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"Malaysia will cooperate fully with any lawful investigation of its companies or citizens, Prime Minister Najib Razak's spokesman said on Thursday after the U.S. Justice Department filed lawsuits linked to scandal-ridden state fund 1MDB.", www.reuters.com
"KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Pressure mounted Thursday on Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak, with lawmakers demanding he go on leave and be held accountable after U.S. officials initiated action to seize more than $1 billion they say was stolen from a state investment fund by people close to the premier.", www.usnews.com
"One apartment in Manhattan’s Time Warner Center has a 64-foot-long terrace outside a master suite with a walk-in closet, two bathrooms and a separate dressing room. A mansion in Beverly Hills features a pyramid in the middle of an indoor pool.", www.bloomberg.com
"Malaysia’s government said it will cooperate with lawful investigations of local companies or its citizens, as U.S. prosecutors seek to seize $1 billion in assets they say are linked to a fraud trail leading from a Malaysia state fund.", www.bloomberg.com
"Oscar-nominated film “The Wolf of Wall Street,” produced by West Hollywood’s Red Granite Pictures Inc., is at the top of a list that identifies more than $200 million in assets linked to Los Angeles that the United States government aims to recover after an alleged international money laundering conspiracy.", www.labusinessjournal.com
"U.S. prosecutors are trying to seize more than $1 billion in assets they said were tied to money stolen from the Malaysian state fund, overseen by the prime minister, and used to finance 'The Wolf of Wall Street' film and to buy property and works of art.", www.reuters.com
"Red Granite Pictures Denies Wrongdoing in ‘Wolf of Wall Street’ Billion-Dollar Civil Suit The future proceeds for The Wolf of Wall Street may be The Department of Justice moved to seize about $1 billion in assets from Red Granite Pictures, a production…", www.justjared.com
"UPDATE with Red Granite statement: “To Red Granite's knowledge, none of the funding it received four years ago was in any way illegitimate and there is nothing in today's civil lawsuit claiming that Red Granite knew otherwise. Red Granite continues to cooperate fully with all inquiries and is", www.yahoo.com
"U.S. officials are preparing their next move against Malaysia's 1MDB, which is suspected to diverting state money to private coffers. The U.S.'s represents a quantum leap in the crackdown on the scandal-torn Malaysian state fund – and the U.S.'s largest ever swoop on assets.", www.finews.asia
"The U.S. Department of Justice filed a lawsuit on Wednesday seeking to seize properties tied to Malaysian state fund 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB). The lawsuit, filed in Los Angeles, said it seeks to seize assets 'involved in and traceable to an international conspiracy to launder money misappropriated from 1MDB'.", www.todayonline.com
"Malaysia’s state-owned investment fund, 1MDB, was supposed to attract foreign investment. Instead, it has spurred criminal and regulatory investigations around the world that have cast an unflattering spotlight on financial deal-making, election spending and political patronage under Prime Minister Najib Razak. A Malaysian parliamentary committee identified at least $4.2 billion in irregular transactions.", www.bloomberg.com
"Federal prosecutors are poised to launch one of the largest asset seizures in U.S. history as they step up their investigation into billions of dollars siphoned away from a Malaysian government investment fund, according to people familiar with the matter.", www.wsj.com
"KUALA LUMPUR: Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) has concluded its investigation into issues related to 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) but will continue to cooperate with any other authorities that are conducting their own probes. 'Regulatory authorities will make their investigations based on the rules and regulations of the various jurisdictions.", www.thesundaily.my
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