HONG KONG (Reuters) – A Hong Kong judge found JPMorgan (NYSE:)’s former vice chairman of Asia investment banking, Catherine Leung, not guilty on Monday, following her trial held late last year.
Leung was accused of bribing the then chairman of a logistics company by employing his son at the U.S. investment bank’s Hong Kong office in 2010, in the hope he would help JPMorgan get a role on the company’s upcoming initial public offering.
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