In April 2022, Roger Ng (a former Goldman Sachs managing director) was found guilty at trial of Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and related charges for paying bribes to various Malaysian and Abu Dhabi officials in connection with Malaysia’s state-owned and state-controlled investment development company. See here.
Earlier this month, Judge Margo Brodie (E.D.N.Y.) sentenced Ng to 10 years in prison. (See here for the DOJ release). The ten year sentence for FCPA (and related crimes) is among the longest in FCPA history.
Last week, Judge Brodie also ordered Ng to forfeit $35.1 million (see here for the order).