Tiger hunt: Who's snared in China's graft fight?

China's financial sector has been a focus of Xi Jinping's attempt to crack down on graft. As three Citic Securities executives are arrested, we list those caught up.

The start of 2016 has seen no let up in Chinese President Xi Jinping’s three-year-old crackdown on graft, with the country’s financial sector put sharply in the spotlight since last summer’s market meltdowns.

Xi’s pledge was to target “big tigers” leaders and decision-makers in the Communist Party and the private sector - as well as “small flies” who cause irritation at grass-roots level.

A number of high-ranking regulators and executives at big securities houses had come under scrutiny since the market turmoil last summer that sent the benchmark Shanghai index plunging 43%.

Some were being investigated for alleged “malicious” short-selling, insider trading or...

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