• Goldman Sachs then CEO Blankfein attended meeting at center of $6.5 billion Malaysian wealth fund scandal

    7 days ago - By Business Insider

    Goldman Sachs may still face “significant fines” for its role in financing 1MDB, the $6.5 billion Malaysian wealth fund at the heart of a corruption probe, according to Bloomberg.
    Court documents in the US show an unidentified Goldman executive was involved in a 2009 meeting Malaysia's Jho Low.
    Low has been charged with money laundering and bribery by US authorities, and remains on the run.
    Sources close to the matter told Bloomberg that the executive at the meeting was Blankfein, Goldman's long-standing CEO who retired in September.
    Then Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein was present at a...
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  • Goldman Sachs then CEO Blankfein attended meeting at center of $6.5 billion Malaysian wealth fund scandal

    7 days ago - By Business Insider

    Goldman Sachs may still face “significant fines” for its role in financing 1MDB, the $6.5 billion Malaysian wealth fund at the heart of a corruption probe, according to Bloomberg.
    Court documents in the US show an unidentified Goldman executive was involved in a 2009 meeting Malaysia's Jho Low.
    Low has been charged with money laundering and bribery by US authorities, and remains on the run.
    Sources close to the matter told Bloomberg that the executive at the meeting was Blankfein, Goldman's long-standing CEO who retired in September.
    Then Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein was present at a...
    Read more ...