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Friday, 17 November 2017

IFR Malaysian Capital Markets 2010: Participants

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Ai Chin Tan, OCBC Bank (Malaysia)

Ai Chin Tan is head of investment banking at OCBC Bank (Malaysia). Prior to her current position, she was head of debt origination at RBS Bank Malaysia (formerly ABN AMRO), in charge of both local and foreign currency debt raising and financial advisory services. She was also previously general manager and head of the capital markets and structured finance division in the investment banking arm of Maybank Group. She has accumulated almost 20 years of experience in a wide array of investment banking activities.

Thomas Meow, CIMB

Thomas Meow is head of debt markets and derivatives at CIMB. He joined the bank in 1997 as head of structured products. Meow has 14 years of experience in financial markets including debt, derivatives and forex markets. He is also the CEO of CIMB Discount House. Prior to joining CIMB, he was head of structured derivatives at another large banking group.

Yeoh Teik Leng, Standard Chartered Bank

Yeoh Teik Leng is head of capital markets Malaysia at Standard Chartered Bank and is responsible for the origination and execution of all capital market products by Malaysian issuers including debt and equity-related capital market instruments, derivatives origination and loan syndications.

Before Standard Chartered, he was the head of DCM at RBS Malaysia. He has over 15 years in the capital markets and in addition to his time in RBS, has also been with Dresdner Kleinwort Benson working on regional transactions.

Maimoonah Binti Mohamed Hussain, Affin Investment Bank

Maimoonah Hussain is managing director of Affin Investment Bank and was appointed to the board of Affin Fund Management as a non-independent director in August 2007. Prior to her current position, she was director, DCM, at Affin Bank. Before that, she had been the head of syndications at Standard Chartered Bank in Singapore responsible for developing the bank’s debt syndications business for Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines. She was also seconded to Standard Chartered Bank Malaysia for three years to develop the local as well as cross border debt business. She has also worked at Morgan Grenfell (Asia), involved in structured finance and project advisory across South East Asian markets.

Abdul Farid Alias, Maybank

Abdul Farid was appointed deputy president and head of global wholesale banking of Maybank Group on July 1 2010. His areas of responsibility cover corporate banking, investment banking, transaction banking, client coverage, global markets and international business. He joined Maybank as head of international on January 1 2009. He is a member of the board of Maybank Philippines and Maybank (PNG), and he sits on the boards of MCB Bank and An Binh Bank, associated companies of Maybank in Pakistan and Vietnam respectively.

Over the course of his career, he has worked for Aseambankers Malaysia, Malaysia International Merchant bankers, Schroders and Jardine Fleming. He worked in the investment banking division of JP Morgan from 1997 until 20205, serving in Kala Lumpur and Singapore. He joined Khazanah Nasional in 2005. He was a member of the board of commissioners of PT Bank Lippo and PT Excelcomindo Pratama, both of which are listed on Indonesia Stock Exchange. He was also a member of the board of UEM World, PLUS Expressways and UEM Builders.

Angus Salim Amran, Cagamas

Angus Salim Amran is vice president and head of treasury and capital markets at Cagamas. He joined the company in in 2006. Prior to joining Cagamas, he was head of trading and investment at Affin Investment Bank. He has held senior positions in investment banks in London and Singapore. He was vice president at Nomura International in Singapore responsible for the distribution of fixed income and structured products into the region, and head of securities sales Southeast Asia (SEA) for Bank of America Singapore.

At Cagamas, he has set up the largest conventional and Islamic CP and MTN programme in South-East Asia and has played a pivotal role in promoting Islamic finance in the Malaysian capital markets. He has been responsible for the issuance of bonds based on the principle of Commodity Murabahah and Musyarakah.

Promod Dass, RAM Rating Services

Promod Dass leads the financial institution ratings team at RAM Rating. His exposure includes coverage of financial institutions in Malaysia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, South Korea, Japan, UAE and Kuwait. He has played a crucial role in the inception of RAM Ratings (Lanka). Prior to joining RAM Ratings in 2000, he was involved in credit, capital markets and corporate finance assignments with a merchant bank from 1995.

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