Amir Nashrin Johari Made A Member Of  CI Holdings, KUB Board

Amir Nashrin Johari has been appointed as an executive director of CI Holdings Bhd, and a non-independent and non-executive director of KUB Malaysia Bhd, effective from March 6.

Amir Nashrin, 30, is the son of Plantation and Commodities Minister Datuk Seri Johari Abdul Ghani.

Amir Nashrin, or commonly known as Nash, is a director of JAG Capital Holdings Sdn Bhd, which owns a 32.96 per cent in CI Holdings and 33.28 per cent in KUB, according to bourse filings by the two listed companies.

He also sits on several other companies, including Central Cables Bhd, Continental Resources Sdn Bhd and Palmtop Vegeoil Products Sdn Bhd.

Amir Nashrin has worked in financial assurance departments of EY Malaysia and KPMG Malaysia, between 2014 to 2017, where he was involved in the provision of external financial audit for a diverse range of industries including a large national non-profit organisation, trading enterprises, manufacturing, hospitality, banking and real estate management companies.

During his time at KPMG, he had also worked as a management consultant under KPMG’s Strategy & Operations advisory division.

In this capacity, he participated in a variety of engagements, encompassing economic planning, policy review, assessments of corporate governance, as well as reviews of financial and commercial strategies for both public and private sector clients.

He joined the Company as a Manager on 1 December 2017. Currently, he serves as a director of Continental Resources Sdn Bhd and Palmtop Vegeoil Products Sdn Bhd, both are subsidiaries of the Company.

Subsequently, he was redesignated as General Manager of the Company on 3 January 2023. He has spent the past nine (9) years in various management and executive roles in different industries and companies, including audit and management consulting, various technology-based startups, private investment companies, and a public cable manufacturing company in Melaka.

His roles covered corporate finance, strategy management, asset management, credit control, business development, accounting, treasury, and information systems. In his personal capacity, Amir Nashrin was also involved with various non-profit movements and organisations such as a special needs care centre, a refugee care centre, a digital nonprofit directory, community gardens and youth development programmes.

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