Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia | Asia Samachar |13 May 2015
Malkit Singh Maan, who has been the chief financial officer (CFO) of Malaysian first Islamic bank since January 2008, has been appointed to its parent company.
He will move from Bank Islam Bank Bhd to assume the position of Group CFO at BIMB Holdings Bhd (BHB) effective 12 May.
Malkit Singh Maan has over 23 years of working experience in finance within a banking environment, according to a BIMB filing to the Malaysian stock exchange to announce a change in principal officer.
He was CFO of ABN-Amro Bank (Malaysia) Bhd (now Royal Bank of Scotland Bhd) and Vice President of Finance at RHB Bank Bhd.
Malkit is a certified practicing accountant (CPA) member of the Australian Society of CPAs and Chartered Accountant of Malaysian Institute of Accountants, according to a statement.
He takes over from Mohamad Azlan Mohamad Alam who has re-designated as the BIMB’s chief operating officer.
Malkit, 49, has been an active member of the Gurdwara Sahib Kampung Pandan. Among others, he had been involved in the gurdwara plans to construct a new complex.
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