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Ex-Goldman banker Ng fights US extradition over 1MDB

KUALA LUMPUR: A former Goldman Sachs Group Inc banker is fighting extradition to the US, where he would face charges of money laundering and bribery related to scandal-plagued Malaysian state investment company 1MDB, according to people with knowledge of the matter.

Ex-Goldman banker Ng said to fight US extradition over 1MDB

SINGAPORE: A former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. banker is fighting extradition to the U.S., where he would face charges of money laundering and bribery related to scandal-plagued Malaysian state investment company 1MDB, according to people with knowledge of the matter.

A former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. banker is fighting extradition to the U.S., where he would face charges of money laundering and bribery related to scandal-plagued Malaysian state investment company 1MDB.

Samurai bond to help settle 1MDB debts

PETALING JAYA: The RM7.4bil Samurai bond issuance, which the Japanese government has offered to guarantee, may involve settling 1Malaysia Development Bhd’s (1MDB) debts.

Implications of Leissner’s ‘confessions’

ON Thursday, Goldman Sachs’ Tim Leissner pleaded guilty in a court in New York to charges of conspiring to launder money and pay bribes as well as kick-backs from the proceeds raised via 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB).

Guilty as charged: Leissner’s guilty plea has already cast doubts on the integrity of several of his associates in Goldman Sachs. — Bloomberg

Goldman Sachs and 1MDB: what we learned from US charges

NEW YORK: The US Justice Department’s first charges against individuals related to the pillaging of the Malaysia investment fund known as 1MDB offers several new insights into the global, multibillion-dollar scandal:

Malaysia starts auction of Jho Low’s RM1b luxury yacht

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia started an auction of financier Low Taek Jho’s US$250mil (RM1.04bil) luxury yacht that investigators allege was bought with funds embezzled from investment company 1Malaysia Development Bhd.

 U.S. district judge in May ordered Low’s companies to hand over the vessel to the U.S. so it could be sailed from Indonesia -- where it was seized in February -- and sold.

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