Ma, Sin Chi 馬善智

Duo jailed for HK$6.4m bribery over trading of derivative warrants at re-trial
ICAC, 26-Feb-2018
Ex-Deutsche Bank executive and warrant trader admit HK$6.4m bribery
ICAC, 22-Jan-2018
Ha But Yee admits paying HK$6.4m to Ma Sin Chi between Jan-2007 and May-2008, for information on derivative warrants issued by DB. Mr Ha and his family made a net profit of over HK$203m through trading of DB warrants. Ma remained a Responsible Officer of DB until 6-Jan-2012. The ICAC doesn't mention that this guilty plea follows a previous trial in which the defendants were found guilty but the convictions were quashed by the Court of Appeal due to misdirection of the jury by the Judge. By then, they had already served 2.5 years of a 7-year sentence.
HKSAR v Ha But Yee
HK Court of Final Appeal, 11-Nov-2016
Leave to appeal against the Court of Appeal's decision to order a retrial is refused.
HKSAR v Ma Sin Chi
HK Court of Appeal, 20-Oct-2016
HKSAR v Ma Sin Chi
HK Court of Appeal, 22-Sep-2016
Leave to appeal to the Court of Final Appeal is refused.
HKSAR v Ma Sin Chi & Ha But Yee
HK Court of Appeal, 15-Jul-2016
A retrial is ordered for both defendants.
HKSAR v Ma Sin Chi & Ha But Yee
HK Court of Appeal, 17-Jun-2016
The convictions of both appellants are quashed.
HKSAR v Ma Sin Chi & Ha But Yee
HK Court of Appeal, 11-Aug-2015
Leave to appeal against conviction and sentence is granted.
7 years' jail for HK$24m bribery over derivative warrants
ICAC, 9-Dec-2013
HKSAR v Ma Sin Chi & Ha But Yee: sentencing
HK Court of First Instance, 9-Dec-2013
Four jailed for HK$323k bribery over trading securities
ICAC, 23-Jul-2013
Four guilty of HK$323k bribery over trading in securities
ICAC, 5-Jul-2013
Four charged with HK$328k bribery over trading in securities
ICAC, 6-Sep-2012
Deutsche Bank MD & 4 investors charged with HK$24m bribery over trading of derivative warrants
ICAC, 12-Jan-2012
Mr Ma is a Responsible Officer of Deutsche Securities Asia Ltd.

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