Suria Capital Chairman Datuk Seri Panglima Dr Md Salleh Resigns

Suria Capital has announced that Datuk Seri Panglima Dr. Md Salleh who was appointed to the Board of Suria Capital Holdings Berhad (Suria) on 1 April 2021, representing Qhazanah Sabah Berhad has stepped down.

He resigned following his cessation of office at the government agency, Qhazanah is the majority shareholder of Suria with 45.40% shareholding. Dr Md Salleh is an active participant in public service starting in 1990 as Member in Sabah State Legislative Assembly for Usukan constituency for 16 years between 1990 to 2022.

Concurrently, he also served as a Member of Parliament Kota Belud. Throughout his career, he assumed critical roles where he was Sabah’s Chief Minister (1996-1998), State Minister of Local Government and Housing (2001-2004), and Federal Minister of Information and Communications (2015-2018). He had also held non-ministerial positions including Speaker for Sabah State Legislative Assembly and Senator for Dewan Negara.

Besides his previous roles as Chairman of QSB and Non-Executive Director for Suria, other corporate roles that he has held includes Chairman of the National Film Development Corporation Malaysia (FINAS). He was also involved in non-governmental organisations as Vice President of Malaysian Youth Council, President of SANYA, and President of United Sabah Bajau Organisation.

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