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June 17, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Former Hong Kong Exchange Chief Leaves Prison: Ronald Li, who ran the Hong Kong Stock Exchange "like a private club" until his downfall after the 1987 crash, was released into a fabulously wealthy retirement. Li, 63, who was arrested in early 1988 and later imprisoned for corruption, said his days as a market wheeler-dealer are over.
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BUSINESS
June 17, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Former Hong Kong Exchange Chief Leaves Prison: Ronald Li, who ran the Hong Kong Stock Exchange "like a private club" until his downfall after the 1987 crash, was released into a fabulously wealthy retirement. Li, 63, who was arrested in early 1988 and later imprisoned for corruption, said his days as a market wheeler-dealer are over.
BUSINESS
June 29, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Seven Acquitted in Stock Exchange Corruption Trial: A jury has acquitted six former stock exchange officials and a lawyer of corruption charges, ending a five-year investigation into wrongdoing at the Hong Kong exchange. The acquittals followed the October, 1990, conviction of the exchange's former chairman, Ronald Li. Li is serving a four-year sentence.
BUSINESS
November 29, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
Former Hong Kong Stock Exchange Chairman Ronald Li, appealing his conviction on corruption charges, was denied bail today, a judicial spokesman said. A Hong Kong judge rejected Li's application for bail, and he cannot appeal the ruling, the spokesman said. Last month, Li was sentenced to four years in prison for accepting shares from two companies in return for approving or not opposing their stock market listings. His appeal is to be heard early next year.
BUSINESS
December 17, 1987
Ronald Li, embattled chairman of Hong Kong's stock exchange, has stepped down from the post that has brought him both praise and vilification. After the maximum two terms as the head of the British colony's stock exchange, Li, 58, became vice chairman, making room for a new chief, lawyer Charles Sin. Under Li's stewardship, Hong Kong's four rival stock exchanges merged in 1986 into a single unified market that many brokers said gave them a new and more exalted status.
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January 3, 1988 | Associated Press
The former chairman of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, its chief executive officer and one other top exchange official were arrested Saturday by this British colony's chief anti-corruption agency.
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