Malaysia officials visit Goldman office as part of 1MDB probe -sources | Reuters

VEA Vice-Chair Nell Minow is quoted in this article about concerns that Goldman Sachs may be involved in a political corruption scandal in Malaysia.

“Goldman should be the first to realize that if something seems to be too good to be true and the fees are that high, they should look for a problem,” said Nell Minow, vice chair of ValueEdge Advisors, which provides corporate governance advice to institutional investors. “They have some real risk here.”

via REPEAT-UPDATE 1-Malaysia officials visit Goldman office as part of 1MDB probe -sources | Reuters.

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