Sun Hung Kai Properties Ltd., Hong Kong’s biggest developer, said former chairman Walter Kwok was arrested by the anti-corruption commission, widening a probe that includes his brothers and a former government official.
The billionaire co-chairmen of Hong Kong’s biggest developer Sun Hung Kai Properties Ltd. and the city’s former No.2 government official were charged with bribery and public misconduct by the city’s anti-graft agency.
Sun Hung Kai Properties Ltd. Chairwoman Kwong Siu-hing reorganized the family trust that controls the world’s biggest developer by market value to remove elder son Walter Kwok as a beneficiary following a two-year feud, according to a person with knowledge of the matter.
The billionaire co-chairmen of Hong Kong’s biggest property developer will face bribery-related charges, public broadcaster Radio Television Hong Kong reported as Thomas and Raymond Kwok returned to the headquarters of the city’s anti-graft agency three months after being arrested.
Sun Hung Kai Properties Ltd., Hong Kong’s biggest developer by market value, was suspended from trading as Cable TV reported this afternoon that billionaire co- chairmen Thomas and Raymond Kwok were asked to assist in an investigation by the city’s anti-graft body.