Tun Ismail Ali: Paragon of Trust and Integrity

Tun Ismail Ali: Paragon of Trust and Integrity

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Tun Ismail Ali was the former Governor of Bank Negara Malaysia and the then-chairman of Permodalan Nasional Berhad (PNB). He was also the brother-in-law of Dr Mahathir Mohamad, the then-Prime Minister of Malaysia.

In 1981, Tun Ismail Ali was instrumental in the "Dawn Raid", a surprise takeover of Guthrie Berhad, a British-owned rubber plantation company. The raid was a major victory for the Malaysian government, as it marked the first time that a foreign company had been taken over by a Malaysian company.

The Dawn Raid was a complex operation that required careful planning and execution. Tun Ismail Ali played a key role in the planning and execution of the raid, and his efforts were essential to its success.

The Dawn Raid was a major turning point in Malaysia's history. It showed that the Malaysian government was willing to take on foreign companies, and it helped to boost the confidence of Malaysian businesses. The raid also had a symbolic significance, as it represented a break from Malaysia's colonial past.

Tun Ismail Ali was a highly respected figure in Malaysia. He was a brilliant economist and a shrewd businessman. He was also a dedicated public servant who was committed to the development of Malaysia. The Dawn Raid was one of his greatest achievements, and it is a testament to his skill and his vision.

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