Hacker Heist Brings Down Bangladesh's ‘Poor Man's Economist’By and
Atiur Rahman resigns as Bangladesh's central bank governor
Malware used to defraud $101 million from foreign reserves
The gifted son of a landless farmer, Atiur Rahman was known as the “poor man’s economist,” using his seven years as Bangladesh’s central bank governor to extend finance to the downtrodden through mobile and electronic banking. Ultimately, technology cost him his job.
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