Azizi Khan

Azizi Khan lives in Melbourne, Australia building a world class digital bank. A banking and finance specialist he has spend more than two decades in Australia. With a background in regulatory reporting, AML/KYC and financial technology, Azizi regularly provide consulting services to financial institutions and government agencies. With a keen interest in digital technologies, startups and digital media, Azizi founded New Malaysia Herald in Melbourne Australia to provide a new all encompassing global Malaysian news. Azizi is a Senior Member of Financial Services Institute of Australia (FINSIA).

Altantuyaa The Need For Public Inquiry On Twilight Zone

Disgraced Chief Inspector Azilah Hadri allegedly confessed about extraordinary happenings in the twilight zone before Mongolian model Altantuyaa Shaariibuugiin was blown up!

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Sunrise at Blue Bay, Central Coast, New South Wales, Australia

We are back baby!

"Getting knocked down in life is a given. Getting up and moving forward is a choice." When we went down late last year, I thought...

Australian Elections A Stark Warning For Malaysian Politics

The recent Australian election that saw Labor win the election gives a stark warning to Malaysian politicians. Australian voters took their cumulative rage and...