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MDEC appoints Fadzli Shah chief strategy officer
The Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) has appointed Fadzli Shah Anuar as MDEC’s... The post MDEC appoints Fadzli Shah chief strategy officer appeared first on Marketing Magazine Asia. [...]
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Bank Negara officer recounts visit to Affin Bank to obtain info on SRC unit's accounts
KUALA LUMPUR (April 16): Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM)'s raid at an AmBank branch along Jalan Raja Chulan on July 6, 2015 was conducted concurrently with... [...]
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Nomura chief risk officer, senior traders exit
NEW YORK: Nomura Holdings Inc.’s Chief Risk Officer Lewis O’Donald and senior salespeople and traders in New York, Europe and Asia are among those leaving as Japan’s largest brokerage retrenches from several markets including US credit, according to people familiar with the matter. [...]
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Subpoena IGP for claiming Adib was assaulted, police officer tells inquest
IGP Tan Sri Mohamad Fuzi Harun speaks during a press conference in Bukit Aman March 6, 2019. ― Picture by Hari Anggara KUALA LUMPUR, April 3 — A police officer today suggested that Inspector-General of Police (IGP) Tan Sri Mohamad Fuzi Harun be subpoenaed to explain why the latter had said firefighter Muhammad Adib Mohd Kassim was assaulted in the temple riot last November.Senior investigating officer Lew Keng Joe made the call when testifying before the Coroner’s Court in Shah Alam in the ongoing inquest into the death of the fireman, Malaysiakini reported.The report said Ahmad Taufiq Baharum, the lawyer for Muhammad Adib’s family, had asked the officer why Mohamad Fuzi had made a statement shortly after the incident that the firefighter was assaulted.Lew first replied that he was unsure but then speculated that perhaps the IGP had met with the firefighters involved; adding that while Mohamad Fuzi’s comment was important, it did not help much in their investigation.Malaysiakini said that when Taufiq pointed out that the IGP made the statement before Adib died from his injuries and a post-mortem was conducted, Lew responded by asking if the lawyer wanted him to record the IGP’s statement.“Do you want me to record the IGP’s statement? Maybe you should subpoena the IGP and ask him (to explain),” he said.Mohamad Fuzi had reportedly denied on November 29 that Muhammad Adib was injured when a Fire and Rescue Department vehicle reversed into him after a video allegedly of the incident surfaced.He had told reporters that Fire and Rescue director-general Datuk Mohamad Hamdan Wahid had also clarified that it was not Muhammad Adib in the video.When asked if it was confirmed Muhammad Adib had been assaulted, Mohamad Fuzi had replied: “If he was not assaulted, how would he be in such a critical condition with so much injuries on him?”Muhammad Adib was critically injured in the early morning of November 27 after he and his team members from the Subang Jaya fire station responded to an emergency call at the Seafield Sri Maha Mariamman Temple where a riot was taking place.He was first taken to the Subang Jaya Medical Centre, before being transferred to IJN for further treatment, where he succumbed to his wounds on December 17. [...]
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MCMC appoints Gerard Lim chief officer, digital
Gerard Lim Kim Meng, chief officer, Digital Industry Development & Commercialisation The Malaysian... The post MCMC appoints Gerard Lim chief officer, digital appeared first on Marketing Magazine Asia. [...]
