Goldman Sachs to Settle Massive Corruption Case for $2.8 Billion With US Gove...

Goldman Sachs to Settle Massive Corruption Case for $2.8 Billion With US Gove...

Goldman Sachs has reportedly agreed to settle with the U.S. government over its role in a corrupt Malaysian government investment fund, which is one of the firm’s worst scandals since the financial crisis. In addition, Goldman Sachs previously agreed to pay the Malaysian government billions of dollars to end a criminal probe. Goldman Sachs’ Billions of Dollars in Settlement Goldman Sachs Group Inc. has agreed to pay about $2.8 billion to the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) to settle a case involving a corrupt Malaysian government investment fund, the Wall Street Journal....


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