Tallentire, Garry 鄧立泰

CFA dismisses Cheng Chak Ngok's application for leave to appeal
SFC, 26-Apr-2019
The case now goes back to a new Market Misconduct Tribunal. The first one cleared him but used the wrong standard of proof, criminal rather than civil.
SFC v Cheng Chak Ngok & MMTSFC announcement
HK Court of Appeal, 10-Sep-2018
The court rules that the MMT, chaired by Garry Tallentire, was "plainly wrong when it found that Mr Cheng had not engaged in market misconduct by insider dealing" in China Gas (0384) shares, because it had applied a criminal standard of proof (beyond reasonable doubt) rather than the civil standard (on a balance of probabilities). The court sends the matter back to a differently constituted MMT panel.
MMT finds no insider dealing by Mr Cheng Chak Ngok in China Gas (0384)
SFC, 24-Mar-2017
MMT sanctions Augustine Cheong and his mum for insider dealing in Titan (1192)
SFC, 15-Mar-2017
MMT fines AcrossAsia (8061), its former Chairman and CEO HK$2m for late disclosure of inside information
SFC, 30-Nov-2016
The MMT report is attached.
MMT finds no insider dealing in Warderly shares
SFC, 5-Aug-2016
We don't disagree with the finding, but we annotate errors in the report regarding the outcome of an open offer. The MMT finds that when the duo sold shares in 2007, the information was no longer material, as the company was publicly known to be in difficulty and the stock was trading on its shell potential. Also, the alleged loss avoided becomes a profit avoided if the open offer had been taken up. Incidentally, Warderly is now known as Fullshare (0607) and in our view it is a bubble stock on 9x NAV, part of which is shares in another bubble stock, Zall (2098) which trades around 4x NAV.

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