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HIGHLIGHTS  GE15
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Date Programmes Podcast Title  
05-Nov-18 Evening Edition
(5:30 PM)
Peer-to-peer Lending and Airport REITs
Lyn Mak
05-Nov-18 Today's BizTalk
(7:45 AM)
Oil Funds People, People Fund Properties
The Morning Run Crew
20-Jul-17 Tech Talk
(10:00 AM)
DNA - Gaming – Malaysia’s Silent Religion / Julo Raises Seed Funding / Mulah Establishes Foothold / Analysts Divided On Telco M&As / Signature Market
Karamjit Singh, Digital New Asia.com (DNA) | Anushia Kandasivam, Digital New Asia.com (DNA)
13-Apr-17 Today's BizTalk
(8:47 AM)
Investing in Malaysia: Worth the Risk?
The Morning Run Crew
20-Mar-17 The Breakfast Grille
(8:05 AM)
Will P2P Lenders Complement or Disrupt Traditional Banks?
Kristine Ng, Chief Executive Officer, Peoplender
16-Feb-17 Ringgit & Sense
(9:35 AM)
P2P Lending: Peaks to Pitfalls
Kristine Ng, CEO, Fundaztic
27-Apr-16 The Breakfast Grille
(8:05 AM)
Visa Going Places
James Lim, Head of Products for Southeast Asia, Visa
 
 




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