Monday, October 14, 2013

Her contributions for Malaysia

     A countless contributions Tan Sri Dr Zeti has gave to Malaysia and some of it is very incredible as she could save Malaysia capital in the markets of the worlds. Firstly, she has putting Malaysia at the forefront of the Islamic money market and with many policies carefully planned and executed. As for that Malaysia now has a substantial number of Islamic investors, both domestic and foreign.

    Secondly, she also has ensuring the stability of the Malaysia Financial system and has made Malaysia become one of the stable countries in the world. Furthermore, Tan Sri Dr Zeti has overseen the successful transformation of the Malaysian financial system into one of the most developed and resilient financial systems among the emerging economies.

She was giving talks at Malaysian Global Islamic Sukuk

     Next contribution that she has made is by developing Malaysia as a centre for the origination, distribution and trading of sukuk under the Malaysia International Islamic Financial Centre (MIFC) initiative. In 2002, Tan Sri Dr Zeti led a team that launched the Malaysian Global Islamic Sukuk, the world’s first Islamic sukuk to be issued by a sovereign country and she has driven the growth of Islamic finance, not just in Malaysia but also in other parts of Asia. 


Sunday, October 13, 2013

Tan Sri Zeti as a Leader


Franco Malaysian bilateral relations

     Leadership is the action of leading a group of people or an organization and obviously with her appearance and skills, she has the ability to do that, leading our capital markets in order to make it stable and systematic.

     She is one and only women in Asia who holds the portfolio as a Central bank’s governor and she also one of the very few women in the world appointed to highly regarded position. This is an outstanding achievement of her as a leader of financial industry. As an addition, Global Finance magazine, named her as one of the world’s best Central Bank Governor of the Year and that makes her become the most powerful women in the finance industry.

     Next, she was one of the key figures that were involved in the decision to introduction capital controls and the currency floating. Last but not least, she as a hero and has returned the country into competitiveness faster than any other countries in the region after Malaysia had a crisis on 1997.

     A skill of leadership has made me and Malaysian feel very proud by having her as our governor. One day I wish I could be like her

Iclif Alumni Dinner -- Leadership Reflections by Dr. Zeti Akhtar Aziz

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