The evidence of Meng Wanzhou case is open! Huawei to submit investment certificate

 The evidence of Meng Wanzhou case is open! Huawei to submit investment certificate

Public evidence shows that the so-called Meng Wanzhou case is a political case concocted by the United States. HSBC participated in the construction and played a very disgraceful role in maliciously doing the Bureau, patching up materials and fabricating criminal evidence. Meng Wanzhou is innocent!

Make up a charge, and the accusation is vulnerable

According to the case prosecution record submitted by the United States to the Canadian court, Meng Wanzhou concealed the relationship between Huawei and Hong Kong Starcom Technology Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as Hong Kong Starcom) from HSBC, and misled HSBC to continue to provide banking services to China. Therefore, HSBC violated the U.S. sanctions against Iran and faced the risk of civil and criminal finesu201c Fraud .

The only key evidence in this case is a PPT document handed over by Meng Wanzhou to HSBC. The published materials include the full text of PPT and the business email records of HSBC and Huawei. The United States deliberately conceals and misinterprets the core information, and the accusation is totally inconsistent with the facts.

u2014u2014HSBC has always been aware of Huaweis relationship with Hongkong star.

Hong Kong Starcom is Huaweis partner in Iran, and the relationship between them is clear. Huawei once held shares in Hong Kong star, and Meng Wanzhou served briefly as a director of the company. However, in 2007, Huawei sold its Hong Kong Star shares, and in April 2009, Meng Wanzhou resigned from the companys board of directors. Since then, the two sides have maintained normal business contacts.

HSBC has always known Huaweis Iran business. In 2010, three-party e-mails proved that HSBC was fully aware of Huaweis relationship with Hongkong star. According to the 2009 / 2010 financial report of Hong Kong Starcom sent by Huawei to HSBC, HSBC fully understands the business situation of Hongkong star in Iran.

In order to justify itself and strengthen the effectiveness of criminal evidence, HSBC claims that only junior employees are aware of Huaweis relationship with Hongkong star, but these junior employees do not pass on the relevant information to the senior managers, resulting in the latter having to rely on the PPT provided by Meng Wanzhou to judge the risk.

The grass-roots know that, the senior management does not know, HSBCs words are pure nonsense!

As the worlds largest communication equipment manufacturer and Forbes Fortune 500, Huawei is the 17th largest customer of the global liquidity and cash management department of HSBC. The two sides have had business cooperation for nearly 20 years. With the scale and duration of such cooperation, will the HSBC account manager serving Huawei be junior employees? Whats more, it is not a reason for HSBC to exempt its own employees, nor is it in line with the compliance management system of the banking industry.

In particular, in December 2012, HSBC signed a deferred prosecution agreement with the US Department of justice for its own misconduct, including violation of the U.S. sanctions against Iran. HSBC assured the US Department of justice that it would conduct a review and clean-up of its customers across the group. In the process, how could HSBC not identify the relationship between Huawei and Hongkong star? If it is not clear, it can be confirmed that HSBC cheated the US Department of justice and should be severely punished!

The most basic compliance requirement of large financial institutions is know your customers. HSBC has a special risk management committee, which claims that all branches have compliance departments. If risk assessment only relies on Meng Wanzhous PPT, what is the employment of these personnel?

In order to frame up Meng Wanzhou, HSBC will not hesitate to demote itself, a hundred years of big line, disgraced!

u2014u2014HSBC has never violated the US sanctions ban for Huawei.

In December 2012 and January 2013, Reuters published two reports that Huawei, through Hong Kong star, engaged in business in Iran in violation of the U.S. sanctions act, including reselling U.S. - made computer equipment to Iranian telecom operators.

In addition to Huawei, Ericsson, Nokia and other well-known Telecom manufacturers have trade contacts in Iran, but they have not attracted so much attention from the United States. Strangely, at this time, HSBC seemed to smell something, and suddenly began to worry about the impact of Hong Kong star, and frequently invited Huaweis senior executives to Hong Kong to communicate on relevant issues.

