xNY.io - Bank.org | DOJ Memo #2 - Goldman Sachs Deferred Prosecution Agreement

Gunnar Larson g at xny.io
Tue Dec 5 22:40:31 PST 2023


February 1, 2022


Mr. John Marzulli
United States Department of Justice
Eastern District of New York
271 Cadman Plaza East
Brooklyn New York, 11201
John.Marzulli at usdoj.gov

Re: Memo #2 - Goldman Sachs Deferred Prosecution Agreement

Dear Mr. Marzulli:

The Department of Justice has yet to respond to Memo #1 with our recent
to the 1Malaysia Development Berhad Deferred Agreement. Goldman Sachs' Deferred
Prosecution Agreement
with the United States of America is in potential breach, with ethical
enforcement being concerned.

Memo #2 aims to associate the malfeasance in Malaysia with the Middle

The Bank of London vs. The Bank of London and the Middle East


   November 30, 2021 two New York based firms lead investment in The Bank
   of London based in the United Kingdom.

   July 1, 2007 The Bank of London and the Middle East opened in the United

   The Bank of London and the Middle East confirms they have no association
   with The Bank of London (correspondence referenced here

The Bank of London seemingly has been funded from New York to irritate the
Middle East.  Recently, we made 91 highlights of research
associated with The Bank of London and the Middle East's recent sale to a
firm in Kuwait.

Harvey Schwartz is the Chairperson at The Bank of London, after spending
over 20 years at Goldman Sachs Group, where he oversaw sales and trading,
finance, technology, and operations. He completed his tenure as the firm’s
President and Co-Chief Operating Officer. He joined Goldman Sachs in 1997
and subsequently held numerous senior leadership positions including Chief
Financial Officer, Global Co-Head of the Securities Division, amongst other
positions. He additionally served as a member of the firm’s Management
Committee and co-headed its Risk Committee, Steering Committee on
Regulatory Reform and Finance Committee. Mr. Schwartz established the
firm’s Investment Policy Committee on which he also served as a member.

It would appear that Mr. Schwartz has no friendly diplomatic agenda in
London banking, potentially looking to profit off of The Bank of London and
the Middle East.

Furthermore, Goldman Sachs seemingly has a part in the scheme from New York.

Bank of London and the Middle East is listed on the NASDAQ, Dubai.


   Mr. Marzulli, during a recent telephone discussion together it was your
   general assessment that the Deferred Agreement in question was self
   policing.  Can you kindly advise at your earliest convenience what (if any)
   DOJ systems, processes and control mechanisms are in place to monitor the
   purity of the Deferred Agreement?

   Furthermore, if the Deferred Agreement is self-policing, can the DOJ
   kindly share any and all supporting material information that would prevent
   the agreement from being violated without the DOJ's general oversight?

   Finally, we have made 28 highlights to Deferred Agreement
   as a reference resource tool.

Memo #1 and Memo #2 both outline instances that correspond with the
associated highlight references. We are concerned that potential breaches
to the Deferred Agreement are impacting our global enterprise.

We are looking forward to learning more about the DOJ’s approach to
assessing any potential breaches to the Deferred Agreement’s mandates.

Respectfully yours with anticipation,

Gunnar Larson - xNY.io <http://www.xny.io> | Bank.org

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