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National Development and Profits: Bank Pembangunan's Big Goals

Arshad Ismail, Chief Executive Officer, Bank Pembangunan Malaysia

28-Apr-20 08:05

National Development and Profits: Bank Pembangunan's Big Goals

Bank Pembangunan Malaysia is the country’s oldest development financial institution with a twin mandate of national development and profitability, but is coming off a chequered past of funding projects owned by 'connected' parties.

Now, Arshad Ismail, President / Group CEO since April 2019, wants to up risk and governance standards while evolving into a policy driven bank.

He discusses delivering on these plans whilst dealing with the fallout from Covid-19.

Produced by: Shazana Mokhtar

Presented by: Khoo Hsu Chuang


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