A star-studded scandal: Jho Low’s RM20bn heist

Wall Street Journal reporters Tom Wright and Bradley Hope join CNBC’s ‘Squawk Box’ to discuss Billion Dollar Whale, their book on how Malaysian businessman Jho Low managed to pull off one of the largest financial heists in history.

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Kam Chee Ng
23 Sep 2018 6.11pm

Ah jib man is looking for him,Malaysia is looking for him ,which one he wants to choose?…

Gimbun Bawin
Gimbun Bawin
22 Sep 2018 12.57pm

Just for jest: you could ask for donations from
1) Arab Saudi Royal Family,
2) Ex-M’sian Premier, Najib Razak
3) The 29 UMNO Warlords
4) The ever generous Mr. Low Teck Jho or Jlow

Woo Chee Seng
20 Sep 2018 3.29pm

Nothing for him to regret! He tasted them all!!! Haha haha! However smart he is the dragnet is closing on him!

Supachai Phoong
20 Sep 2018 2.59pm

In Chinese mafia dramas, the clever Godfather always stay as the winner who is low-profile…..but this show-off Malaysian Whale went bonkers flashing money like no-tomorrow till attracting worldwide attention.

Mac Snoopee Ong
20 Sep 2018 2.19pm

This fler actually quite pandai wan….. Until he got caught.

22 Sep 2018 11.50am

You know why they always get caught?

It’s bcs they can’t resist FLAUNTING their loot.

The GREATEST THRILL is not in being able to enjoy the good life but in flaunting his stolen wealth to the world. So many have been caught bcs they can’t continue to live like before they stole all that wealth. They want the world to know just how clever they are so in the end they always pay for their own inadequacy.

The flaunting is not a result of arrogance but that of feelings of INADEQUACY n INFERIORITY. Frankly,I feel sorry for the son of a …