ICC Apoints Rejina Rahim As New Adviser

The Institutional Investors Council Malaysia (IIC) has appointed Rejina Rahim (pic) as its new Advisor with effect from 3 April. Rejina takes over the role following the demise of Lya Rahman in late December last year. 

Rejina will continue the good work done by the late Lya in guiding IIC to be advocacy of corporate governance and shareholder activism matters.  

Rejina has over 25 years of experience in the Malaysian capital markets, majority of which was spent in the investment management industry. She has been actively involved in improving the professional standards of the funds management and capital markets in Malaysia.  

Chaired by Rohaya Mohammad Yusof, the Chief Investment Officer of Employees Provident Fund (EPF), IIC was formed as an investor-led organisation to represent the common interests of institutional investors in Malaysia, and to be the influential voice in ensuring the level of governance of Malaysian corporates are benchmarked against the highest possible standards as encapsulated in the Corporate Governance Blueprint 2011 and the Malaysian Code for Institutional Investors 2022. 

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