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Pascal Najadi

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Pascal Najadi is a renowned international Swiss Investment banker, film maker, author and the son of Hussain Najadi, the founder of AmBank Group in Malaysia, who was assassinated in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on July 29th 2013. Pascal Najadi served as a Management Board Member at Dresdner Bank, London and was in charge of Emerging Markets Capital Markets business covering Central Europe, Central Asia, the Russian Federation, Africa and the Middle East from 1993 until 2003. He was born in Lucerne, Switzerland, on August 20th 1967. His mother is Heidi Anderhub-Minger, a direct descendant of Rudolf Minger, former Swiss Federal Counsel and Swiss President before and at the beginning of WW2.

Pascal Najadi is also a film producer and has produced the Swiss cinema movie "GROUNDING, the last days of Swissair" (2006), voted as one of the best films ever in Swiss film history. He has started producing a full feature docu-drama "The Najadi Assassination" in summer 2022 about the assassination of his late father Hussain Najadi in Malaysia. The renowned Swiss Filmmaker and Film Director Michael Steiner is part of his production team.

The killing of Hussain Najadi still remains a mystery today as it was clouded by the Malaysian 1MDB scandal that has brought former Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak into prison in 2022. The US Department of Justice labelled the 1MDB scandal the largest kleptocracy heist in history. More than 4.7 billion USD have been laundered through 1MDB and its web of companies with the help of international banks and eventually AmBank, Kuala Lumpur, the bank founded by Hussain Najadi in 1975. Pascal Najadi is known to be committed to uncover the truth behind the assassination.

Pascal Najadi resides in Switzerland and is married to Anna Najadi-Janson, a professional Swiss photographer.


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