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Raymond Kwok Ping Luen JP (born in 1952 in Hong Kong with family roots in Zhongshan, Guangdong, China) is the joint-chairman and managing director of Sun Hung Kai Properties, the largest...

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  • Thomas & Raymond Kwok Net Worth | InfoNetWorth

      Blog Source: infonetworth.com | 2 months ago
    Net Worth $ 20 Billion Unfortunately, the chance of Kwok brothers will finally come to an end. Nowadays rumors said that they got a corruption issues, especially to Thomas & Raymond Kwok. Known as the largest real estate developer in.
  • HK tycoon brothers plead not guilty in graft case | ...

      Blog Source: www.ipolitics.ca | 1 year ago
    The pleas entered by Thomas and Raymond Kwok all but ensure their case will head to trial in the city's High Court. The brothers are joint chairmen of Sun Hung Kai Properties Ltd., one of Hong Kong's biggest developers. Forbes estimates ...
  • silliness charissa: Billionaire Kwok brothers plead not ...

      Blog Source: silliness-charissa.blogspot.com | 1 year ago
    In a pre-trial hearing, five defendants, including Thomas and Raymond Kwok of Sun Hung Kai Properties , listened to eight charges against them before pleading not guilty. The others were former Hong Kong No. 2 official Rafael Hui, another ...
  • Billionaire Kwok brothers plead not guilty in HK graft trial ...

      Blog Source: www.atomictrades.com | 1 year ago
    ... a former senior government official pleaded not guilty on Friday to involvement in one of Hong Kong's biggest corruption cases. In a pre-trial hearing, five defendants, including Thomas and Raymond Kwok of Sun Hung Kai Properties , …
  • Meet the World's 30 richest people | Anand's World - The ...

      Blog Source: www.myselfanand.com | 1 year ago
    Country: United States. Thomas & Raymond Kwok & family (Rank 26). Raymond Kwok Ping Luen is the joint-chairman and managing director of Sun Hung Kai Properties, the largest property developer in Hong Kong. He is the youngest son of ...
  • Wing Tai Ppt (HKG:0369): Kwok's case has no adverse ...

      Blog Source: www.chinesestock.org | almost 2 years ago
    As a non-executive director of Wing Tai Properties, Raymond Kwok did not take part in carrying out day-to-day management and operations of the company. The board has no reason to believe that the aforesaid matter has, or will have, any ...
  • Sun Hung Kai Co-Chairmen Charged: Analysts React - Deal ...

      Blog Source: blogs.wsj.com | almost 2 years ago
    Thomas and Raymond Kwok, brothers who run the world's second-largest listed real estate company by market cap, were charged Friday by the Independent Commission Against Corruption with bribing Rafael Hui, Hong Kong's former No.
  • Hong Kong Developer Hit With Bribery Charges | Corruption ...

      Blog Source: corruptionbribery.com | almost 2 years ago
    On Monday, the Independent Commission Against Corruption charged Thomas and Raymond Kwok, the co-chairmen of Sun Hung Kai Properties, with bribery and public misconduct. Ex-chief secretary Rafael Hui, Sun Hung Kai's executive ...
  • ceylon: Thomas and Raymond Kwok charged in corruption ...

      Blog Source: ceylon-ananda.blogspot.com | almost 2 years ago
    Authorities allege Thomas and Raymond Kwok gave bribes in exchange for information on land sales between 2005 and 2007. Rafael Hui, formerly Hong Kong's second highest ranking government official, has also been charged. The Kwoks ...
  • Sun Hung Kai Boss Denies Wrongdoing | The Impact Of Business

      Blog Source: discovertheimpact.com | 2 years ago
    HONG KONG—Raymond Kwok, the younger of the two billionaire brothers arrested in Hong Kong last week on suspicion of corruption, said he is innocent of any wrongdoing, as both brothers broke their silence. The 58-year-old co-chairman ...


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