Hong Kong regulator bans ex-Morgan Stanley banker from trading
HONG KONG, March 4
HONG KONG, March 4 (Reuters) - Hong Kong's stock market regulator banned former Morgan Stanley Asia managing director Du Jun from re-entering the industry for life for insider trading in shares of CITIC Resources Holdings Ltd .
Du was jailed in 2009 on 10 counts of insider trading in the shares of CITIC Resources Holdings while he was part of the Morgan Stanley team advising the company on a proposed deal to buy oil field assets in China.
For the regulator's press release:
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