Tony Fernandes, aged 42 is the Group Chief Executive Officer of AirAsia, the primary low cost aircarrier in Asia. Born upon 30th 04 1964, this individual obtained his early education in Epsom College, UK and attacked his research in Accounting from the Greater london School of Economics. Using the his job as the Financial Controller at Virgin Communications Birmingham from 1987-1989 and Mature Financial Analyst at Warner Music International London by 1989 to 1992. He was then designated as the Managing Movie director at Warner Music Malaysia in 1992 and Regional Managing Director, Asean it happened in 1999 and Vice President, Asean by Warner Music South East Asia. Tony a2z was accepted as an Associate Member of the Association of Chartered Accredited Accountants 20 years ago and became a Fellow Member in 1996. In recognition of his contribution to the Malaysian music market, he received the title ‘Setia Mahkota Selangor' from Duli Yang Maha Mulia DiPertuan Agong, Sultan Salahudin Abdul Aziz Shah in 93 and in 1997, the Recording Industry Association of Malaysia features honored him with ‘Recording Industry Person of the Yr 1997'. In July 2006, Tony was conferred the Darjah Datuk Paduka Tuanku Ja'afar (DPTJ) which holds the title Dato' by the Negeri Sembilan's Yang DiPertuan Tidak kecil Tuanku Ja'afar Tuanku Abdul Rahman in conjunction with His Majesty's 83rd birthday in reputation of his services made to the enhancement of the nation and community. Tony connects to the ranks of 237 of the world's elite commanders in ‘Young Global Leaders', an organization for those who have dedicated their expertise and knowledge to engage in major global undertakings to shape the near future. Tony is the recipient of the International Herald Tribune award for the Visionaries & Leadership Series, for his outstanding work in AirAsia. In Dec 2003, Tony was named " Malaysian Chief Executive Officer of the 12 months 2003” simply by American Share and Business Times. In 2004, this individual garnered the Emerging Business owner of the 12 months – Malaysia 2003 Award by...