An executive who once headed JPMorgan & Chase Co.’s investment banking business in Asia now faces bribery charges in connection with the bank’s problematic “Sons and Daughters” client referral program.

Hong Kong’s Independent Commission Against Corruption, or ICAC, announced Thursday that Catherine Leung Kar-cheung had been charged with two counts of offering an advantage to an agent. Her legal woes stem from an alleged bribery scheme involving the chairman of an unnamed logistics company and his son.

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