Following Temasek's lead. That's the headline for one of Ho Kay Tat's editorial pieces in the latest issue of The Edge.
In a nutshell, he's asking Khazanah Nasional to emulate its Singapore counterpart, Temasek Holdings where disclosure is concerned.
Kay Tat is suggesting that Azman Mokhtar's Khazanah has not been forthcoming with details of its performance and that Azman Mokhtar and his outfit have been conducting business as if they are above this country's demands of others to observe corporate transparency and good governance.
"Compare (Temasek's) level of disclosure to that shown by (Khazanah) and one will be dissapointed."
"..Khazanah does publish an annual report, but it seems to be on a limited-edition basis ... only those considered important enough manage to get their hands on one."
"Why the secrecy? It's high time the state investment arm raises its diclosure levels ...," writes Kay Tat.
TheEdge is not the only one asking more out of Khazanah.
Earlier this week, Dr Mahathir also raised concerns about Khazanah's corporate behaviour and has called for an Independent Audit.
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