KWAP on being a responsible lender


KWAP acquired its maiden property in Malaysia – the 39-storey Integra Tower (right), which is part of The Intermark development, for RM1bil. This is in line with its decision to plough more money into local investments. STARpix by AZHAR MAHFOF. See also page 18

CEO says that it has learnt from previous lessons, sheds light on the issue of Bank Negara rep not being on the fund’s board

RESPONSIBLE lending transcends beyond banks. Even government-owned Retirement Fund Inc, or better known as KWAP, has learnt that it has to know what a borrower does with its funds.

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