Shahrol Halmi admitted that in his role as Terengganu Investment Authority/1MDB’s CEO, he was in over his head, and had to rely on the advice of others. Patrick Teoh presents for the Malaysian Insight.
Shahrol agreed, when Najib’s lawyer Shafee Abdullah suggested that his inexperience was probably why he was chosen to helm the scandal-ridden fund.
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