One of the deputy governors of Malaysia’s central bank has resigned from his post, more than one year before he was due to leave. Media in the neighbouring state of Singapore have reported that he complained to colleagues of bullying and low standards by the bank’s leadership.
Sukudhew Singh recently tendered his resignation from one of Bank Negara Malaysia’s three deputy governor posts, with effect from December 31. He is also known as Sukhdave Singh, the name by which several Singaporean news
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