC in market manipulation investigation
SFC, 13-Feb-2014
Sino-Tech (0724): transactions by Chairman in Apr-2009 under investigation
Company announcement, 25-Apr-2012
'ICAC killers' cleared
HK Standard, 29-Jun-2010
HKSAR v Kevin Egan; Mandy Chui & Andrew Lam v HKSAR
HK Court of Final Appeal, 28-Jun-2010
Sino-Tech (724) buys HK$280m house from anonymous vendor
Company announcement, 16-Mar-2010
The announcement fails to state who owns the vendor, or even where it is incorporated. We cannot find any trace of it. This is reportedly a record price per square foot for a house in HK. The company claims that the vendor is independent.
Secretary for Justice v Kevin Barry Egan
HK Court of Appeal, 23-Oct-2009
Andrew Lam Ping Cheung v Secretary for Justice
HK Court of Appeal, 14-Jul-2009
The Semtech saga
In this side story to Part 3, we look at the scandals which surrounded Sino-Tech International Holdings Ltd in 2004, the subsequent convictions, possible options abuse and the missing deposit on a failed Vietnamese chromium mining project. (23-Jun-2009)
Secretary for Justice v Derek Kanjanapas (aka Wong) Chong Kwong & others
HK Court of Appeal, 21-May-2009
Lawyer Egan wins appeal in witness leak case
HK Standard, 13-Feb-2009
HKSAR v Derek Wong (aka Kanjanapas) Chong-kwong, Mandy Chui Man-si, Andrew Lam Ping-Cheung & Kevin Barry Egan
HK Court of Appeal, 12-Feb-2009
Kevin Egan's appeal was granted by a 2:1 majority. Convictions of Andrew Lam Ping-cheung (by 2:1 majority), Mandy Chui Man-si and fugitive Derek Kanjanapas Wong Chong Kwong were upheld.
HKSAR v Earnest Leung Chi Wah & Yung Ka Tim
HK Court of Appeal, 14-Jan-2009
HKSAR v Earnest Leung Chi Wah & Yung Ka Tim
HK Court of Appeal, 23-Oct-2008
Fugitive boss gets 39 months' jail
HK Standard, 16-Aug-2007
Ex-Chairman (still on the run) sentenced to 39 months in jail for corruption over share placements
ICAC, 15-Aug-2007
Duo jailed for graft over Semtech share placements
ICAC, 25-Jul-2007
Ex-chairman convicted, jumps bail
ICAC, 24-Jul-2007
Andrew Lam Ping Cheung v Law Society of HK
HK Court of First Instance, 22-Dec-2006
Solicitor, barrister and two others jailed for plot over ICAC protected witness
ICAC, 16-Jun-2006
HKSAR v Derek Wong (Kanjanapas) Chong Kwong & others
HK District Court, 14-Jun-2006
Solicitor, barrister and two others guilty of plot over ICAC protected witness
ICAC, 12-Jun-2006
Secretary wanted to 'escape ICAC'
South China Morning Post, 11-Mar-2006
Ex-Semtech Chairman and three others charged for alleged corruption
ICAC, 22-Mar-2005
Four accused of perverting justice over corruption investigation have case transferred to District Court
ICAC, 11-Mar-2005
Four face ICAC charges for allegedly perverting justice over corruption investigation
ICAC, 3-Mar-2005
Re "W": Application for a writ of habeus corpus
HK Court of First Instance, 9-Sep-2004
Response statement
ICAC, 25-Jul-2004
Response statement
ICAC, 24-Jul-2004
Nine arrested in graft probe over share placement of listed company
ICAC, 12-Jul-2004

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