Goldman Sachs, 1Mdb

Goldman Sachs, 1Mdb

Goldman Sachs in talks to admit guilt in 1MDB scandal | The Malaysian Insight

Bank may also pay a US$2 billion fine, reports WSJ.

19/12/2019 6:43:00 PM

Goldman Sachs in talks to admit guilt in 1MDB scandal

Bank may also pay a US$2 billion fine, reports WSJ.

Copy URLGoldman Sachs’ discussions with the US government include a deal for an Asian subsidiary of the bank to plead guilty to breaching US bribery laws. – EPA pic, December 19, 2019.GOLDMAN Sachs is in talks to pay a US$2 billion (RM8.28 billion) fine and admit guilt over its role in the 1Malaysia Development Bhd scandal, reports

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