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Police officer being probed for allegedly threatening couple
IPOH: A senior police officer with the rank of ASP is being investigated for alleged criminal intimidation after he threatened a couple on the roadside in Kampung Simee, here on Monday.A source said the officer, who had served for about three years as a police station chief here and with the Royal Malaysia Police for 29 years, is alleged to have grabbed the collar of the man’s shirt and also tried to assault the man’s wife.In the incident at about 5.45pm, the officer was said to have nearly knocked down the couple, a doctor and his lawyer wife, who were out jogging.“The complainant, the 34-year-old doctor, shouted ‘woi’ and this was heard by the officer who pulled over his Honda City car, alighted and grabbed the man by the collar, repeatedly asking ‘you kenal saya siapa?’ (Do you know who I am?)’, the source said.“The officer was also said to have warned the couple that he would find the couple’s home. They said they could smell alcohol on his breath and suspected the man was drunk,” the source said when contacted, here today.The source said the doctor’s wife had taken a video recording of the incident using a mobile phone and when the officer realised what she was doing he rushed towards her and was about to hit her, but the doctor managed to stop him. He then got back into his car and drove off.“The doctor lodged a police report at Kampung Simee Police Station at 7.44pm on the same day. The couple provided the video recording of the incident. Based on the recording, we were able to identify the officer. The car which he was driving was registered in the name of a woman,” said the source.Ipoh police chief ACP Mohd Ali Tamby, when contacted, confirmed the incident involving the head of the police station, aged 49 years, adding that case was being investigated under Section 506 of the Penal Code for criminal intimidation. — Bernama [...]
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PNB appoints new chief investment officer
PETALING JAYA: Permodalan Nasional Bhd (PNB) has announced the retirement of Datuk Idris Kechot, the group’s Asset Management deputy president and group chief operating officer, effective Dec 31. [...]
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Former special officer to ex-Cabinet minister jailed, fined for corruption
SHAH ALAM, Dec 27 ― A former special officer to an ex-Cabinet minister was sentenced to two years’ jail and fined RM400,000, in default a year’s jail, by the Sessions Court here today for corruption, involving RM80,000.Judge Rozilah Salleh handed down the sentence on Zailan Jauhari, 48, after finding that the defence had failed to raise reasonable doubts against the prosecution’s case.The submission by the defence was found not honest, totally unacceptable and merely a denial, she said. Zailan, who was first charged in the court on February 2014, was alleged to have accepted gratification, in the form of RM20,000 and in a cheque for RM60,000, for helping two companies to obtain tenders for school cleaning works in the Kuala Selangor district. He was charged with committing the offence at a restaurant in Kuala Selangor between 7.30pm and 8pm on January 8, 2014.The charge was made under Section 16) (a) (A) of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) Act 2009 and punishable under Section 24 of the same law, which provides an imprisonment for up to 20 years and fine not less than five times the amount of gratification involved, or RM10,000, whichever is higher, upon conviction.However, Rozilah allowed a stay of the sentence following an application by lawyer Md Yunos Shariff , representing Zailan, to appeal the case at the High Court, but on the condition that Zailan paid the fine, as well as filed the appeal today.She also increased Zailan’s bail from RM30,000 to RM50,000 in one surety.In mitigation, Mohd  Yunos said his client, who had diabetes and high blood pressure, only had a part-time job and had a wife and three children, aged six to 11 to support.He said Zailan also had no previous record and was remorse.Deputy public prosecutor from MACC,  Mohammed Heikal Ismail, prosecuted. ― Bernama [...]
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Awangku Omar Pengiran Jawa, Awang Tengah’s special administrative officer, passes away
Awangku Omar Pengiran Jawa KUCHING: Awangku Omar Pengiran Jawa, the special administrative officer to Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Amar Awang Tengah Ali Hasan has passed away in Johor at the age of 59 today. According to sources, Awangku passed away due to a heart attack and his body will be flown back home this evening. He was believed to be on holiday with his family at the time. [...]
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Tabung Haji senior officer freed after four-day remand
The suspect who is a 'Datuk' is released on MACC (pic) bail of RM10,000 with one surety. — Picture by Yusof Mat Isa PUTRAJAYA, Dec 22 — A senior officer of the Pilgrims Fund or Tabung Haji (TH) who was remanded four days to assist a probe into alleged corruption in the form of house renovation costing RM400,000, was released today as the remand period expired.Magistrate Shah Wira Abdul Halim granted an application by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) to release the 48-year-old suspect who was remanded since Wednesday on MACC bail.The suspect with a “Datuk” title was released with MACC bail of RM10,000 with one surety and was ordered to surrender his passport to the MACC.The suspect arrived at the court here at about 10 am.According to a source at MACC, the suspect had allegedly received gratification in the form of house renovation, costing RM400,000, in return for awarding a contractor a project to carry out the rebranding of TH branch offices costing RM15 million.The suspect was called up by MACC on Tuesday (Dec 18) and was arrested at 8.35pm on Tuesday.TH had, on Nov 30, lodged a police report over the misuse of TH’ monies and for misrepresentation in a corporate deal.The was lodged against former TH chairman Datuk Seri Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim, Its former chief executive officers Tan Sri Ismee Ismail and Datuk Seri Johan Abdullah, as well as senior management officers. — Bernama [...]
