Wynn Macau director got involved in bribery

Wynn Macau director got involved in bribery

Hong Kong residents have been charged for bribing a Wynn Resorts Director in return for profitable contracts servicing the company’s casino properties.

The two men are doing in the air-conditioning business. They have been accused of crossing the casino executive’s palm with a million HKD for 3 years between June 2014 and January 2017.

But it is unclear if the Wynn Macau Director also facing charges. He remained unnamed, and according to ICAC (Independent Commission Against Corruption), he is a Hong Kong resident who had worked for the operator since 2007.

Since 2013, Wynn Macau has awarded around 70 air-conditioning maintenance contracts according to ICAC. The company operates two casinos in the gambling hub, Wynn Macau and Wynn Palace in Cotai.

Under Hong Kong’s private bribery laws, they face up to seven years in prison if found guilty, and a fine of up to HK$500,000 (US$64,000). They may also be prohibited from taking employment or becoming a director for up to seven years.

Under Hong Kong law, bribery could face up to seven years in prison if they are found to be guilty, and a fine of up to RM282,000. Also, they might be prohibited from taking any employment as a director position for up to seven years.


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