(Nov 6): When Lin See-Yan retired in 1994 after an illustrious career as a central banker, a friend challenged him to try his hand at running a commercial bank. The vagaries of such an enterprise, however, were nothing new for the former deputy governor of Bank Negara Malaysia.

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