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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.

  • Remembering the Less Fortunates - Majlis Berbuka 2009

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Remembering the Less Fortunates - Majlis Berbuka 2009 17 September 2009 Let’s thank God that the majlis berbuka puasa for all sites and KLHQ office were carried out successfully. True to the spirit of Ramadan - remembering the less fortunate one, the orphans, the old, the poor and single mothers celebrated and received early Eid ul Fitr cheers to brighten up their raya. In KLHQ, a free-and-easy berbuka event was held at the Muzium Kesenian Islam. The orphans from Pondok Penyayang Raudhah were the special guests for the day and each received a packet of duit raya. It was satisfying to be able to bring smiles to their faces in this blessed month of Ramadan. As they devoured the tasty Middle East spreads by the chefs of the museum's restaurant, clients and staff mingled and they were gathered to perform Magrib, Isyak and Terawih prayers together. In Lumut, the majlis berbuka puasa was held at Damai Laut Resort, where staff and their families took this opportunity to break their fasts together. Prior to breaking fast, some kids were seen putting their heads on the table, waiting anxiously for the food. It's good to see them starting their fasting habit while they are still young. In Prai, a simple yet cozy majlis berbuka puasa was held at Sunway Hotel, Seberang Jaya. The elderly from Wanita Islam Kubang Semang were the guest of honors. Staff of Prai Power Plant collected donations and distributed the collection to the elderly during the event. What a good example from the staff and hopefully this good deed will be continued in the future. Well done! In Tg Bin, tents were put up at the parking lot next to the admin building, to welcome special guests from Mukim Serkat. 179 single mothers and the poor received RM100 each while 73 orphans received RM50 each. These were the contributions from Tg Bin Power Plant and RPSB. The traditional Bugis food, burasak was the main attraction as many swarmed the burasak counter for the delicacy with rendang daging and asam pedas ikan merah as side dishes. Another majlis berbuka puasa this year - true to the giving spirit and to bring benefits to the occupants near the places where we operate, we will continue this event year in, year out, if God permits.

  • Malakoff Safeguards Pulau Mentinggi’s Marine Paradise

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Malakoff Safeguards Pulau Mentinggi’s Marine Paradise 25 July 2013 24 June 2013, Johor - Smoke. Indoors and outdoors, wherever we turned. The situation got worse by the minute. On board the night bus ride to Tanjung Leman jetty, we received news that the air pollution index in Johor had become hazardous. Oh please, let the air be much better on the island so that we can carry out our activities in peace. Sadly, that was not the case as the jetty was blanketed by the haze and the pungent smell of smoke. We boarded the passenger boat to Pulau Tinggi, which we called home for the next three days. Navigating the boat by sight was nearly impossible as the combination of haze and fog made the surroundings looked like a scene from The Swamp Thing. When we finally arrived at TAd Marine Resort, Pulau Tinggi, Johor, we were greeted by the emerald blue sea and white sandy beach. The scenery would have been perfect sans the haze. Oh well, might as well make the best of the condition and not dwell too much on the weather. We reap what we sow, and probably we deserved it due to the mistreatment that we made to Mother Nature. A simple ceremony was held at the ballroom of the resort, officially launched by Dr Sukarno Wagiman, Director General, Department of Marine Parks Malaysia (Jabatan Taman Laut). A friendly and witty man in person, Dr Sukarno is a dive master and is passionate about environment conservation and creating awareness on the importance of the marine ecosystem. The Malakoff Coral Rehabilitation Project was organized in close partnership with the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (NRE), the Department of Marine Parks Malaysia as well as the Department of Environment Malaysia. It was also a coincidence that Pulau Tinggi is one of the destinations for the turtles to lay their eggs. Speaking of the event, Zainal Abidin Jalil, CEO of Malakoff said, “Malakoff has always been committed to work with its stakeholders to support our nation’s biodiversity. In reasserting our effort to protect the coral reefs, the Malakoff Coral Rehabilitation Project forms part of our long-term commitment under the company’s flagship Corporate Social Responsibility platform – the Malakoff Community Partnerships.” “In addition, the concerted effort and sustained collaboration between Malakoff and its partners for the Project represents our effort to ensure that the marine ecosystem of our nation is protected and maintains the island’s attraction as a significant tourist destination,” he added. After a sumptuous lunch, while the experienced divers were given a task to collect coral nubbins from the existing coral reef in Pulau Mentinggi, just off of Pulau Tinggi, the rest of the participants were forced to work out some sweat by carrying out group activities on the beach. We were given a task to pick up loose pieces of metal frames from the boat jetty and carry them to be assembled on the beach. Once the metal frames were assembled, it took a shape of a large metal table, with 20 metal arms sticking out around the structure. In the actual activity that would take place the next day, 18 metal frames containing 320 units of fishbone-shaped artificial coral reefs made from ceramic materials called Enviro will be attached and tied to each arms of the metal tables. These metal tables act as coral nurseries where they will be submerged and coral nubbins will be tied to it to transform it into artificial coral reefs. Phew, that was some task to be carried out in the evening when all of us were already exhausted from the trip! Imagine having to do that in the sea! Day Two of the program started early in the morning, to take advantage of the calm sea. The divers were given a major task of carrying the metal frames and assembling them in the sea, the main purpose of the Malakoff Coral Rehabilitation 2013. A briefing on their upcoming task was done on the boat and they listened ardently to the instruction from the project manager. Subsequently, they jumped into the open sea one by one, with regulators in their mouths and oxygen tanks on their backs, ready to take on the challenge. The non-divers, such as moi, watched in awe and wished we could dive in the sea to assist the divers in the task at hand. Isn’t it cool to be able to tell your grandkids that once upon a time, their grandparents had participated in a noble and selfless cause to rehabilitate coral reefs when they were younger! Truly, the program touched the hearts of many that day. The sun-and-sea activities were interspersed with talks on marine ecosystem that really strike a chord in those that participated in the project. This was not just a project where they were able to dive or snorkel to see the jewels of the sea, but it was also to make them aware of the danger of human activities on the environment, especially on the coral reefs. With the sea making up 75% of the earth, it is also the largest source generating oxygen. Any damages made towards the marine ecosystem, especially the coral reefs, will affect the various organisms that depended on the sea to live. The effects of damages done by humans on land, e.g. deforestation, rampant development, irresponsible waste disposal, also trickled to the sea. But that’s another story for another day. Although our effort is like a drop in the ocean, we can take pride in knowing that our small contribution has made a difference to the environment. Before we left Pulau Tinggi for home on the last day, we were told that some sea turtle hatchlings had hatched from their nest that morning. We were given the honour of releasing the hatchlings to the sea as our final agenda in the program. It was a first time for most of us and everyone were laughing and goofing around with the hatchlings, holding and taking pictures with them. However, it was a poignant moment at the edges of the water as we put the hatchlings on the sand and let them scuttle towards the crashing waves, into the open sea. Deep in our hearts, we knew that the chances of the fragile creatures to reach its adulthood are slim and not many will return to the shores of Pulau Tinggi to lay its eggs. Hats off to all the volunteers, from the project team to the participants, for their dedication and perseverance in making sure that the objectives of this program were achieved and knowing that we were a part of a good deed in aid of Mother Nature.

  • YB Minister Of KeTTHA Visit To LPP 2009

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back YB Minister Of KeTTHA Visit To LPP 2009 13 August 2009

  • Solat Hajat & Doa Selamat TBEPP 2019

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Solat Hajat & Doa Selamat TBEPP 2019 28 February 2019

  • Fishing with Energy Commission 2018

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Fishing with Energy Commission 2018 31 July 2018

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