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  • Adam Saffian Ghazali

    Leading our nation towards a cleaner, brighter future. Back Adam Saffian Ghazali Chief Executive Officer - Alam Flora Sdn. Bhd. Encik Adam Saffian Ghazali presently holds the position of Chief Executive Officer at Alam Flora Sdn Bhd (AFSB), appointed by the company's Board of Directors on 15 March 2024. As a Fellow of the Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (FCA, ANZ) and a member of the Chartered Accountants of the Malaysian Institute of Accountants (CA), Adam brings extensive experience to his role. Prior to his current position, he served as the Chief Executive Officer of Aliran Ihsan Resources Berhad (AIRB) and before that, as the General Manager for Special Projects of MMC Corporation Berhad. Adding to his over 20 years’ illustrious career include, as the Chief Finance Officer of Pengurusan Aset Air Berhad (PAAB). Additionally, he held a seat on the Board of Directors at Indah Water Consortium and currently serves as the Vice President of The Malaysian Water Association (MWA). With a wealth of experience in public utilities, Adam's leadership at the helm of the nation's leading waste management company underscores Alam Flora's commitment to advancing the global agenda on Sustainable Development Goals at set by the United Nations (SDG17). His focus on waste diversion and the promotion of a circular economy, further strengthens Alam Flora's pivotal role in the waste management industry of the country.

  • Senior Management | Malakoff Corporation Berhad | Kuala Lumpur

    Leading our nation towards a cleaner, brighter future. Board of Directors Senior Management Senior Management Management Committee Know more Anwar Syahrin Abdul Ajib Managing Director & Group Chief Executive Officer Know more Raja Iskandar Raja Mukhtaruddin Chief People Officer Know more Mohd Kopli Bin Yunus Senior Vice President, Local Generation Division Know more Clive Anthony Smith Chief Operating Officer (Power) Know more Adam Saffian Ghazali Chief Executive Officer - Alam Flora Sdn. Bhd. Know more Mohd Nazersham Mansor Chief Financial Officer Know more Vincent Yap Leng Khim Senior Vice President, Corporate Services & Integrity Division Ex Officio Know more Subrina Thiagarajah Head, Operations & Project Management Services Department Know more Saravanan Desigamanie Head, Sustainability, Research & Investor Relations Department Know more Shajaratuddur Ibrahim Head, Business Development (Domestic) Department Know more Adi Faimi Mohamed Haneef Head, Risk, Process Improvement & Integrity Department Know more Suriati Mohammad Mokhtar Head of Group Communications & Branding Know more Khairul Falah Zaharin Head, Strategy Department Group Internal Audit Know More Mohd Hadi Mohamed Anuar Chief Internal Auditor

  • Media Clippings | Malakoff Corporation Berhad | Kuala Lumpur

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community. Media Clippings Get latest updates and news on Malakoff and the communities where we operate. News Media Clippings Press Releases Select year 29 April 2024 Malakoff lebar sayap perniagaan segmen baharu - Utusan Sarawak (Pg 33) Download 8 April 2024 Malakoff empowers communities alleviates hardships - The Malaysian Reserve (Pg 7) Download 4 March 2024 Malakoff wins Gold’ at anti-corruption awards - The Malaysian Reserve (Pg 5) Download 23 April 2024 Malakoff predicted to return to profitability in 1 Q - The Star (Pg 7) Download 20 March 2024 Unlock a brighter future and empower your sustainable journey - News Strait Times (Pg 3) Download 2 March 2024 Malakoff wins gold award - New Straits Times (Pg 9) Download 17 April 2024 Malakoff illuminates beyond power - The Sun (Pg 3) Download 18 March 2024 Malakoff champions community empowerment with educational support - The Malaysian Reserve (Pg 5) Download 2 March 2024 Malakoff raih Anugerah Emas di AIGA 2023 - Kosmo (Pg 6) Download 1 2 3 ... 204 1 ... 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 ... 204

