Thursday, July 21, 2016

Singapura Sita S$240 Juta Aset Berkaitan Siasatan Terhadap 1MDB


Laporan ini datangnya dari Reuters.. memetik satu kenyataan bersama oleh Pihak Berkuasa Kewangan Singapore, Jabatan Peguam Negara dan Jabatan Hal Ehwal komersial.. Reuters melaporkan..

Berikutan dari tuntutan mahkamah yang difailkan oleh Pendakwa raya AS untuk merampas lebih daripada $ 1 bilion dalam bentuk aset mereka milik anak tiri Najib dan Jho Low yang didakwa berkaitan dengan  wang yang dicuri daripada dana 1MDB, pihak Singapura telah menyita
S$240 Juta aset berkaitan siasatan berkaitan 1MDB.

Separuh dari aset yang dirampas tersebut adalah milik Jho Low dan kaum keluarganya..

“Aliran wang yang disiasat itu termasuk yang berkait Good Star Limited (Seychelles), Aabar Investments PJS Limited (BVI), Aabar Investments PJS Limited (Seychelles), dan Tanore Finance Corp. (BVI),” kata kenyataan bersama Penguasa Kewangan Singapura (MAS), Pejabat Peguam Negara dan Jabatan Hal Ehwal Komersil.

MAS berkata ia sudah melakukan pemeriksaan ke atas Bank DBS, Standard Chartered dan UBS dan mendapati beberapa “kegagalan kawalan” dalam ketiga-tiga bank itu, di samping “kelemahan proses menerima penyimpan dan mengawal selia transaksi”.

Bacalah..

Singapore authorities have seized assets worth S$240 million ($176.82 million) in an investigation of 1MDB-related fund flows for possible money laundering, in a probe which has found "deficiencies" at several major banks in the city-state. 
"The fund flows being investigated include those connected with Good Star Limited (Seychelles), Aabar Investments PJS Limited (BVI), Aabar Investments PJS Limited (Seychelles), and Tanore Finance Corp. (BVI)," said a joint statement by the Monetary Authority of Singapore, the Attorney-General's Chambers and the Commercial Affairs Department. 
The statement follows a lawsuit filed by U.S. prosecutors to seize more than $1 billion in assets they said were tied to money stolen from the Malaysian state development fund, which was overseen by the prime minister. 
The Monetary Authority of Singapore said it has completed its inspections of DBS, Standard Chartered and UBS and preliminary findings showed instances of "control failings" in all three banks and "weaknesses in the processes for accepting clients and monitoring transactions. 
"However, the MAS' inspections did not reveal pervasive control weaknesses or staff misconduct within these banks, unlike in the case of BSI Bank," the statement said.
In May, the MAS withdrew the status of Swiss BSI Bank as a merchant bank for serious breaches of anti money laundering requirements. 
An onsite inspection of another Swiss bank Falcon PBS in April 2016 found substantial breaches of anti-money laundering regulations. Management oversight and inadequate risk management were found at Raffles Money Change, a money changer and remittance agent. 
Of the assets seized, about half belonged to Malaysian financier Low Taek Jho, known as Jho Low, and his immediate family, the joint statement said.
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Salleh Keruak kata serangan terhadap 1MDB ni bermotifkan politik.. kalau macam tu selain Obama.. Perdana Menteri Singapura ni pun nak jatuhkan Najib jugaklah gamaknya...

Kenyataan media bersama pihak Singapura tu lihatlah di SINI



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