Both Huawei and Hong Kong Starcom have normal business operations in Iran, which does not violate the U.S. sanctions law. Even U.S. Commerce Secretary Ross admits, my colleagues and I have not found any problems with Huawei.. Even so, in February 2013, Hongkong star closed its HSBC account. This concludes Huaweis cooperation with HSBC in Iran.

The business has been terminated, and HSBC has repeatedly asked for communication with Huawei. Out of respect, in August 2013, Meng Wanzhou met with senior executives of HSBC, and gave a detailed account of Huaweis business in Iran. The PPT displayed introduced Huaweis and Hong Kongs customers, products, compliance requirements and compliance systems in Iran.

Whether a client has a business in Iran is the only element in HSBCs assessment of compliance risk. On this issue, Meng Wanzhou did not hide or mislead. During the talks between the two sides, Meng Wanzhou did not encourage HSBC to reopen an account for Hongkong star.

There is no risk, and HSBC is certainly happy to continue working with Huawei. In fact, it was not until August 2017, when it came to the last minute to cooperate with the United States to build Huawei, that HSBC had no reason to terminate the cooperation between the two sides. In the past five years, relying on Huaweis large-scale business, HSBC has made huge profits.

u2014u2014HSBC claims to have been cheated and has no actual loss.

In order to make the illusion of being cheated, HSBC exaggerates the data and conceals the facts.

HSBC claims to have provided a $900 million credit line to China, putting its economic interests at risk. 900 million dollars, its a bluff, but whats the truth?

Call out 900 million, actually 80 million! Whats more shameless is that HSBC conceals the key fact: in June 2017, Huawei cancelled this credit line, which has never been used before.

It is no wonder that HSBC dare not claim any rights to Huawei!

Huawei and HSBC submit investment certificate

HSBC cooperated with the United States in the construction of Huawei, in which there was a huge exchange of interests: HSBC acted as the victim to prove Meng Wanzhou, in exchange for the US pardon, and escaped the criminal charges of the US Department of justice against HSBCs felony of money laundering.

u2014u2014Serious cases are in the body, and malicious actions are taken.

In 2012, the US government charged HSBC with serious money laundering and financing of international terrorism. The US Department of justice confirmed that HSBC was involved in money laundering activities. To this end, HSBC paid $1.92 billion in fines and reached a five-year (2012-2017) deferred prosecution agreement with the US Department of justice. HSBC agrees to cooperate with the U.S. Department of justice in any investigation and has the right to withdraw the agreement and file criminal charges against HSBC if it fails to comply with the requirements.

According to the U.S. sanctions law, bank executives who participate in money laundering activities themselves will face severe criminal penalties. Some media commented that $1.9 billion is only equivalent to the profits of HSBC for five weeks, and no one was charged with any crime in the end, so that HSBC was considered to have escaped the catastrophe.

It is from 2012 that HSBC has set traps step by step to target Meng Wanzhou.

The appointment to see Meng Wanzhou by name was not equal. Huawei has a dedicated department to do business docking with HSBC. The meeting between the two parties should be attended by the relevant person in charge who is familiar with the situation. But HSBC has appointed to see Meng Wanzhou, and Alan Thomas, the head of global banking in the Asia Pacific region, is not at the same level as Meng Wanzhou.

Business contacts between companies are generally based on e-mail and other written materials. However, people familiar with the matter revealed that the invitation to Meng Wanzhou by HSBC did not leave any written traces. The meeting was held in a Steakhouse near the four seasons hotel in Hong Kong to discuss such an important issue. It is unreasonable for HSBC not to choose the companys meeting room!

HSBC has a long way to go. After learning that HSBC had submitted information about Huawei to the United States, Reuters contacted Allen Thomas and found that he had retired and declined to comment.

u2014u2014Take the initiative to hand over the knife to get rid of the crime.

In September 2016, the market heard that the US Department of justice was discussing whether to withdraw the extended prosecution agreement and whether to prosecute HSBC on criminal charges. At the end of the same year, HSBC began secretly investigating Huaweis accounts.

