Ex-J.P. Morgan Asia executive arrested as officials investigate corruption, corporate hiring practices

The arrest is the latest event in a continuing investigation to crack down on the bribery of officials

Enforcement of anti-corruption laws is continuing in locations like Asia, with news this week that Hong Kong officials have arrested a former J.P. Morgan executive.

There were several news reports that Fang Fang, who was formerly J.P. Morgan's chief executive for China investment banking and vice chairman of investment banking in Asia, was arrested and later questioned.

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