The banker who knew too much

A television programme in 2011 mentioned that Jalil Ibrahim had met Malaysian businessman Mak Foon Than at a hotel before Mak murdered Jalil, carried the body in a suitcase, and disposed it at a banana plantation.   

BBMB, through BMF, had overly lent to Carrian, with the loans totaling RM2.5 billion. Carrian had grown in a short of time to become a stock market favourite. Consequently, BBMB had to be revived with a RM1 billion injection from Petronas. Carrian collapsed to default on many other banks too. BMF was the biggest.