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  • Army Camp Rocks! - The Story of MUDS UPNM 2010

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Army Camp Rocks! - The Story of MUDS UPNM 2010 28 June 2010 The morning was cloudy but it didn’t dampen the spirits of hundreds or so duathletes and first-timers to gather and prepare themselves for the first of the Malakoff University Duathlon Series (MUDS) at Universiti Pertahanan Nasional Malaysia (UPNM) on Saturday 24 July 2010. Some came as early at 7am for the race kit collection. This year’s t-shirt is green and aptly titled “Kaki Du-athlon”. Well, let’s see if my ‘kaki’ is fit enough for this duathlon series. After collecting my race kit, I was off to see if anybody from the office turned up for the race. The usual faces were there, including MD/CEO of Malakoff, En Ahmad Jauhari Yahya. Well done for taking the first step to be a duathlete that day by waking up and being at the starting line. UPNM trainees lined the route. Maybe their trainers forced them to be there to cheer us or maybe they did it at their own will. Whatever it was, they did a great job by cheering everyone, from the fast and furious front pacers to the slow pokes who were taking their own sweet time, with one thing on their mind, “Janji Habis”. The 3.9km running route was a mix of flat road and long incline, and runners were warned of uneven roads as there were constructions along the route. After a quick change of running to cycling shoes at the transition area, the duathletes pushed their bikes out of transition to the starting line of the cycling discipline. 13.8km of long climb and fast down hill, an opportunity for stronger cyclists to overtake the others on the bike and start the run slightly earlier than the rest. Unfortunately, one duathlete miscalculated a turn and crashed on the roadside. Luckily some supporters were quick to flee the scene or otherwise it would have been a nastier incident. The duathlete had some cuts and was lying on the grass, tended by the medics and was later taken away for further medical attention in an ambulance. We hope that he’ll be alright and have a speedy recovery. The good weather spell continued into the second run, resulting in some duathletes managed to finish the race in under an hour. The trainees from UPNM were once again seen lining the route and cheering the runners, even giving high-fives to the runners as a form of encouragement. This show of spirit by the trainees was rarely seen in any race in Malaysia as Malaysians are known to be less supportive, especially in staying on to cheer the last racers. Thank you to UPNM organizing committee for making this event memorable. Thank you to the volunteers who assisted and made sure things were in order. Thank you to the racers who participated and made the event a success! See you in MUDS UM, this Saturday, 31 July 2010!

  • Gotong-Royong At Sekolah Al-Ansar 2009

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Gotong-Royong At Sekolah Al-Ansar 2009 19 July 2009

  • Malakoff Wins MARIM Award 2018

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Malakoff Wins MARIM Award 2018 17 July 2018 Malakoff Corporation Berhad (Malakoff) won the Risk Management Team of the Year Award in conjunction with the Malaysian Association of Risk & Insurance Management (MARIM) Conference 2018 held on 18 July 2018 at Renaissance Hotel Kuala Lumpur. The conference, themed “GO BOLA! (Go Beyond, Go Original, Go agiLe, Go Ahead)” was officiated by Puan Jessica Chew, Deputy Governor of Bank Negara Malaysia. The award was presented by Datuk Ir. Lim Tong Kang, Chairman of MARIM to Yusop Abdul Rashid, Head of Corporate Affairs & Stakeholder Management Division, Malakoff. The other winners were FGV (1st runner-up) and UEM Edgenta (2nd runner-up). MARIM is a non-profit association dedicated to promoting and raising the awareness and standards of risk management in organisations in Malaysia. The award recognises the Risk Management Team in the risk management fraternity which demonstrates that it has gone the extra mile with measurable results in effectively implementing risk management practices. This award also sets the benchmark for the risk management professionals in the country. Malakoff won the award based on the following criteria: Presence of effective risk management governance and structure; Planning and effective implementation of innovative risk management activities and programmes; Promoting risk management culture within the organization through various trainings and awareness session; Executing a full 3-day terrorist attack drill at Tanjung Bin Power Plant Complex in collaboration with 35 government agencies.

