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Banks to pay $32.5 million settlement in Sino-Forest lawsuit by investors
TORONTO - The financial institutions that helped Sino-Forest Corp. raise funds have agreed to pay investors $32.5 million, in what may be the country's largest securities class action settlement to date reached with investment bank underwriters.
Sino-Forest underwriters settle for $32.5M
Sino-Forest high-profile fraud hearing to begin
The Ontario Securities Commission will lay out its fraud case against collapsed forestry giant Sino-Forest Corp. and some of the company's former key executives on Tuesday, as a hearing begins on the largest corporate fraud allegations to hit Bay ...
Sino-Forest tribunal will put fraud allegations — and the OSC's ...  Financial Post
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Investors' $9-billion case against Sino-Forest gets green light
A $9-billion class-action launched by burned investors in Sino-Forest Corp. - the Toronto-listed Chinese forestry giant that collapsed amid fraud allegations in 2011 - has been given the green light to go to trial by an Ontario Superior Court judge.
Sino-Forest defence lawyers' bill a 'staggering' $41-million
Defence lawyers for Sino-Forest Corp. and some of the collapsed forestry firm's former directors and senior executives have billed $41-million in legal costs over the past four years, an amount that lawyers for burned shareholders call “staggering” and ...
Ernst & Young agrees to pay $8 million to settle Sino-Forest allegations
In a statement of allegations filed in 2012, the OSC said Ernst & Young failed to conduct their audits in accordance with relevant industry standards, including performing sufficient audit work to verify Sino-Forest Corp.'s ownership and existence of ...
Ernst & Young Settles Over Audits of Sino-Forest and Chinese Company  Wall Street Journal
Ernst & Young to pay $8M to settle OSC allegations of improper audits in ...  Financial Post
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Sino-Forest execs deny fraud, call OSC allegations a misinterpretation of ...
TORONTO - Canadian regulators laid out a “road map” Tuesday they said will prove Hong Kong-based executives carried out a massive fraud at Sino-Forest Corp., which traded at $6-billion on the Toronto Stock Exchange before its spectacular collapse.
Sino-Forest executives deny any fraud at OSC hearing  Toronto Star
Canada Regulator Lays Out Fraud Case Against Sino-Forest  Wall Street Journal
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$5.6 million settlement in Sino-Forest case approved
David Horsley, former chief financial officer of Sino Forest Corp., arrives at the Ontario Securities Commission on July 21, 2014 where a hearing endorsed a settlement agreement.
Ernst & Young reaches tentative settlement in cases involving Sino-Forest ...
Auditor Ernst & Young LLP has a tentative agreement to settle two regulatory cases against it, including one concerning audits of disgraced timber company Sino-Forest Corp. A hearing will take place Sept. 30 at the Toronto office of the Ontario ...
Ernst & Young in tentative deal in Canada on Sino-Forest audit  Reuters Canada
Ernst & Young settles with OSC in Sino-Forest, Zungui cases  The Globe and Mail
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Report alleges possibility Sino-Forest 'an accounting fiction'
A report by one of the country's leading forensic accounting firms alleges there is a “serious possibility” Sino-Forest Corp.'s entire standing timber business in China is “an accounting fiction.” The report by Rosen & Associates Ltd. was commissioned ...
CEO of Sino-Forest Corp. resigns
The chief executive of Sino-Forest Corp. resigned on Sunday, two days after the Ontario Securities Commission identified potential fraud at the company.
Sino-Forest Halted as Regulator Rescinds Order on Executives  Bloomberg
Canada Stops Trading in Sino-Forest Shares  Wall Street Journal (blog)