Hong Kong's SFC hands lifetime ban to jailed asset manager


The Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) has handed a lifetime ban from the industry to a former managing director at Crown Asset Management.
The regulator said Pauline Ellen Cousins “produced four false valuation summaries to a client” between 2002 and 2006.

She repeatedly produced portfolio summaries belonging to other clients to one particular client, misleading him into believing he had invested $1.75 million in “an investment lined assurance scheme”. However, in reality, Cousins

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