  • Vincent Yap Leng Khim

    Leading our nation towards a cleaner, brighter future. Back Vincent Yap Leng Khim Senior Vice President, Corporate Services & Integrity Division He has approximately 10 years of experience in the legal profession and 11 years of in-house legal experience in the energy, banking, engineering and construction industries. Vincent Yap Leng Khim, male, a Malaysian, graduated from the University of Nottingham, United Kingdom, with a Bachelor of Laws (Hons.) in 1996. He was called to the Bar of England and Wales and admitted as a Barrister by Lincoln’s Inn, London in 1997. He was subsequently called to the Malaysian Bar and admitted as an Advocate & Solicitor of the High Court of Malaya in 1998. He joined the Company as the Senior Vice President, Corporate Services Division on 1 December 2017. Prior to joining Malakoff, he worked at Zelan Berhad for 8 years, in the capacity as Head of Legal for 2 years and then as Director of Corporate Services for 6 years. While in the legal profession, he was a Partner at Albar & Partners, Advocates & Solicitors, where he focused on mergers and acquisitions, restructurings, initial public offerings, corporate banking, debt capital markets, structured finance and asset backed securitisation. He had previously served as a Legal Counsel at OCBC Bank (Malaysia) Berhad, handling mainly corporate and investment banking portfolios.

  • Mohd Kopli Bin Yunus

    Leading our nation towards a cleaner, brighter future. Back Mohd Kopli Bin Yunus Senior Vice President, Local Generation Division Mohd Kopli began his career at MCB in 1995 as an Instrumentation Technician within the Maintenance Department and later transitioned to the Production Department. Over time, he progressed through various roles within the Production Department, including Shift Supervisor, Head of Shift, Operation & Maintenance (O&M) Specialist, Head of Production, and ultimately achieving the position of Plant Manager at Tanjung Bin Power Plant (TBPP) from July 2018 until March 2023. His last position was as Head of O&M and Commercial, which he held from April 2023 until March 2024, before assuming his current role as Senior Vice President, Local Generation Division. Mohd Kopli graduated from the University Technology of Malaysia with a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering and also possesses a competency certificate as a Steam Engineer Grade 1.

  • Raja Iskandar Raja Mukhtaruddin

    Leading our nation towards a cleaner, brighter future. Back Raja Iskandar Raja Mukhtaruddin Chief People Officer Raja Iskandar, a Malaysian, holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (Management) from California State University, Sacramento, United States of America. He completed the Management Development Programme from the Asian Institute of Management in Manila, the Philippines in 2009. Raja Iskandar joined the Company as the Head of Human Capital Division on 1 February 2021. He started his career with Mobil Oil Corporation in 1988 as a sales representative under its graduate scheme programme. He later joined Malaysia Tourism Promotion Board from December 1989 until May 1995 as an Assistant Director based in Kuala Lumpur and later at its regional office in London, United Kingdom where he was responsible for marketing Malaysia as a tourist destination in the United Kingdom, Ireland and Scandinavia. Raja Iskandar left MTPB to pursue a new career in Gas Malaysia as an Assistant Manager, Residential & Commercial Sales in August 1997, and later served in various capacities within the company’s marketing function, including as Industrial Sales Manager where he successfully opened the northern peninsular natural gas distribution market. In 2007, he was promoted to lead the Human Resource (“HR”) function where in 2008 and 2011, he conducted remuneration benchmarking and job evaluation exercises respectively that led to jobs being internally equitable and externally at par. He was further promoted in 2013 as General Manager, Human Resource and Administration where he later reorganised the company’s structure as the company prepared to enter the market liberalisation era. Subsequently in 2020, he was made Director of Human Resource and Administration, during the Government’s eventual push for the liberalisation of Malaysia’s natural gas industry which led to the implementation of the Third-Party Access regime. He was again tasked with the reorganisation of Gas Malaysia Berhad’s structure which, upon approval from the Energy Commission (“EC”), led to the successful formation of Gas Malaysia Distribution Sdn. Bhd. and Gas Malaysia Energy and Services Sdn. Bhd.. The work included the re-deployment of over 500 employees into various companies within Gas Malaysia Group. Raja Iskandar continues to work closely with the HR fraternities both within the MMC Group as well as externally, leveraging on the Group’s common interest in Talent Management and Succession Planning as well as other HR initiatives. Raja Iskandar is currently a Fellow at the Malaysian Institute of Management and has also been appointed as the External Advisory Member at Sunway University’s Business School. He was previously appointed by the Minister of Human Resources as a Panel Member of the Malaysian Industrial Court from 2013 until 2015.

