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The China Securities Regulatory Commission issued fines to six shareholders for illegally reducing their holdings of listed companies
According to a report from the Beijing Times on March 2, 2015, the China Securities Regulatory Commission found that the temporary information disclosure of Zhuhai Zhongfu on December 10, 2012 made misleading statements about relevant financial data. It is understood that on December 10, 2012, Zhuhai Zhongfu used September 2012 data in its relevant announcement to explain the financial status of the 48 subsidiaries to be acquired, instead of October 2012 data. The net profit of the 48 subsidiaries of Zhuhai Zhongfu from January to September 2012 was RMB 86,382,500, and the net profit from January to October was RMB 66,714,700.
Guangzhou Daily (Reporter Yang Xin) Zhang Xiaojun, a spokesman for the China Securities Regulatory Commission, said on the 16th that the China Securities Regulatory Commission intends to impose penalties on four insider trading cases and one case of fabricating information dissemination. The two responsible persons have been banned from entering the market for life. The current five cases have entered the advance notification procedure.
A few days ago, the China Securities Regulatory Commission reported that a listed company was suspected of violating the law on information disclosure, a certain accounting firm, an asset appraisal company was suspected of failing to perform due diligence, an investment company used other people’s accounts to buy and sell stocks, and Li Mouxia was suspected of insider trading "New Wave Industry" , Yan Mouming suspected of insider trading "Leo Shares" case, Li Mojie suspected of insider trading "Boyun New Materials" case, Luo Mouyang, Luo Mouying suspected of insider trading "Oriental Tower", "Yellow River Tornado" case, etc. 8 A securities violation case has been tried and determined, and the proposed fines and forfeitures total nearly 147 million yuan. It is proposed to take measures to prohibit access to the securities market on 8 parties, of which 3 parties are banned for life, and relevant cases have entered the advance notification procedure.
During the investigation, Liu Shufan, a staff member of the China Securities Regulatory Commission, confessed that in the second half of 2014, he used the convenience of his position to help a listed company's private placement issue smoothly pass the issuance review committee of the securities regulatory authority, and helped the company's stock price to maintain stability and growth. To this end, Wu, the person in charge of the listed company, bribed him millions of dollars.