Mak, Mark Kwong Yiu 麥光耀

4 charged with conspiracy to defraud over bonds placement of Convoy (1019)SFC announcement
ICAC, 22-Jul-2019
Allegedly, over a 3.5 year period, Convoy Investment Services (CIS), in which Mark Mak Kwong Yiu and 2 other EDs of Convoy held substantial shareholdings, acted as a hidden connected placing agent for bond issues, using Gransing Securities as a front. We note that in 2015, CIS applied for a listing on GEM which lapsed. It was then a partial subsidiary of a BVI company which was 35.06% owned by Quincy Wong Lee Man, 29.62% by Mr Mak and 20.71% by Shin Kin Man, Wong and Shin, both EDs of Convoy, are not charged today.
Convoy (1019) sues 4 more
Company announcement, 27-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
Another listed firm drawn into graft probe net
RTHK, 8-Dec-2017
Lerado's umbrellas and open offer
At last, Lerado (1225) admits that it holds 2% of the China Jicheng (1027) umbrella bubble, still worth HK$561m, which is more than it proposes to raise in an abusive, deep-discount open offer. The circular fails to say why they don't just sell the CJ shares instead. We call on shareholders to save themselves and vote against. (27-Oct-2015)
Bubbles and troubles in Hong Kong
Pour yourself a coffee and digest this long article as we investigate several ongoing abusive "open offers" and placings as well as show you who's been making out in multi-billion-dollar bubbles. We call on regulators and rule-makers to take action. (24-Sep-2015)

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