Goldman Sachs bosses charged in 1MDB scandal

Pedro Gonçalves
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Malaysia has charged 17 former and current Goldman Sachs bankers over the multibillion-dollar corruption investigation at state fund 1MDB, the attorney general said. The individuals charged include Richard Gnodde, the chief executive of Goldman Sachs International - the bank's most senior executive in London -, and Michael Sherwood, who was formerly the vice-chairman of Goldman Sachs Group Inc and co-chief executive officer of Goldman Sachs international. John Michael Evans, a former partner at the US bank who's now president of Alibaba Group Holding Ltd., was also charged. They were ...

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