Saturday, December 20, 2014   

(SHKP trial) Thomas Kwok steps down as chairman
(12-19 19:24)

Thomas Kwok Ping-kwong, was convicted of one offense at common law of conspiracy to commit misconduct in public office, resigned as chairman and managing director of Sun Hung Kai Properties (0016), the firm said in a statement filed to the stock exchange. His son Adam Kwok Kai-fai ceased to be the alternative director to Thomas Kwok. Adam, 31, is appointed as an executive director,
Thomas Kwok, along with former Chief Secretary Rafael Hui Si-yan, Sun Hung Kai Properties executive director Thomas Chan Kui-yuen and former Hong Kong Stock Exchange official Francis Kwan Hung-sang, are all now in custody until Monday when the court reconvenes for mitigation and sentencing. Defense lawyers will decide on any appeals next week.   
Other Hong Kong breaking news:
(SHKP trial) Two middlemen detained after convicted (12-19 18:50)
(SHKP trial) Verdicts for high profile bribery case of Rafael Hui, Kwok borthers (12-19 18:35)
(SHKP trial) Rafael Hui: from top official to convicted (12-19 18:16)
(SHKP trial) Billionaire brothers at heart of trial (12-19 18:11)
(SHKP trial) ICAC remains unbiased in investigations (12-19 17:13)
(SHKP trial) Jurors exempted from jury duty in five years (12-19 17:00)
(SHKP trial) Raymond Kwok thankful his name cleared (12-19 16:42)
(SHKP trial) Alan Leong calls for improvement in vetting and disclaration system (12-19 16:35)
(SHKP trial) 'Black eye' for Hong Kong: analyst (12-19 16:32)
(SHKP trial) Hui, Thomas Kwok taken into custody (12-19 15:59)

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