Tag: money laundering
The Malaysian Institute of Translation and Books says payments went through proper procedures.
They are among 80 companies, individuals and organisations slapped with compound notices today.
Shahrol Azral Ibrahim Halmi says TIA did not have the money for this at the time.
The prosecution says it needs more time to obtain several documents from the US.
The suspects have been accused of misusing RM3.4 million of the cooperative's funds between 2012 and 2017.
Herman Van Holsbeeck is the third suspect charged in a probe which reemerged in public view this week with searches in Belgium, Monaco and London.
Amhari Efendi Nazaruddin tells Najib Razak’s abuse of power trial about working under the former prime minister.
The central bank will publish a draft and seek feedback on the changes in September.
Jens Henriksson will take over as CEO ‘as soon as possible’ the bank said in a statement.
A new clause was included into the Terengganu Investment Authority, court hears.
Muhammad Shafee Abdullah points out that appeals court has allowed the defence to question lawyer Gopal Sri Ram’s appointment as prosecutor.
The stepson of former prime minister Najib Razak is accused of money laundering in relation to funds allegedly appropriated from 1MDB.
Hafarizam Harun is accused of receiving RM15 million from former prime minister Najib Razak in 2014 and 2015.
The allegations in the case centre around the role of Chidambaram in approving the acquisition of telecoms firm, Aircel Ltd, by Malaysia’s Maxis Bhd.
If Putrajaya is not careful, people may think the present government is willing to put the interest of one man over the interest of the nation, which is to ensure Malaysians of all ethnicities and religions live in peace and understanding.
The allegations relate to a Swiss subsidiary of the British banking giant.
They are accused of using three different accounts of the company as tools to launder an undisclosed amount.
Controversial Islamic preacher says sometimes the things he says gets taken out of context, adding Dr Mahathir Mohamad fully supports him.
The Court of Appeal restores a lower court order that allows the former Sabah chief minister to seek treatment abroad for his coronary-related problems.
K Kumaraendran says the former prime minister's wife complied with the order asking her to declare her assets on July 8.
His lawyer says the appeal is no longer relevant as the trial is already well into an advanced stage.
Judge Collin Lawrence Sequerah says there's no reasonable cause to further delay Najib Razak’s 1MDB trial.
Justice Mohd Nazlan Mohd Ghazali tells Najib, who has been late several times, that it is unfair to other court officials who have been punctual.
Former AmBank group managing director says he had gone to Najib’s house to help him open accounts at his bank.