  • Malakoff unveils Malakoff Utilities Sdn Bhd

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Malakoff unveils Malakoff Utilities Sdn Bhd 22 November 2012 Malakoff Corporation Berhad (Malakoff Corporation), Malaysia’s leading independent power producer today launched its wholly owned subsidiary, Malakoff Utilities Sdn Bhd (Malakoff Utilities) to reposition its electricity distribution and district cooling business as another core line of business. With its new identity and relocation to a new innovation hub, Malakoff Utilities, formerly known as Wirazone Sdn Bhd is expected to further expand its operations to support the rapid development in Kuala Lumpur Sentral (KL Sentral) by leveraging on Malakoff Corporation’s solid leadership within the power industry. Currently, Malakoff Utilities holds exclusive rights to distribute electricity and district cooling business within the KL Sentral development and transportation hub. Speaking at the event, Zainal Abidin Jalil, the Chief Executive Officer of Malakoff said, “I am excited to unveil the new brand identity of Malakoff Utilities today. The new corporate and visual identity reflects Malakoff Utilities as being truly an integral part of Malakoff Corporation. In addition to a new logo, Malakoff Utilities has relocated to a new site to project greater visibility to our customers.” “I would like to emphasize that the messages conveyed by the rebranding exercise go well beyond a mere upgrade of visuals. I hope it allows better customer experience. The new identity links Malakoff Utilities to Malakoff Corporation’s solid leadership within the industry,” he added. He anticipated that the rebranding will be positively welcomed by all stakeholders involved, and acknowledged the staff of Malakoff Utilities, customers and business partners for their dedication and contribution towards the Company’s success throughout the years. Malakoff Utilities recently signed a Chilled Water Supply Agreement with 348 Sentral Sdn Bhd, Excellent Bonanza Sdn Bhd and NU Sentral Sdn Bhd, the developers of mix development projects in KL Sentral. With this agreement, the Company is set to increase its current Centralized Chilled Water Plant’s capacity of 7,000 Refrigerant Ton (RT) to 17,000 RT to meet the growing development needs of KL Sentral. In addition, Malakoff Utilities provides the Thermal Energy Storage (TES) in its operations which enhances the Green Building Index for the buildings it services as TES is energy efficient in its delivery to end users. Malakoff Utilities has recorded over a decade of strong Operation and Maintenance (O&M) track record and has successfully met the needs of its customers. The Company is expected to create more value for its partners in the years to come with the new identity. Additionally, the Company will continue to seek optimal design strategies to further maximise operational efficiency.

  • Malakoff Assists Flash Flood Victim in Pontian, Johor

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Malakoff Assists Flash Flood Victim in Pontian, Johor 5 October 2021 On 6 October 2021, Malakoff Corporation Berhad (“Malakoff”) provided assistance to a flash flood victim in Kampung Perpat Timbul, Mukim Serkat in Pontian, Johor. The effects of the recent severe weather conditions had caused the home of Encik Abd Rahman Mustafa to be badly wrecked, consequently jeopardising the safety of Encik Abd Rahman and his family members. Upon hearing the news, the Tanjung Bin Power Plant (“TBPP”) Plant Manager, Encik Kopli Bin Yunus, took the initiative to visit and gauge the condition of the victim’s home himself to find out what necessities would be fitting to help ease the victim and his family’s situation. Boxes of basic food supplies were handed over to Encik Abd Rahman Mustafa along with a cash donation to help with the repair costs. “As the monsoon season is still on-going, we will be expecting extreme weather conditions such as this to hit hard in certain parts of the state. As an organisation that often works closely with the local communities, we can’t turn a blind eye when a misfortune befalls onto the community members. In fact, it is our responsibility to reach out to them and offer a helping hand in any way we can”, said Encik Kopli. Malakoff’s Corporate Social Responsibility (“CSR”) activities continue to be a cornerstone of its foundation for sustainable development, as we work closely with the local communities to ensure that their needs and well-being are taken care of.

