You could see your name on the Forbes list, too

So recently Forbes announced its much-anticipated list of the 50 richest Malaysians. Not surprisingly, it’s one that’s still dominated by the usual suspects – Robert Kuok, Ananda Krishnan, Tan Sri Lim Kok Thay and the like.

So recently Forbes announced its much-anticipated list of the 50 richest Malaysians. Not surprisingly, it’s one that’s still dominated by the usual suspects – Robert Kuok, Ananda Krishnan, Tan Sri Lim Kok Thay and the like.

These folks all made it there thanks to a mix of financial savvy, hard work, the right connections and a bit of luck. They are proof of the fantastic capabilities our fellow Malaysians have in running mega business concerns not just locally, but around the world.

In fact, this year we have 14 billionaires in the country compared to 11 in 2012. So clearly more and more of us are getting better at this wealth-building thing as time goes by.

If you’re sitting there in your snug little cubicle reading this, wondering when will it ever be your turn to hit the big time, the RinggitPlus team has got some great news for you.

Maybank is happy to help you start off on your path to riches with a seminar about capitalising on the stock market by Wealth Mentors. Best of all, it’s FREE for Maybankard holders.

So if you’ve got a Maybankard in your wallet, we highly recommend that you clear your schedule and make your way down to the talk at one of the locations near you. You’ve got nothing to lose and everything to gain, really.

And who knows? It could just turn out to be that first step to getting your name on the Forbes Malaysia’s 50 Richest list sometime down the road. You’ll thank us for sharing this with you then!

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