Citigroup Fined $7.3 Million in Hong Kong for IPO Sponsor Work

Citigroup Inc. was fined HK$57 million ($7.3 million) by Hong Kong’s Securities and Futures Commission for the bank’s actions around the listing application of an initial public offering. The U.S. bank was also reprimanded for its failure to discharge …
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