Jung ungung-Sim, a professor at Dongyang University (Jail, 57), bought two hundred and seventy-seven million won WFM shares in secondary battery manufacturers, which were exposed to unpublished information last year.
One was Jung's brother, Jungmo Bonami System, and the other was a hairdresser's account. At the time, the former public prosecutor, 54, from her husband's homeland served as presidential secretary for civil affairs. The prosecution is prosecuting him for alleged violations of the Capital Markets Act and the Financial Names Act.
○ Use your hair designer account the day before posting your information
Jung's 79-page A4 paper indictment, unveiled at the National Assembly on November 11, describes his history of investing in stocks using unpublished information.
Attorney General Yoon Seok-yol (center) returns to the Supreme Prosecutor in Seohogo, Seoul on the 11th. By Kim aee-ming
In early January last year, Professor Jung received information from his five-year-old nephew, Joe Beo-dong (in jail), who plans to start producing a secondary battery anodized plant soon. I bought a million won value. At the end of January, the company bought a total of 120,000 shares of true company sovereignty, with Jung winning 600 million. The plant was not released until February 9th.
In February of that year, Joe met with Jung and his brother at the Mo Fansik Restaurant in Seoul. Professor Jung borrowed from the usual hairdresser A three days after hearing the story and bought another stake worth WFM 21 million. The information was released the day before the news.
In November of that year, just four hours before the news "WFM signed a Memorandum of Understanding to supply cathode material to Chinese telecommunications companies", the company purchased an additional 11 million WFM shares worth Mr A.'s account. A total of 731 million shares were bought four times before gender information was disclosed.○ Investing in derivatives such as futures on behalf of Facebook
WFM gained more than 50% of its 5,000th victory on February 7th, won in February last year, after management took over Jo Link's private equity director, Colink Private Equity (PE). The prosecution believed that Jung and Mr. Shaw attempted to obtain bids using undisclosed information while trying to raise WFM stock prices through a list of bypasses. The prosecution also found that Professor Jung had borrowed a gift option account under the name of Mr B, which he learned via Facebook for futures trading purposes. According to the complaint, Professor Jung mobilized six accounts, including his younger brother, a hairdresser and acquaintance on Facebook, to make 790 financial transactions from June 2017 to September. Two months after her husband started working for Jeong Wa Dae, she renewed her name contract from July 4, 2017 until September 30, two weeks before she left office.
By Kim Dong-hyuk, email@example.com
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