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Court dismisses NFC suit against Public Bank over leakage of accounts

National Feedlot Corporation and subsidiary companies had accused the bank of breaching confidentiality.

Public Bank records higher Q1 net profit

The bank attributes its profitability to healthy loan and deposit growth.

Public Bank leads with highest return on equity

It registered a a net profit of RM5.59 billion for financial year 2018, which translated to a return on equity of 14.8%.

Bursa makes dismal start to second quarter

Malaysian stocks stumble as key Asian markets head north.

Bursa Malaysia opens lower

TA Securities says the market should stay range-bound with optimism over the US-European Union trade deal, China stimulus overshadowed by lingering US-China trade tensions and profit-taking ahead of the weekend.

Malaysia’s Bursa heads for longest winning streak in 3 years

Regional investor sentiment boosted by upbeat earnings on Wall Street and the Fed’s view of more years of growth for US economy.

Who will succeed billionaire Teh in Public Bank?

Shareholders were told that the succession plan will be announced at 'an appropriate time'.

Rafizi, ex-bank clerk jailed 30 months over NFC bank accounts leak

Rafizi Ramli and former bank clerk Johari Mohamad were found guilty by the Sessions Court under the Banking and Financial Institution Act for revealing bank accounts relating to the National Feedlot Corporation’s subsidiary companies and chairman.

Report: Succession plan in Malaysian corporate giants under scrutiny

Death of YTL Corp founder Yeoh Tiong Lay has brought into focus similar ethnic Chinese family holdings lacking clear transfer of power, reports Straits Times.

Public Bank founder Teh to step down as chairman

He will remain the bank’s adviser to provide guidance to support the continued growth of PBB and the group.

Should a fresh graduate get a credit card?

Plastic money, like a knife, can be used for good and for bad, a financial planner warns fresh graduates.