• Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor is accused of buying jewellery, handbags, and other luxury items worth nearly US$346 million (RM1.6 billion) using funds from 1MDB and SRC International

  • Legal documents claimed over 300 transactions were made involving 48 vendors across 14 countries between 2010 and 2014, with Hong Kong and United Arab Emirates topping the list

  • Eight offshore entities were listed for acting as intermediaries: Aabar Seychelles, Affinity Equity International Partners, Alsen Chance, Blackrock Commodities Global, Blackstone Real Estate Partners, Brightstone Jewellery, Good Star and World Merit Management

  • The funds were traced to fiduciaries and trustees controlled by fugitive broker Jho Low, Low’s father, and Rosmah’s husband — disgraced former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak

KUALA LUMPUR, June 11 — A lawsuit by 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB), SRC International Sdn Bhd and nine other entities against Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor has accused her of having knowingly procured, received or is in possession of luxury goods comprising jewellery, bags and watches using the misappropriated funds from 48 vendors from 14 different countries.

The lawsuit seeking to recover a total of US$346 million (RM1.64 billion) in misappropriated funds, and here is the breakdown of the number of vendors and their known locations which received payment from offshore paying entities for the purchases of luxury goods by Rosmah between 2009 and 2014.


The lawsuit seeks to recover a total of US$346 million (RM1.64 billion) in misappropriated funds, and here is the breakdown of the vendors, and their known locations, which were paid from offshore entities for the purchases of luxury goods by Rosmah between 2009 and 2014.

The location of three vendors is presently unknown.

The vendors include both corporations and individuals. Some have been dissolved or have ceased operating.

The nature of business for the vendors range from trading diamonds and gemstones, manufacturing and polishing diamonds and precious metals, wholesaling and retailing luxury goods and watches, and importing and exporting jewellery and precious stones.

Alphabetically, the list of corporate vendors and their location are as follows:

  • A Arslanian LLC (US)
  • Adamas Diamonds Far East Ltd (Hong Kong)
  • Al Khalid Jewellery FZE (United Arab Emirates)
  • Al Mahaba Jewellery LLC (United Arab Emirates)
  • Altinzar Kuyumculuk IC VE DIS TIC (Türkiye)
  • Azure Dragon Holdings Limited (British Virgin Islands)
  • Beauty Gems Factory Co Ltd (Thailand)
  • Bejewelled India PVT Ltd (India)
  • Blue River Diamond Company Limited / Paradeevisut Wiphada (Thailand)
  • Butani Jewellery Limited (Hong Kong)
  • Chatila Limited (United Kingdom)
  • Cosette Jewellery Limited (formerly known as Adler Jewellery Limited) (Hong Kong)
  • David Morris International Limited (United Kingdom)
  • Duke of Milan Limited (Hong Kong)
  • Fire Stone Company Limited (Hong Kong)
  • Five Stones International Limited (Hong Kong)
  • G Verdi & C. SRL (Italy)
  • Gems Luck HK Limited (Hong Kong)
  • Indian Handicrafts Emporium (India)
  • Imperial Gems Jewellery FZCO (United Arab Emirates)
  • Jacob & Co (Watches and Jewellery) Ltd (US)
  • Jasmin Jewellery LLC (United Arab Emirates)
  • Levant LLC (United Arab Emirates)
  • Lina Diam International S.A.L (Lebanon)
  • Lunadiam SARL (Lebanon)
  • Lunadiam International SARL (N/A)
  • Lunadiam NYC LLC (US)
  • Lorraine E Schwartz, INC (US)
  • Masterpieces Services Inv (N/A)
  • Michael Greene Company (US)
  • Olympic Diamond Corp (US)
  • Picchiotti S.R.L (Italy)
  • Prima Gold Jewellers LLC (United Arab Emirates)
  • Raaya Fine Jewellery (India)
  • Rare Red Diamonds (N/A)
  • RCM S.R.L (Italy)
  • Richard Mille Asia Pte Ltd (Singapore)
  • Riana Melia / Lombok NTB Pearls (Indonesia)
  • Rose Trading Company Limited (Hong Kong)
  • Safdico SA (Mauritius)
  • Samilor Enterprises Inc (US)
  • TOV Partners SA (Panama)
  • Unique Gems Limited (Hong Kong)

The list of individual vendors are:

  • Delia Yunita Moeprapto (Indonesian national)
  • Mohammad Taher Yosofzadah (UAE national)
  • Nitin Goenka (Indian national)
  • Rola Halimeh (Lebanese national)
  • Sevan Bicakci (Turkish national)

In the latest 1MDB and SRC civil suit against Rosmah, a total of 11 plaintiffs claim that monies from the companies were channelled to various offshore entities, and later paid to 48 vendors in 14 jurisdictions for the luxury goods in 320 payments.

Rosmah is being sued along with Shabnam Naraindas Daswani (also known as Natasha Mirpuri), who allegedly purchased or procured the luxury goods for Rosmah.

In the suit, they are asking Rosmah to return any of these items in her possession and to pay approximately US$350 million or an amount to be assessed by the court. They also want Shabnam to pay a sum to be determined by the court.

Apart from the claimed sums, the plaintiffs are seeking general, aggravated and exemplary damages from the duo.