The Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) has appointed Kamarudin Hashim as executive director of the market and corporate supervision business group.
Formerly leading the intermediary and fund supervision team, Kamarudin’s new role will entail institution supervision, corporate surveillance, market surveillance and risk analysis departments.
Kamarudin has been with the SC since 1993 with vast experience in various areas including derivatives, bonds, fund management, Islamic capital markets and supervision.
In a statement yesterday, the SC announced several key senior appointments, which includes the promotion of Salmah Bee Mohd Mydin, whohas been appointed as intermediary and fund supervision director.
Over the years at the SC, Salmah has taken different roles giving her considerable knowledge and exposure in regulatory matters including compliance, enforcement, licensing and supervision.
In addition, former Maybank head of operational excellence for global banking Tengku Zarina Tengku Chik joins the SC as director of corporate resources.
Tengku Zarina comes with more than 25 years of global banking experience both in corporate and international finance and has taken on several strategic transformation roles.
In her new role, Tengku Zarina will be in charge of finance, knowledge management and corporate services and will be involved in the SC’s ongoing work in capacity building and operational efficiency.
Source: The Star