No pecuniary interest or conflict of interest in Azam Baki buying shares, says MACC Advisory Board


PUTRAJAYA: There is neither pecuniary interest nor conflict of interest on the part of Tan Sri Azam Baki over the issue of acquiring shares of two companies in 2015, says the Anti-Corruption Advisory Board.

Its chairman Tan Sri Abu Zahar Ujang said this was because the MACC chief commissioner did not purchase the shares himself, adding that they were purchased by his younger brother, Nasir.

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