Hong Kong bank manager stole HK$174 million from Standard Chartered Bank to cover up HK$200,000 theft from client

A bank manager who stole HK$200,000 (US$25,000) from a client she said then threatened her into stealing a whopping HK$174 million was jailed for 10 years on Wednesday.
Lau Lai, a senior branch operations and services manager at Standard Chartered Bank, claimed Nie Ho-yin made death threats against her after the initial theft in 2008.
Lau said she was under extreme duress when she used forged documents to convince her colleagues to move the staggering amount to Nie’s bank account over the…

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