  • Malakoff University Duathlon Series Gears Up For 800 Participants

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Malakoff University Duathlon Series Gears Up For 800 Participants 17 April 2012 Malakoff University Duathlon Series Gears Up For 800 Participants ~ Run-Bike-Run Tri-Series To Power Local Duathlete Community 18 April 2012, Kuala Lumpur – As part of its efforts to boost the local “Duathlete Community” and drum-up further interest in the sport, Malakoff Corporation Berhad (Malakoff) launched the Malakoff University Duathlon Series (MUDS) for the sixth time, targeting over 800 amateur and first-time participants in this exciting run-bike-run multi sport event. MUDS, an initiative under Malakoff’s flagship Corporate Social Responsibility platform, the Malakoff Community Partnerships, is a three-legged challenge that is scheduled to be held over consecutive weekends starting 12 May at Universiti Malaya (UM), followed by Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) on 19 May with the grand finale at Universiti Pertahanan Nasional Malaysia (UPNM) on 26 May. Speaking at the launch, Zainal Abidin Jalil, Chief Executive Officer of Malakoff said, “We are excited about the Malakoff University Duathlon Series as we believe it is a great platform for participants, especially the youth, to make the next step forward towards becoming a professional duathlete.” “In fact, we are proud to have witnessed some young budding athletes who first participated in MUDS, thereafter challenging themselves even further by joining international duathlon tournaments and displaying their top-quality performance,” he added. Since the inaugural MUDS in 2003 which attracted 321 participants, the Series has continued to gain momentum in Malaysia recording more than 620 athletes in 2011. Given the popularity of the event, a growing number of athletes from public and private are also taking up duathlons and joining MUDS to venture into multi-sport races. Keeping the race distance to manageable levels, the Series will kick-start the first leg at UM with a 3.5km Run - 11.4km Bike - 3.5km Run, followed by a 3km Run - 13km Bike - 3km Run at UPM in the weekend ahead. The Series will culminate at UPNM with a 3km Run - 13.8km Bike - 3km Run in the subsequent week. An avid duathlete since her university days, Nor Juliana Ali was clearly thrilled about the upcoming event and said, “I am a loyal follower of the Malakoff University Duathlon Series. I love the Series as it is a fun and friendly sport. Also, the race distance is just right - short enough for beginners, yet long enough for serious athletes to challenge their endurance and performance!” “The Malakoff University Duathlon Series is definitely going to be challenging. Nonetheless it is an exciting adventure that everyone should join! I personally cannot wait to urge all my friends to participate with me as well,” she added. The race is open in two categories, Individual and Relay. Under the Individual Category, it is divided to five sub-categories: Men’s University, Women’s University, Men’s Open, Women’s Open and Media. On the Relay front, it is open in two categories: Men’s Team Relay and Mixed Team Relay. Top five winners for the University and Open categories plus the top three winners for the Team Relay and Media categories will receive placing medals. Participants who finish within the stipulated time will also be given certificates. As an added incentive, trophies are also presented to the university with the highest participation in the three legs (Top University Trophy) and to the university with the best results throughout the series (Best University Trophy). Registration is currently open for all categories. The closing date for registration is 7 May, 14 May and 21 May 2012 for the first, second and third leg of the race respectively. For further details of the upcoming Malakoff University Duathlon Series, please visit http://www.duathlonseries.com.my/

  • Malakoff Energy Transition Conference 2023

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Malakoff Energy Transition Conference 2023 28 August 2023

  • Sumbangan Asnaf Parlimen Tanjung Piai 2018

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Sumbangan Asnaf Parlimen Tanjung Piai 2018 18 August 2018

  • Malakoff Anjur Ceramah Perdana Mukim Serkat Sempena Sambutan Maal Hijrah

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Malakoff Anjur Ceramah Perdana Mukim Serkat Sempena Sambutan Maal Hijrah 14 September 2019 Pada 15 September 2019 yang lepas, Malakoff Corporation Berhad (Malakoff) telah menganjurkan Ceramah Perdana Mukim Serkat bersempena sambutan Maal Hijrah 1441 bertempat di Pusat Internet Tanjung Piai, Pontian, Johor. Ceramah tersebut telah disampaikan oleh Mufti Negeri Johor, Datuk Haji Yahya bin Ahmad dan menghimpunkan hampir 500 muslimin muslimat sekitar Mukim Serkat. Turut hadir, Penghulu Mukim Serkat, Tuan Roslan Bokari, Ketua-ketua Kampung Mukim Serkat, termasuk Ketua Kampung Kawasan 1, En Abdul Hamid Ahmad, dan wakil pihak Malakoff. Ceramah Perdana yang bermula selepas solat Isya’ ini menyingkap dengan lebih mendalam mengenai maksud Hijrah. Datuk Yahya memulakan ceramah beliau dengan mengupas maksud di sebalik tanggal 12 Rabiul Awal. Selain daripada tarikh kelahiran Nabi Muhammad SAW pada 12 Rabiul Awal, beliau berkata, tarikh tersebut juga merupakan tarikh Nabi Muhammad SAW berhijrah dari Kota Mekah sampai ke Kota Madinah dan juga tarikh kewafatan Nabi Muhammad SAW. Maka tarikh ini adalah istimewa untuk umat Islam. Selain itu, beliau turut menjelaskan bahawa sebagai manusia, kita juga melalui fasa-fasa hijrah dalam kehidupan yang dibahagikan kepada 4 fasa iaitu Alam Roh, Alam Rahim, Alam Dunia dan Alam Barzakh. Tambah Datuk Yahya, manusia diberi peluang untuk menjalankan perintah Allah SWT sewaktu di dunia dan segala amalan akan dicatat dan dihisab di Alam Barzakh. Beliau mengingatkan hadirin bahawa hanya amalan yang soleh dan doa anak-anak yang berpegang teguh kepada ajaran Islam yang dapat menyelamatkan kita di sana. “Oleh itu, bimbinglah anak-anak kita untuk menjadi orang yang beriman dan beramal soleh.” Beliau mengakhiri ceramah dengan pesanan agar para hadirin terus berhijrah ke arah yang lebih positif dalam kehidupan seharian selagi berpeluang untuk melakukannya.

