Before the arrests, the regulator froze 63 securities accounts holding HK$860m ($110.7m).
He was convicted of graft, corruption and bigamy.
Products mis-selling, breaches of business conduct rules and serious impropriety most investigated.
A former relationship manager at Citic lied about an additional sum they had to pay the bank for opening accounts.
Previous unlicensed individuals in Hong Kong were also convicted, but were slapped with fines.
A client was defrauded from his unit trust investment, as the adviser knew the victim was not going to be in Singapore for a considerable period of time.
As a manager of investment portfolios for clients in Hong Kong, he was convicted of accepting illegal commission payments.
For involvement in the 1MDB scandal, Tim Leissner also has a lifetime prohibition on entering Singapore’s financial industry.
The fines have increased in 2018 as a result of the regulator’s focus on “more serious matters”, according to enforcement chief Thomas Atkinson.
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