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Jinsung Bank suspends Jinsul’s assets after its chief is indicted

Jinsuls Bank has suspended the assets of Jinsulz Baojun, chairman of Jansul Securities and Commodities, as a result of the investigation into alleged securities violations in the company, the company said in a statement.

The statement said that the suspension will be effective immediately.

Jinsuli Securities and Co., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Jainsul Securities, had the capacity to manage Jinsun Securities and the company’s other subsidiaries, including Jinsushol Securities, Jinsuzha Securities, and Jinsukhe Securities.

Jinsul Securities’ assets include securities and commodity futures contracts, and other assets that could be subject to the investigation.

The company also has a holding of about $1 billion in foreign currency assets.

Jansul was founded in 2010 by Baojuan and Jansun Li, both of whom were former directors at the Bank of China.

The investigation started in August, when the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) opened a probe into the alleged securities transactions.

The Securities and Exchange Commission of the Chinese government opened an investigation into Jinsuns alleged securities fraud last year.

In September, the Securities and Futures Commission of China opened an inquiry into Jansuns alleged fraud in the Jinsols securities market.JINSUL has not yet responded to a request for comment.