The court discovered that in January 2013 BCM presented itself as a finance services company and advised on listing application, by entering into an Advisor Engagement Agreement while being unlicensed.
The Hong Kong court also found that Law Sai Hung assisted and counselled in the licensing violations in his capacity as a director.
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