  • Anwar Syahrin Abdul Ajib

    Leading our nation towards a cleaner, brighter future. Back Anwar Syahrin Abdul Ajib Managing Director & Group Chief Executive Officer Anwar currently sits on the Board of Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) and is the Chairman of the Rector Selection Committee of UiTM. Anwar Syahrin Abdul Ajib, male, Malaysian, joined the Company as the Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer (“MD/CEO”) on 1 December 2020. Prior to joining Malakoff, Anwar was the MD/CEO of UEM Sunrise Berhad from 1 September 2014 until 30 October 2020. Anwar was awarded the Outstanding Property CEO of the Year by The Edge Malaysia in 2018. Other than being the MD/CEO of Malakoff, Anwar also sits on the Board of Alam Flora Sdn. Bhd., Malakoff Power Berhad and several other subsidiaries and associate companies under the Malakoff Group. He is the Chairman of Muscat City Desalination Company S.A.O.G., an associate company of Malakoff which is listed on the Muscat Stock Exchange. Anwar started his career with Shell Malaysia Trading Sdn. Bhd. in 1996 as an executive in Fleet Distribution where he gained considerable experience in transport and logistics. Subsequent thereto, he assumed a position of Senior Associate (Assurance and Business Advisory) in Arthur Andersen Manchester, United Kingdom from 1998 to 2001. He then joined Arthur Andersen/Ernst & Young Kuala Lumpur as Senior Associate/Chartered Accountant (Assurance and Business Advisory) in 2002. Anwar Syahrin left the practice to become the Managing Director/Consultant of Business Associates Consulting Sdn. Bhd. providing strategy and management consulting services from December 2002 to March 2006. In April 2006, Anwar was appointed as the Chief Financial Officer (“CFO”) of Pelabuhan Tanjung Pelepas Sdn. Bhd. until May 2008 before his appointment as Director, Finance/Group CFO of MMC Corporation Berhad (“MMC”) in June 2008. He had also assumed the position of Group Head, Ports and Logistics Division of MMC from January to August 2014. Anwar obtained his Master in Business Administration (MBA) from University of Salford, United Kingdom and a Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng) in Mechanical Engineering from Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, London, United Kingdom. He is a Fellow Chartered Accountant of the Institute of Chartered Accountants England and Wales, United Kingdom (FCA, ICAEW) and a Member of the Malaysian Institute of Accountants. He had also attended the Leadership at the Peak Program held at Arosa, Switzerland organised by the Center for Creative Leadership which is headquartered in Greensboro, North Carolina, US and the CFO Senior Leadership Executive Education Program at The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, US. Anwar has been appointed as Managing Director & Group Executive Officer on 1 December 2023.

