Published by Astro Awani , 5 Jan 2018 : Governance in Malaysia Under Spotlight To discuss this issue, featuring the Federation of Investment Managers Malaysia Public Interest Director Nik Hasyudeen Yusoff, Transparency International Malaysia President Datuk Akbar Satar and business correspondent Luqman Hariz. Click the video above to hear the insights.
A friend of mine shared his unfortunate experience of being a an independent director of an insolvent public company. He was dragged to court when the company failed to remit the salary deductions of its employees and the employer’s contribution to the Employees Provident Fund (EPF). During the court proceedings he was asked by the […]
We all make decisions everyday. Deciding what to have for lunch is a decision and sometimes we make those kind of decisions spontaneously without much reflection. Of course it would be a more complicated decision if one is observing some form of diet or suffering from illnesses which require some dietary control. Making decision is […]
Even as the votes we being counted, not many people in Britain and the whole world were expect ing that the LEAVE side would prevail during the recent referendum to determine whether United Kingdom should remain in the European Union (EU) or otherwise. However, as more votes were counted later that night, the concern about […]
Andrew Fastow was ashamed with what he did when he was with Enron. The former CFO of this company which fell from fame spectacularly in early 2000 admitted that he was guilty and felt sorry for all those people who suffered losses. He was in town to share some of his experience which could be […]
The quality of corporate governance demonstrated by Malaysian companies is one of the factors which influence the competitiveness of our capital market. Many public listed companies (PLCs) and financial institutions (FIs) have gone beyond adopting the recommended principles and having the required structures but are competing to demonstrate that good governance is already part of […]
Those who had lived long enough would have observed crises come and go, including those in the financial markets. While some could have forgotten about the global financial crisis triggered by the sub-prime loans in 2008, the side effects from that crisis are still unfolding and some of the mysteries are still being unrevealed. Last […]