Bank Islam Announces The Retirement Of BIMB Investment Chairman

Bank Islam Malaysia Berhad announces the retirement of Mohamed Ridza Mohamed Abdulla from the Board, after 12 years he will also be stepping down from his chairman position with the Group’s subsidiary, BIMB Investment Sdn Bhd.

Mohamed Ridza joined Bank Islam as a Director in December 2010 before joining BIMB Investment as Chairman in October 2019. Throughout his service in the Group, Mohamed Ridza had served various roles within the Board, including as Chairman of the Board Information Technology Committee and Member of the Board Audit and Examination Committee, and Member of the Board Strategic and Sustainability Committee.

Tan Sri Dr. Ismail Hj. Bakar, Chairman of Bank Islam, said, “The Board, Management, and staff would like to record our deep appreciation to Mohamed Ridza for his commitment and contribution during his tenure. Over the past 12 years, his guidance helped the Group grow from strength to strength.

We wish him the best in his future endeavours.” “At the same time, throughout his chairmanship of BIMB Investment, the company continued to be recognised for its Shariah and ESG investing and most importantly, ensuring they deliver good, strong, and consistent returns,” he added.

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