China: China’s Former Top Insurance Regulator Sentenced to 11 Years in Prison for Bribery

Xiang Junbo, a former chairman of the now-defunct China Insurance Regulatory Commission (CIRC), has been sentenced to 11 years behind bars and fined 1.5 million yuan ($211,477) for taking bribes, a court ruled Tuesday.

From 2005 to 2017, Xiang accepted bribes worth more than 18.6 million yuan in exchange for favors he made by taking advantage of his positions at the CIRC, the country’s central bank and state-owned Agricultural Bank of China Ltd., state media cited (link in Chinese) a court in the eastern province of Jiangsu as saying.

In recent years, China’s sweeping campaign to clean up corruption in both financial regulation and industries has put multiple high-ranking regulators and tycoons behind bars.

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