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Former JPMorgan banker’s job offer to son of company chairman was not done in secret, Hong Kong court hears



A former managing director of JPMorgan accused of bribing a company chairman by hiring his son did not make the job offer in secret as she had informed senior management and they did not voice objections, a Hong Kong court has heard.Emails read in the District Court on Wednesday showed defendant Catherine Leung Kar-cheung, 52, telling her colleagues that she had offered Ang Ren-yi a job with JPMorgan Securities (Asia Pacific) following interviews and that his father Ang Keng-lam, chairman of…



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