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HDO issued to Gaisano son-in-law, associates

By: - Reporter / @JeromeAningINQ
/ 05:16 AM April 26, 2019

A Cebu City Regional Trial Court (RTC) has issued a hold-departure order (HDO) against 10 stock brokerage firm officials, including Derwin Wong, the son-in-law of mall owner Edmund “Eddie” Gaisano Sr., after the group was earlier ordered arrested for syndicated estafa.

Judge James Stewart Ramon Himalaloan of Cebu City RTC Branch 7 issued the HDO against Derwin Wong, Wong Chung Yin, also known as David Wong; Derick Wong; Diane Wong; Davidson Wong; Lucy Chua; Juvy Ting; Susan Lu; Beverly Ansay; and Leonardo Marsan.

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Except for Derwin who was arrested in his condominium on April 10 and now in detention, the rest are at large.

Unauthorized trading

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The Department of Justice earlier charged the respondents with syndicated estafa over the alleged unauthorized trading of the more than P24-million investment of one of Gaisano’s daughters, Valerie Gaisano-Sebastian.

Derwin, whose family and associates used to run the stock brokerage firm DW Capital Inc., is married to another Gaisano daughter, Eda Frances.

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