Malaysia's 1MDB case against Goldman Sachs was postponed on Monday until October 22.
Malaysian prosecutors requested the postponement during a brief hearing in Kuala Lumpur attended by David Cope, the head of financial crime compliance for Goldman Sachs Asia.
In September, authorities filed criminal charges against 17 current and former directors at three Goldman Sachs subsidiaries for their role in the alleged multibillion-dollar ransacking of state investment fund 1MDB.
Malaysian and US prosecutors allege that bond sales organized by Goldman Sachs for 1MDB provided one of the means for associates of former Malaysian leader Najib Razak to steal billions over several years from a fund that was ostensibly set up to accelerate Malaysia's economic development.
The government in December filed criminal charges against Goldman Sachs and two former executives for breaches of securities laws including making false, misleading statements to investors.