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Tan Sri Lim Goh Tong's retirement from the Genting group Wednesday marks the end of an era. His exit from the corporate world at the age of 86, was much like the man himself: low-key and without much fanfare.
Iwao Tomita, one of Japan's top accountants, talks about corporate reforms that would benefit businesses.
Sunday markets are offering aspiring entrepreneurs the opportunity to test their business skills without the burden of high overheads and a huge capital, reports IVY SOON.
THE days of the once popular #8220;suitcase investment bankers#8221; who would fly in mostly from Singapore to do structured deals for Malaysian companies could be over. Except for those who now spend more time servicing their clients, they are rapidly being replaced by the country#8217;s own fast-rising investment banks and a new set of players called boutique advisory houses.
BARELY a week after Commerce International Merchant Bankers Bhd (CIMB) announced it had secured an investment banking licence in Brunei, its Islamic banking unit is working with a Brunei client to help issue a US$300mil (RM1.1bil) Sukuk (Islamic bonds) facility that may be the first by a local company in the oil kingdom.