After 27 years, we are now able to refresh and reevaluate the Bumiputra Malaysia Finance (BMF) scandal which was one of the biggest banking scandal in early 1980s. A Malaysian, the late Jalil Bin Ibrahim was killed during his audit works in Hong Kong. Who is the mastermind is still a mystery.
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No wallet, no ID… just a Malaysian coin caught in the lining of his trousers. The Police have no idea who he is or even how he got there. It takes them 24 hours to get an ID on the dead man – Jalil Ibrahim, a young banker with Malaysia’s Bank of Bumiputra on a business trip to Hong Kong. He was reported missing by a colleague the previous day.
The Police don’t have much to go on, until they stumble upon the banker’s personal diaries and letters. They reveal a troubled state of mind and suggest that the banker may have been onto something big.
As the Police study his correspondence, they begin to suspect that Jalil may have discovered fatal secrets – financial irregularities and dangerous liaisons which, if revealed, could not only threaten his life but also destroy his bank and compromise his country. And in all probability, Jalil’s fears had come true – the banker had been silenced before he could blow the whistle. The banker knew too much. But what did he know and why was he murdered?