Vincent Tan is a Malaysian Chinese investor and businessman. He is credited with founding Berjaya Corporation Berhad, a Malaysia-based corporation that operates a wide range of businesses. In 2010, Tan was named in the Forbes' billionaire list. Also known for his philanthropic efforts, Vincent Tan founded the Better Malaysia Foundation, which grants scholarships and interest-free loans to students in need.
Khoo Teck Puat was an entrepreneur and banker remembered for owning the Goodwood Group of hotels in Singapore and London. Khoo established himself as the wealthiest man in Singapore and was named among the richest people in the world by Forbes in 2004. A philanthropist, Khoo established the Khoo Foundation, which donated towards the construction of Khoo Teck Puat Hospital.
Malaysian business-magnate Tan Sri Quek Leng Chan is a co-founder of the Malaysia based conglomerate Hong Leong Financial Group Berhad. He serves as its Chairman and oversees Malaysian operations of Hong Leong Group. Counted among the richest men in the country, as for February 16, 2021, Chan’s net-worth is listed at US$9.9 Billion and he is ranked 147th on Forbes.
Tan Cheng Lock was a Malaysian businessman and a famous public figure who dedicated his life to fighting for the social welfare and the rights of the Chinese community living in Malaysia. Apart from founding the Malayan Chinese Association (MCA), Tan Cheng Lock is also credited with serving as its first president from 27 February 1949 to 27 March 1958.