Wednesday, November 6, 2019

AMBank and the MACC:AMBank has responded and suggests CIMB share equal blame: response demands immediate action and ANZ is further exposed

by Ganesh Sahathevan

It was reported yesterday on this blog :
If the MACC is unable to even identify USD 4.34 Billion worth of 1MDB linked assets, then safe to say that AMBank is not cooperating

AmBank's Vice President Compliance and Governance, Norhayati Yusof  has responded to the story on the Facebook page of fellow  journalist Mujahidin Zulkifli,who posted the story above on his Facebook page:

Norhayati Yusof This is written by an idiot who do not understand the extreme implications of not cooperating... and definitely who doesn’t have an inkling how financial instruments laundering can be layered and cleansed in many forms. Can you tell this bugger to bugger off please? Kalau bodoh tu, tutup mulut and pergi belajar dulu!
  • Mujahidin Zulkiffli Norhayati Yusof I need to tell off Clare Rewcastle Brown for naming this bugger in her book, to be the guy who got her to start the whole 1MDB investigation first, I guess.
  • Norhayati Yusof Mujahidin Zulkiffli you’re assuming? Do you guys even have a clue of what went on and still goes on in AmBank? How many innocents and whistleblowers sacrificed themselves so assholes such as these can claim knowledge? I will tell you this, if all the innocents in AmBank doa against all these assholes, there’d be carnage. Seriously.
  • Mujahidin Zulkiffli Norhayati Yusof those stories need to be told to the public. When the time comes, people should know.
  • Norhayati Yusof Mujahidin Zulkiffli when the time comes. In the meantime the public should ask, why isn’t CIMB or other local banks implicated?

Ms Norhayati is senior and long standing employee of AMBank, and she seems to suggest that CIMB and other banks are equally responsible for the 1MDB theft.
This writer has been made to understand that she has posted at least the first of her comments on Whatsapp group for risk and compliance professionals. 

Given her admission it is hard to see  why AMBank (and all others which Ms Norhayati seems happy to name) should not be the subject of a long overdue investigation of all records, including those that have been destroyed. 

Given the length of her service at AMBank and the AMMB Group her admission must further implicate ANZ.


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