  • A Different Kind of Sacrifice – Majlis Korban at Prai Power

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back A Different Kind of Sacrifice – Majlis Korban at Prai Power 21 December 2008 I went to Prai Power Plant for the Korban event to fulfill an invitation from Ismail. Little did I know that the visit would leave with more than a bag of daging korban to bring back home. Ismail and I arrived early at the slaughter site. Not long after that, a small lorry carrying 4 cows arrived and a group of men who were from Pemulihan Dalam Komuniti (PDK) Seberang Jaya and the nearby residential area already gathered at the site with ropes and knives, looking like pro. The execution was also fast, by 8.30am, 3 cows were slaughtered and the lorry carried away the 4th cow, which was meant for the local police station. Being my first time ever witnessing such ceremony, I hesitated at first and only watched from afar, scared that the cow would break loose and give us a chase. But after looking at the first slaughter without any nauseating feeling when the blood from the jugular gushed out like water from a broken pipe, I moved closer for the second and third slaughters. The locals worked like a team and each of them took to their tasks like duck to water. Some chopped the ribs, some cut the meat into small pieces to be distributed in plastic bags, some cleaned the colon in the nearby river.. everything was done skillfully and swiftly that I almost thought that all of them have worked in abattoir before! The loud chatters of the locals drew me to an interesting conversation. Pak Latif, one of PDK Seberang Jaya’s committee members had only praises for Prai Power plant. Unashamed of deliberately eavesdropping on their chats, Pak Latif was heard as saying that Prai Power had made an enormous contribution for the PDK in Seberang Jaya, Perai and Juru. “Prai Power has done a lot for the local community. They supported us by donating us money for PDK Seberang Jaya’s building which is still under construction. Already in there is RM40,000 from Prai Power alone. There were pledges made from Jabatan Kebajikan Masyarakat but until now we haven’t seen the money yet.” I later asked him, what made him and the others eager to help Prai Power with their activities, such as executing this korban. And I almost scolded myself for asking such question to this humble man when his mouth quivered as he tried his best to stifle his tears, which forced me to look away, as if giving him a moment alone to calm himself and gather his thoughts to answer my question. “Prai Power has done a lot for us, a lot. And we are ever grateful for their help. With the money they donated, we are able to provide a better and bigger place for the kids to learn.” “We will be able to house more children and teachers as the building will have 6 rooms for them to learn and play. Right now, we are operating from a temporary building owned by the Rukun Tetangga. The center has around 30 underprivileged children and it’s over-crowded as it is.” “By helping Prai Power in any way that we can is a way for us to say thank you to them for all that they have given us over the years since they operated in Penang.” We went to the building to see its progress. Pak Latif patted on a pillar and said, “This is standing with the money from Prai Power. Prai Power made this happen.” Just outside the makeshift PDK center not too far away, the local ‘chefs’ were busy preparing lunch. On the menu was nasi daging, accompanied by daging bakar with air asam, sup tulang and kari daging. Stepping into the PDK center, the walls were filled with teaching materials and drawings made by the kids. Cikgu Hani, one of the 3 teachers at the center welcomed me and made me feel at home. Looking at the 7×10 meter square room that they called their center, I asked her how they coped with the children all cramped in the small space. She admitted that it was difficult as the center has 30 kids and the kids with special needs were doubly difficult to handle as they demanded extra attention. During the day, she said, the parents will send their ‘special’ children to the center where they will be taught the basic living skills such as eating and talking, in addition to reading and writing. Teaching special children required a lot of patience and dedication from the teachers and parents also must be willing to continue with the teaching when they are with the children at home. Cikgu Hani (in yellow) with one of the parents at the PDK center Hence once the PDK building is completed, it will provide a more spacious and comfortable place for the kids to play and learn and a better environment for them to grow. The children did not ask to be born in that condition. Every parent obviously wants the best for their children, regardless of their capability or incapability. And every child is a gift from God and it’s the parents’ responsibility to care for them and love them for as long as they lived. The least that we can do to help ease their burden and help them move along in life is through the donations made through Prai Power for the construction of the building and other day-to-day necessities. I would like to thank En Shokri Daud, Haji Anuar Lazim, Ismail and the staff of Prai Power for this eye-opening trip that brought new meaning to the word ‘korban’ or ‘sacrifice’ and here’s hoping that we would continue this culture of giving as we undertake our corporate social responsibility to the stakeholders of Malakoff.

  • Malakoff Gives Back To Communities By Hosting Iftar

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Malakoff Gives Back To Communities By Hosting Iftar 10 June 2018 Between 2-9 June 2018, Malakoff, in conjunction with the holy month of Ramadhan, sponsored a series of Iftar at mosques located in areas where it operates. Malakoff also took this opportunity to hand over zakat to the Asnaf, in time before the Hari Raya Aidilfitri celebration. The Iftar were held at Masjid Al-Hilal (Kampung Gelugor, Gambang, Pahang), Masjid Kampung Tok Muda (Kapar, Selangor), Masjid Khairul Jariah (Segari, Perak), Masjid Al Amin Sungai Dinar (Mukim Serkat, Pontian, Johor), Masjid Padang Lallang (Bukit Mertajam, Penang), and Masjid Kampung Paya (Lukut, Negeri Sembilan) where zakat was also handed over to 249 recipients in Mukim Serkat, Segari and Lukut. Tanjung Bin Power Plant Manager, Hairol Azizi Tajudin was thankful that once again Malakoff was able to distribute zakat to the Asnaf in the local communities, especially during this holy month of Ramadhan. Typically, before the breaking of fast, zakat was handed over to the Asnaf followed by a short tahlil that was led by the mosques’ respective Imams. Later in the evening, the congregation performed their Maghrib, Isya’ and Tarawikh prayers.

