Cho, Roy Kwai Chee 曹貴子

Hong Kong sees first 'Enigma' stock fraud charge of many to come
TheStreet.com, 17-May-2019
Roy Cho Kwai Chee charged with conspiracy to defraud Convoy (1019)SFC announcement
ICAC, 16-May-2019
2 years and 1 day after we published the "Enigma Network" report, the first charge is brought, relating to a relatively small and previously-unannounced acquisition by Convoy. 55% of the target was owned by Mr Cho. The ICAC alleges that he owned "50% shareholdings" in Convoy. He was not a disclosed shareholder, so to prove this, they will need to show that he was pulling the strings of numerous listed companies in the network which held the stock. Two co-conspirators are unnamed. We wait to see the rest of the iceberg.
The spectacular implosion of Dr. Cho's 'nefarious network'The Enigma Network
Bloomberg, 15-May-2019
Today is the 2nd anniversary of Webb-site's publication of the Enigma Network. So far, nobody has been charged with any offence, and no SFC action has been taken to bring in the liquidators to wind up any of the listed companies involved.
Convoy (1019) removes Roy Cho Kwai Chee for being AWOL for 6 months
Company announcement, 20-Aug-2018
China Green (0904) is sued again by Convoy (1019)
Company announcement, 15-Feb-2018
More fallout in the "Enigma Network".
Jun Yang (0397) details and denies allegations in Convoy (1019) writ
Company announcement, 20-Dec-2017
China Green (0904): more details of Convoy suit
Company announcement, 20-Dec-2017
Convoy sues 28 over fund transfers
HK Standard, 20-Dec-2017
Convoy sues ex-directors for stealing from financial adviser’s US$520m stock placement
South China Morning Post, 19-Dec-2017
Pass the cyclotrons
Starting in the basement of St Teresa's Hospital, visiting the Science Park and analysing 12 years of transactions with some lucky disclosure on BVI owners, we follow the movements of 2 cyclotrons in and out of listed companies and show you where the money was made and lost. (11-Oct-2016)
China Strategic bubble
We warn investors of a bubble in the stock of China Strategic, the 80% owner of the proposed buyer of Taiwan's Nan Shan Life Insurance, partly financed by a massive note issue convertible into 78bn shares at $0.10 each. We publish the placing list and analyse the names in the deal. Finally, we warn investors to avoid 7 companies in the "Chung Nam network", which has lost HK$6.2bn in 5 years. (13-Nov-2009)

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