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MACC officer lodges report over suspected arson
SEPANG: A Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) officer who handles high-profile graft cases has alleged that a fire that broke out at his double-storey house on Monday is related to his work.The investigations officer who is attached to the commission’s special action unit which undertakes high-profile corruption cases lodged a police report urging a probe for foul play be commenced.The officer who is in his 30’s was at work and his family was away when the fire broke out about 2.30pm on Monday.The Fire and Rescue Department arrived at the scene within minutes and managed to put out the fire that extensively damaged the interior of the upper floor of the house at Taman Suria Tropika.Sepang police chief ACP Abdul Aziz Ali said a preliminary report from the department showed that the cause of fire was a result of an electrical short circuit.However, he said the MACC officer had made a police report on suspicions of the cause being arson.“We have commenced an investigation to determine if there was foul play. We rely on the department’s findings to ascertain criminal elements in a fire. In this case, although the findings show it’s a electrical fault that caused the fire, we will seek the assistance of the department again to re-examine the fire scene to determine if there are any signs of arson involved.” he told theSun when contacted. [...]
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Ogilvy names Piyush Pandey as Global Chief Creative Officer
Advertising veteran Piyush Pandey will be the new worldwide chief creative officer... The post Ogilvy names Piyush Pandey as Global Chief Creative Officer appeared first on Marketing Magazine Asia. [...]
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Immigration officer claims trial to two graft charges
An immigration enforcement officer was charged under Section 16(a)(B) and Section 17(a) of the Malaysian Anti Corruption Commission Act 2009. ― Picture by Marcus Pheong IPOH, Nov 21 ― A 32-year-old immigration enforcement officer claimed trial to two charges of soliciting and receiving RM3,000 in bribes from a man two years ago.Megat Khairil Anuar Sulaiman was accused of asking for the money from one Muhammad Zahir Zahiri on March 30, 2016 during a telephone conversation at about 1.55pm as inducement to resolve one case involving the arrest of two Indonesian workers.Khairil, who is attached with the Immigration Department here, was also alleged to have received RM3,000 from Zahir on the same day at about 5.10pm at the department's enforcement unit.He was charged under Section 16(a)(B) and Section 17(a) of the Malaysian Anti Corruption Commission Act 2009.It carries a jail sentence of up to 20 years’ jail or RM10,000 fine or both.MACC prosecuting officer R. Kumuthambal proposed a bail of RM20,000 with one surety.Khairil, who was unrepresented, appealed for this to be lowered as he was caring for his aged mother and a younger sibling who is still schooling.He also informed judge S. Indra Nehru that he was still in service and was drawing a monthly salary of RM2,400.“I also do not have any savings,” he said.Indra later fixed bail at RM10,000 with one surety and set Nov 30 for mention and for Khairil to appoint a lawyer. [...]
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Dentsu’s Isobar appoints Ronald Ng as Global Chief Creative Officer
Isobar has appointed Ronald Ng Executive Vice President and Global Chief Creative Officer.... The post Dentsu’s Isobar appoints Ronald Ng as Global Chief Creative Officer appeared first on Marketing Magazine Asia. [...]
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AirAsia X Berhad appoints new Group Chief Executive Officer
AirAsia X Berhad, Asia’s leading long-haul low-cost carrier,  has announced the re-designations... The post AirAsia X Berhad appoints new Group Chief Executive Officer appeared first on Marketing Magazine Asia. [...]
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Five men, including maritime officer, charged with robbery at sea
KUANTAN: Five men, including a Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency officer, have been charged with stealing one tonne of squids in a gang robbery at sea. [...]
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