  • TBPSB Signs Coal Ash Offtake Agreement with G-Cast

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back TBPSB Signs Coal Ash Offtake Agreement with G-Cast 13 August 2018

  • Our Leadership | Malakoff Corporation Berhad | Kuala Lumpur

    Leading our nation towards a cleaner, brighter future. Board of Directors Senior Management Board of Directors Know More Tan Sri Datuk Dr. Ir. Ahmad Tajuddin Ali Independent Non-Executive Chairman Know More Datuk Ooi Teik Huat Non-Independent Non-Executive Director Know More Dr Norida Abdul Rahman Independent Non-Executive Director Know More Tan Sri Che Khalib bin Mohamad Noh Executive Vice Chairman Know More Dato’ Mohd Naim Daruwish Non-Independent Non-Executive Director Know More Datuk Prakash Chandran Madhu Sudanan Independent Non-Executive Director Know More Anwar Syahrin Abdul Ajib Managing Director & Group Chief Executive Officer Know More Datuk Rozimi bin Remeli Independent Non-Executive Director Know More Datuk Wira Roslan AB Rahman Independent Non-Executive Director MCB Board Committees BOARD AUDIT COMMITTEE Chairman Datuk Rozimi Remeli Independent Non-Executive Director Members Datuk Ooi Teik Huat Non-Independent Non-Executive Director Datuk Prakash Chandran Madhu Sudanan Independent Non-Executive Director Datuk Wira Roslan Ab Rahman Independent Non-Executive Director BOARD RISK AND INVESTMENT COMMITTEE Chairman Datuk Rozimi Remeli Independent Non-Executive Director Members Dato’ Mohd Naim Daruwish Non-Independent Non-Executive Director Datuk Prakash Chandran Madhu Sudanan Independent Non-Executive Director Datuk Wira Roslan Ab Rahman Independent Non-Executive Director BOARD NOMINATION & REMUNERATION COMMITTEE Chairman Tan Sri Datuk Dr. Ir. Ahmad Tajuddin Ali Independent Non-Executive Chairman Members Dr. Norida Abdul Rahman Independent Non-Executive Director Datuk Wira Roslan Ab Rahman Independent Non-Executive Director BOARD PROCUREMENT COMMITTEE Chairman Datuk Ooi Teik Huat Non-Independent Non-Executive Director Members Datuk Rozimi Remeli Independent Non-Executive Director Dato’ Mohd Naim Daruwish Non-Independent Non-Executive Director Dr. Norida Abdul Rahman Independent Non-Executive Director

