Updates @ 6:10 pm on 10-9-2013: “Deloitte has been fined a record £14m for failing to manage conflicts of interest during its role as an adviser to collapsed British carmaker MG Rover. On Monday the Financial Reporting Council, which brought the case against Deloitte, said the outcome of an independent tribunal was a “strong vindication” for its six-year-long probe into Deloitte’s work for companies involved with the carmaker in the lead-up to MG Rover’s collapse.”
In the case of the MAS-AirAsia share swap, there were two advisors namely Dato’ Sri Nazir Razak and Bain & Co but it is unclear about their scope of appointment. For full report of the fine imposed against Deloitte, please read HERE &HERE,.
Below are the latest exchanged of e-mails between Dr Wafi Nazrin Tan Sri Abdul Hamid (Dr Wafi) and En Matdiah Mohammad, the Secretary of MASE. By right Dr Wafi should not feel so jittery about the outflow of informations from MAS if the secret MAS – AirAsia share swap really meant to save MAS i.e. encouraging collaboration between MAS/AirAsia and not to stifle MAS/Firefly. As a professional, Dr Wafi should call a spade and spade. The outflow of informations from MAS employees are nothing if compare to the informations that are accessible to the directors of MAS. Dr Wafi should be more concerned about the outflow of information to the competitors of MAS unless he knew that the spirit of the secret share swap and the so-called “Collaborative Framework” were meant to stifle MAS and Firefly indirectly. Continue reading “Dr Wafi: MAS employees questioning the wisdom of the “matrimony””→
Dr Wafi Nazrin Tan Sri Abdul Hamid, the Head of Legal and Risk Department of MAS and an expert in competition law, has given a very good advice to the members staff of MAS on the MAS – AirAsia’s “Collaborative Frameworks”. Please read his e-mail and the reply from one of the MAS unions below. Read Here for related article. Continue reading “Dr Wafi’s advice to all employees of MAS”→