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1MDB banker Leissner warned by feng shui master that trouble lay ahead

Bloomberg3/2/2022 1:47 PM GMT+08  • 3 min read
1MDB banker Leissner warned by feng shui master that trouble lay ahead
The issues identified by the master included trouble with authorities and the women in his life.
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Former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. banker Tim Leissner (pictured) testified that after the FBI handed him a grand jury subpoena tied to the 1MDB scandal, he consulted a feng shui master to see if more trouble lay ahead over the next decade.

Leissner, the US government’s key witness in the trial of former Goldman colleague Roger Ng over the multi-billion-dollar scam to loot Malaysia’s wealth fund, told a federal jury on Tuesday that it was Ng who suggested the consultation. He said the master’s report predicted that “I would have an issue with authorities for the first half of the 10 years but then it would be resolved.”

The former star banker, who has admitted he was twice married to two women at the same time, as well as having a host of mistresses and girlfriends, said the feng shui master also had something to say about that.

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