  • Malakoff IPO Prospectus Launch

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Malakoff IPO Prospectus Launch 16 April 2015 KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia – 17 April 2015: Malakoff Corporation Berhad (“Malakoff” or “the Company”), the largest Independent Power Producer (“IPP”) in Malaysia and South East Asia by effective power generation capacity as at 20 March 2015, today launched its prospectus in conjunction with the Initial Public Offering (“IPO”) of the Company which will see it listed on the Main Market of Bursa Malaysia Securities Berhad (“Bursa Malaysia”). The IPO will see the sale of 1,521,740,000 existing and new ordinary shares at RM0.10 each, representing up to approximately 30.4% of the enlarged issue and paid up share capital of Malakoff. The amount comprises 521,740,000 existing shares and a public issue of 1,000,000,000 new shares ("issue shares"). The prospectus was launched by YB Senator Dato’ Sri Abdul Wahid Omar, Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department. He was joined at the launch by Tan Sri Dato' Wira Syed Abdul Jabbar Syed Hassan, Chairman of MMC Corporation Berhad (“MMC”), Dato' Sri Che Khalib Mohamad Noh, Group Managing Director of MMC, YAM Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Syed Anwar Jamalullail, Chairman of Malakoff, Dato' Sri Syed Faisal Albar, Chief Executive Officer of Malakoff, Habib Husin, Chief Operating Officer of Malakoff and Ruswati Othman, Chief Financial Officer / Senior Vice President, Group Finance & Accounts Division of Malakoff. “Malakoff has a proven track record of development, acquisition, and operation and maintenance in the power generation and water desalination industries. Our power generation assets have a balanced fuel mix of gas, coal, and multi-fuel, and we also have renewable energy in our portfolio. We are well-positioned to benefit from the continued growth in electricity and water demand in our target markets,” said Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Syed Anwar, Chairman of Malakoff. Malakoff is a multinational power and water company with a core focus on power generation and water desalination, as well as captive electricity distribution and district cooling. With its strong portfolio of international power and water assets, the Company’s IPO is expected to be one of the biggest in Malaysia and Asia this year. In Malaysia, Malakoff has a total of six operational plants and one that is currently under construction. Outside of Malaysia, the Company has four operational plants and one that is currently under construction in the Middle East and North Africa (“MENA”) region, and one operational wind farm in Australia. Its 2013 acquisition of a 50% stake in Macarthur Wind Farm in Australia marked its entry into the renewable energy business. “We have long-standing Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) that provide us with a stable and long-term cash flow, with a weighted average remaining PPA term of approximately 13 years, which is the longest among the operating IPPs in Malaysia. We believe that the clear earnings visibility from our long-term PPAs gives Malakoff a compelling investment story,” added Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Syed Anwar. In its prospectus, Malakoff disclosed its target dividend payout ratio of not less than 70.0% of the Company’s consolidated profit attributable to its equity holders under Malaysian Financial Reporting Standards (MFRS), beginning 1 January 2015. Malakoff currently has a total effective power generation capacity of 6,036 megawatts (MW) and effective water production capacity of 358,850 m3 as at 20 March 2015. The Company aims to increase its effective power generation capacity to 10,000 MW and expanding its effective water production capacity by approximately 150% by 2020 through domestic and international expansion. This includes exploring potential investments, acquisitions and collaboration with strategic partners in Malaysia and in high electricity and water-demand regions internationally. Malakoff anticipates that it will be able to capitalise on the increasing role of coal-fired power generation in Malaysia, driven by its lower cost relative to gas as fuel for power generation. The Company currently operates the first privately owned coal-fired power plant in Malaysia and is one of the largest privately owned coal-fired power plants in South East Asia, the Tanjung Bin Power Plant, with a generation capacity of 2,100 MW. This amount accounted for approximately 29.3% of Peninsular Malaysia's total installed coal-fired generation capacity as at 20 March 2015, according to Frost & Sullivan. Malakoff expects to add another 1,000 MW of coal-fired power generation capacity once construction of its Tanjung Bin Energy Power Plant is completed and the plant becomes fully operational. It is scheduled to commence commercial operations in March 2016, bringing its effective generation capacity to 7,036 MW. The company has secured cornerstone investors for its institutional offering, namely CIMB-Principal Asset Management Berhad; Corston-Smith Asset Management Sdn Bhd; Eastspring Investments Berhad; Great Eastern Life Assurance (Malaysia) Berhad; Hong Leong Asset Management Bhd; Kencana Capital Sdn Bhd; Lembaga Tabung Haji; Maybank Asset Management Sdn Bhd; Maybank Islamic Asset Management Sdn Bhd; Pertubuhan Keselamatan Sosial; RHB Asset Management Sdn Bhd; and UOB Asset Management (Malaysia) Berhad. Malakoff intends to utilise the IPO proceeds to fully redeem the RM1.8 billion Junior Sukuk Musharakah, The redemption of the Junior Sukuk will strengthen Malakoff’s balance sheet and create greater debt headroom. Maybank Investment Bank (“Maybank IB”), CIMB Investment Bank (“CIMB”), and RHB Investment Bank (“RHB”) act as the Joint Principal Advisers and the Joint Managing Underwriters for the listing exercise. Maybank IB and CIMB IB along with Credit Suisse AG (“Credit Suisse”), JPMorgan Securities Malaysia Sdn Bhd and J.P. Morgan Securities plc (collectively “J.P. Morgan”) are the Joint Global Coordinators. Collectively, the Joint Bookrunners are Maybank IB, CIMB, RHB, Credit Suisse, J.P. Morgan, Deutsche Bank AG (Hong Kong Branch), Merrill Lynch (Singapore) Pte Ltd, Morgan Stanley & Co. International plc, Nomura International (Hong Kong) Limited and The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited (Singapore Branch), Hong Leong Investment Bank as well as the Co-Lead Managers – Macquarie Capital and CLSA (Singapore) Pte Ltd.

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