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Face of LTAT, Boustead to exit

Lodin is poised to leave the two entities after serving 36 years at the helm and his departure may herald a change in the structure of LTAT

Right-hand man: Lodin is one of the heads of government linked companies who is expected to leave. Sources say it will only be a matter of weeks.

Lodin on 1MDB, AES and land deal

TAN Sri Lodin Wok Kamaruddin has been more than the face of the Armed Forces Fund Board (LTAT) for the last 36 years. With the change in government, the chief executive of LTAT is set to leave the army’s investment arm.

TAN Sri Lodin Wok Kamaruddin has been more than the face of the Armed Forces Fund Board (LTAT) for the last 36 years. With the change in government, the chief executive of LTAT is set to leave the army’s investment arm.

Who says populist policies are bad

IF the jury is still out on whether it pays to be truthful, the verdict is clear – there is certainly a premium for being transparent in revealing the true state of the country.

Better market: A man watches trading boards at a private stock market gallery in Kuala Lumpur. Malaysia is among the better performers in emerging markets, including China, when it comes to the currency and stock market. — AP

The task ahead

IT was a scene Datuk Nor Shamsiah Mohd Yunus (pic) is well used to. When Bank Negara has a press conference to announce Malaysia’s quarterly GDP numbers, most of the officials of the bank will take their seats in wait for the governor to be ushered in last.

LTAT shake-up in the offing

ARMED Forces Fund Board (LTAT) is expected to face a shake-up that includes the departure of its long-serving chief executive officer Tan Sri Lodin Wok Kamaruddin, according to people familiar with the matter.

Long serving: Lodin has been at the helm of LTAT for more than 36 years.

Mega stop, go, maybe

Pakatan Harapan announced that it would review a number of mega projects initiated by the previous administration to save the country billions of ringgit. Since then, some multi-billion ringgit projects have been permanently shelved, others suspended or placed under review, while some were given the green light to carry on.

Guan Eng: GST refund next year

KUALA LUMPUR: The Pakatan Harapan government is committed to returning the Goods and Services Tax (GST) refunds that were improperly or even “illegally” withheld by the previous government, beginning next year, said Finance Minister Lim GuanEng today.

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