  • Sustainability Statement 2016

    Enhancing the quality of life and empowering the communities where we operate Back Sustainability Statement 2016 Malakoff Annual Report 2016 - Sustainability Statement OUR COMMITMENT TO CREATING SUSTAINABLE VALUE Malakoff Corporation Berhad (“Malakoff” or “the Group”) has grown progressively over the years and is today a leading regional independent power and water producer with operations in Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Algeria, Oman and Australia. As we set about our daily business of helping shape economies, society and businesses through our diverse offerings, we acknowledge the need to create long-term shared value for our stakeholders and to secure the future of the Group. In line with this, we are committed to upholding responsible management and sustainable development on the Economic, Environmental and Social fronts. Today, the businesses within Malakoff continue to work together, leveraging on common synergies and resources to integrate business sustainability into their respective organisations. By embedding sustainable progress throughout the Group, we are providing the momentum for our businesses to strengthen their operational efficiencies and deliver long-term growth. For the full Sustainability Statement as published in the Malakoff Annual Report 2016, kindly follow the button below: Document Malakoff Annual Report 2016 - Sustainability Statement

  • Tender Notice | Malakoff Corporation Berhad | Kuala Lumpur

    Pre-Qualification Notice Tender Notice content Tender Notice Tender No. Tender Title Closing Date Details Download 1 2 3 ... 100 1 ... 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 ... 100

  • Kakitangan Port Dickson Power Berhad berganding bahu menaik taraf Makmal Komputer SK Port Dickson

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Kakitangan Port Dickson Power Berhad berganding bahu menaik taraf Makmal Komputer SK Port Dickson 19 August 2015 Pada 20 Ogos 2015, Port Dickson Power Berhad (PDP), loji janakuasa milik sepenuhnya Malakoff Corporation Berhad (Malakoff) telah dijemput ke “Majlis Perasmian Makmal Komputer SK Port Dickson” sebagai tanda penghargaan di atas usaha warga kerja PDP dalam melaksanakan program “Tanggungjawab Sosial Korporat” (CSR) di sekolah tersebut. Majlis perasmian tersebut dimulakan dengan ucapan alu-aluan oleh Puan Maimunah binti Samek, Guru Besar SK Port Dickson. “Kami berbesar hati dan terharu apabila pihak Port Dickson Power sudi menaja dan mengerah tenaga untuk merealisasikan impian anak murid sekolah cluster ini. Hasrat mereka untuk memiliki sebuah makmal komputer yang lebih baik telah tercapai,” ujar beliau. Encik Nordin bin Kassim, Naib Presiden Kanan Bahagian Operasi dan Penyelenggaraan Malakoff Power Berhad telah merasmikan majlis tersebut yang disaksikan oleh Puan Maimunah, wakil Pegawai Pendidikan Daerah Port Dickson, guru dan murid SK Port Dickson. Dalam program CSR ini, seramai 20 orang warga kerja Malakoff telah secara sukarela membantu membaik pulih makmal komputer di sekolah tersebut. Antara kerja-kerja yang dilakukan adalah servis hawa dingin, mengecat dinding dan membuat pendawaian semula. Kesemua kerja ini telah berjaya dilaksanakan dalam masa 3 hari, bermula 3 hingga 5 Ogos 2015. En. Sankar MK. Samy, Pengurus Loji Janakuasa Port Dickson berkata beliau gembira dengan hasil baik pulih makmal komputer tersebut. “Saya bangga dengan komitmen dan kemampuan yang ditonjolkan oleh kakitangan saya untuk kerja amal ini. Hasil kerja amal ini dapat membantu mewujudkan makmal komputer yang lebih kondusif untuk proses pembelajaran anak murid di sekolah tersebut.” PDP telah menaja sebanyak RM5,000 untuk kos naik-taraf makmal komputer SK Port Dickson untuk program CSR kali ini.

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