BEIJING, Aug. 14 (CNN) Client Telegraph According to media reports, Malaysian authorities have filed criminal charges against 17 current and former Goldman Sachs employees, including J. Michael Evans, president of Alibaba Group, on suspicion of involvement in the 1MDB financial scandal of Malaysias sovereign wealth fund.
Alibaba responded, Before joining Alibaba Group in 2015, Mike Evans was an executive at Goldman Sachs. We have taken note of this news and will continue to pay attention to it.
Mike Evans joined Goldman Sachs in 1993 and became a partner in 1994. During his tenure in New York and London, he held several leading positions in the securities business, including the global director of equity capital markets, the global co-director of stock markets and the global co-director of securities.
Before retiring in February 2008 and December 2013, Mike Evans served as vice chairman of Goldman Sachs Group. Mike Evans served as chairman of Goldman Sachs Asia Business from 2004 to 2013, global head of Goldman Sachs Growth Markets from January 2011 to December 2013, and co-chair of Goldman Sachs Business Standards Committee from 2010 to 2013.
However, in response to the allegations of the financial scandal, according to foreign media reports, a Goldman Sachs spokesman said in an e-mail: We believe that todays allegations and the allegations announced against Goldman Sachs in December last year are misleading, and we will defend them forcefully.
President Alibabas involvement in the biggest financial scandal in history has spread to Trump:
The scandal of the One-horse Fund is still fermenting. According to Business Insider, Goldman Sachss support for the Malaysian government sovereign fund 1MDB has become one of the biggest scandals in financial history, and the plot is also very bizarre. It is reported that 17 current and former Goldman Sachs executives are currently facing criminal charges in Malaysia on suspicion of involvement in the 1MDB scandal. Michael Evans, president and President of international image of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba, is one of 17 former Goldman Sachs directors.