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HONG KONG: The two bronze lion statues standing guard over HSBC Holdings Plc’s main offices in Hong Kong still bear the marks of an attack by protesters, who last week daubed them with red and black paint, setting at least one ablaze. Graffiti declared that HSBC had been dyed the red of China.
NEW YORK: Goldman Sachs Group Inc is in talks with the U.S. government and a state regulator to possibly pay up to $2 billion and admit guilt to resolve investigations into its role in the 1MDB Malaysian corruption scandal, according to a source familiar with the matter.
NEW YORK/LONDON/SINGAPORE: Regulatory scrutiny of precious metals trading at JPMorgan Chase & Co., one of the world's largest gold brokerages, has expanded to Singapore and ensnared two more bank employees, according to people familiar with the situation.
WASHINGTON: The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has settled foreign corruption charges against former Goldman Sachs Group Inc executive Tim Leissner for his involvement in Malaysia's multibillion-dollar 1MDB corruption scandal, the agency said on Monday.
NEW YORK: A U.S. digital currency specialist living in Singapore has been arrested and criminally charged with helping North Korea use cryptocurrency and blockchain technology to evade American sanctions, the U.S. Department of Justice said.
The vanishing act of all the key perpetrators of the 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) scandal must surely find a place in the History of Magic book.
NEW YORK: After a year of tough headlines, the world’s biggest technology companies showed this week that they’re powering through, continuing to rake in cash and invest in future growth as demand for their goods and services shows little sign of slacking.
WASHINGTON: The U.S. Justice Department is close to a deal with fugitive financier Jho Low to recover almost $1 billion that was misappropriated from Malaysian investment fund 1MDB, Bloomberg reported on Wednesday, citing a source familiar with the matter.
GOLDMAN Sachs Group Inc should take the opportunity to settle its legal case with Malaysia and put the 1MDB scandal to bed.
JAKARTA: Boeing, acting without adequate oversight from U.S. regulators, failed to grasp risks in the design of cockpit software on its 737 MAX airliner, sowing the seeds for a Lion Air crash that also involved errors by airline workers and crew, Indonesian investigators found.