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China Broker Says $35 Million of Investment Products May Default

  • Central China Securities claims borrower falsified documents
  • Case adds to a string of frauds as defaults surge in China

Central China Securities Co. said two asset management products totaling 240 million yuan ($35 million) are in danger of defaulting after the borrower falsified documents.

The brokerage said Thursday that it conducted follow-up checks on the products following missed payments to investors in April and May and found that documents used to obtain financing had been fabricated. Central China Securities didn’t provide more details or name the borrower, but said the case is being investigated by the police.