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Risk factors you don’t hear about

Optimistically cautious by ERROL OH
Maybe IPO prospectuses should discuss governance issues too

When liberalisation attracts flops

ALMOST a decade ago, the Securities Commission announced several initiatives to help make Bursa Malaysia a preferred listing destination.

Wanted: A good deal to save Earth

Optimistically cautious by Errol Oh
CEOs disappointed with US withdrawal from Paris Agreement

A tale of two research schemes

Optimistically cautious by Errol Oh
There is a new source of reports on small-caps. But what about the old one?

Our new path to economic growth

The implementation of the Malaysia Productivity Blueprint can change our future

A forgiving way to boost revenue

Optimistically cautious by Errol Oh
Should Malaysia be inspired by Indonesia’s successful tax amnesty?

Giving boardroom independence a shelf life

New corporate governance code draws attention to long-serving directors

A principled approach to regulation

BANK Negara had a busy day on April 13. The Financial Markets Committee, set up by the central bank in May last year and chaired by assistant governor Adnan Zaylani Mohamad Zahid (pic), briefed the media on the latest moves to develop the onshore financial market.

Lobbying for the right language

THE Malaysian Accounting Standards Board (MASB) turned 20 early this month. Although a relatively young organisation, it can teach others a thing or two about how to effectively represent the nation’s interests on the global stage.

Transmile still making waves

THE Transmile Group Bhd saga is probably still a long way from achieving closure, but a recent court decision shows that the ripples caused by the former stock market darling’s accounting irregularities and its subsequent collapse, are still being felt in corporate Malaysia.