In this regard, Reuters published a report and analysis: HSBC cooperated with the United States to submit Huaweis investigation results, coincidentally it started before the expiration of the agreement between HSBC and the US Department of justice, and HSBC hopes to resist the accusations made by the US Department of justice against its suspected anti sanctions .

From the perspective of public information, from February to July 2017, HSBC took the initiative to make at least four statements to the US Department of justice, actively cooperated with the US investigation into Huawei, and thousands of internal people were interviewed by the US Department of justice.

In December 2017, although the U.S. Department of justice compliance regulators believed that there are still significant deficiencies in HSBCs compliance, the US prosecutors unexpectedly dropped all criminal charges against HSBC and ended the supervision of HSBC.

From 2013, we planned to meet Meng Wanzhou carefully, and then we started the investigation on Huawei secretly in 2016, and ended our cooperation with Huawei in August 2017 Through a series of operations, HSBC not only retains Huawei as a big customer, but also maximizes its profits. At the same time, its senior executives have landed safely, becoming one of the few enterprises accused by the US side to withdraw its accusation!

It is worth noting that HSBC, which survived Huaweis bluff, is now seized by the US. In December 2019, HSBC committed a fine of US $192 million for assisting us taxpayers to evade taxes for 10 years and signed the deferred prosecution agreement again. The bad bank has been completely controlled by the United States!

Who will be HSBCs next customer to sell?

American hegemony strangles Chinese high-tech enterprises

As a pawn, the United States concocted the Meng Wanzhou incident. The United States is brandishing a big stick and cracking down on Huawei all over the world in order to maintain its hegemony in the field of global science and technology. As US Attorney General Barr said: China has seized the beach and is in the leading position in the 5g field. Chinas leading position will make the United States lose the power of sanctions..

Fabricating facts, fabricating charges, abusing power and arresting illegally. The Meng Wanzhou incident is a mirror, reflecting how the United States and Canada, under the guise of judicial justice, are conspiring to launch a political pursuit against Chinese high-tech enterprises under the guise of judicial justice.

The sinister intention is obvious! Meng Wanzhous real crime lies in that she is the daughter of Ren Zhengfei, the founder of Huawei, and the CFO of Huawei. When the United States asked Canada to arrest Meng Wanzhou, it was to seize the hostage as a bargaining chip to put pressure on China and strangle Huawei.

Canadas extradition act and Canada US extradition treaty clearly stipulate that extradition for political purposes is not supported. Therefore, the Canadian authorities have always insisted that the Meng Wanzhou incident is a judicial case. However, a memorandum released in June by the Canadian Security Intelligence Agency clearly stated that the FBI informed the Canadian Security Intelligence Agency of its plan to arrest Meng Wanzhou. The memorandum also warned that planned actions will have a significant impact at the international and bilateral (Sino Canadian) levels.

Obviously, before the arrest, Canadian intelligence had assessed the consequences of the incident and considered it a serious political incident. However, in the face of pressure from the United States, the Canadian government finally chose to obey.

The provisional arrest warrant issued by the Canadian court on November 30, 2018 clearly states immediate arrest. On December 1, Canadian border service law enforcement officers intercepted Meng Wanzhou at the corridor bridge for the first time, forced her to hand over her mobile phone and password, and illegally detained her for nearly three hours. During this period, not only did he not tell the real reason for the detention, but also forced Meng Wanzhou to answer questions related to the contents of the US criminal indictment.

Canadas law enforcement agencies temporarily changed the arrest plan to assist the FBI in illegally collecting evidence for criminal prosecution of Meng Wanzhou. In the whole process, the Justice Department of Canada and its senior officials were aware of the whole process, and they did not intervene and stop the illegal activities when they knew that the related illegal acts seriously infringed on Mengs rights.

In late Meng Dynasty, the so-called extradition cases have entered the stage of non public trial. People around the world who are in charge of justice are waiting for Canada to make a fair judgment.