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July 19, 2012

Giuseppe Mandara, head of Italian cheese-making family business Mandara Group, has been arrested for alleged ties to the Camorra.

Giuseppe Mandara, head of Italian cheese-making family business Mandara Group, has been arrested for alleged ties to the Camorra.

According to media reports, the third-generation president of the family firm – one of the country’s biggest buffalo mozzarella-makers – was taken into custody this week. Company assets worth about €100 million were also seized.

July 13, 2012

Two next-gens have been appointed alternative directors of Sun Hung Kai Properties, after family members Thomas and Raymond Kwok were charged with corruption on Friday.

Two next-gens have been appointed alternative directors of Sun Hung Kai Properties, after family members Thomas and Raymond Kwok were charged with corruption on Friday.

Hong Kong’s Independent Commission Against Corruption charged the billionaire Kwok brothers, alongside three other people, with offences related to bribery and misconduct between 2000 and 2009.

May 4, 2012

Walter Kwok, the former chief executive of family business Sun Hung Kai Properties, has been arrested for alleged corruption, just weeks after his two brothers were also detained.

Walter Kwok, the former chief executive of family business Sun Hung Kai Properties, has been arrested for alleged corruption, just weeks after his two brothers were also detained.

March 30, 2012

Billionaire brothers Raymond and Thomas Kwok, who control Sun Hung Kai Properties, one of Asia’s biggest property developers, have been arrested in Hong Kong on suspicion of corruption.

Billionaire brothers Raymond and Thomas Kwok, who control Sun Hung Kai Properties, one of Asia’s biggest property developers, have been arrested in Hong Kong on suspicion of corruption.

They were arrested on 29 March by the Independent Commission Against Corruption, the company said in a statement, adding that business operations will not be affected and the brothers will maintain their roles within the firm.

May 28, 2008

The ongoing feud between the Kwok family at Hong Kong’s biggest property developer, Sun Hung Kai Properties, has come to a head with Walter Kwok’s 79-year-old mother, Kwong Siu-hing, replacing him as chairman of the company.

The ongoing feud between the Kwok family at Hong Kong’s biggest property developer, Sun Hung Kai Properties, has come to a head with Walter Kwok’s 79-year-old mother, Kwong Siu-hing, replacing him as chairman of the company. Kwong is the wife of SHKP’s late founder and currently owns just over 41% of the company.

May 16, 2008

A behind-the-scenes feud between second-generation members of the Kwok family has burst into the open.

A behind-the-scenes feud between second-generation members of the Kwok family has burst into the open. The Hong Kong-based Kwoks, owners of Sun Hung Kai Properties, have been arguing over who should run the $45 billion company. At the centre of the dispute is a fierce power struggle between the three Kwok brothers – Walter, Thomas and Raymond.

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