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Mr Farisan Moktar

(Chief Financial Officer)

Age 52 , Malaysian Male

Mr. Farisan Moktar was appointed as Chief Financial Officer of G3 Global Berhad on 29 January 2024.

He is a Chartered Certified Accountant by training and was admitted as a Fellow of the Chartered Association of Certified Accountants (ACCA) in 2005. Mr. Farisan is an alumnus of Alliance Manchester Business School, Manchester and a holder of a Master Degree in Business Administration from the University of Manchester, United Kingdom. Further to that, Mr. Farisan has under his belt a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Combines Studies with Accounting from De Montfort University, Leicester, United Kingdom as well as a Diploma in Accountancy from Institut Teknologi MARA (currently known as Universiti Teknologi MARA).

Prior to his current position, Mr. Farisan was the Acting Group Chief Executive Officer (“Acting Group CEO”) and Group Chief Financial Officer (“CFO”) of UiTM Holdings Sdn. Bhd. (“UHSB”), a wholly owned investment holding company of Universiti Teknologi MARA, the biggest public university in Malaysia. As the Acting Group CEO and Group CFO, Mr. Farisan was responsible for all corporate, operational, financial reporting, corporate finance, corporate strategy, corporate transformation, legal and corporate secretarial matters of eight (8) active companies involved in renewable power generation, healthcare, technology and creative sectors.

Mr. Farisan started his career in 1997 with Coopers & Lybrand (the predecessor firm of PricewaterhouseCoopers) where he spent some 5 years in the Audit and Business Assurance Division. There, he was exposed to the realm of business economic fundamental, auditing, taxation, internal controls, corporate finance and corporate advisory.

He further developed his expertise in corporate finance in 2002 when he joined the Group Corporate Finance and Advisory Division of DRB-HICOM Berhad, a Malaysian diversified group of companies listed on the Bursa Malaysia. In DRB-HICOM Berhad, Mr. Farisan was exposed to various corporate finance activities particularly debt restructuring, fund raising, merger and acquisition and investment appraisals exercises undertaken by the Group.

Mr. Farisan was later head-hunted in January 2007 and was appointed as the Vice President / Head of Finance of Bank Muamalat Malaysia Berhad, one of the pioneering Islamic banks in Malaysia. In Bank Muamalat Malaysia Berhad, Mr. Farisan developed his managerial and strategic management skills in leading the bank’s finance function and assist the Senior Management / Board of Directors in the strategic direction of the Bank.

Mr. Farisan was responsible for the management of the finance division as well as the operational efficiency and effectiveness of the Bank’s finance function ensuring timely, complete and accurate financial processing and reporting to the Board of Directors, the Central Bank and other stakeholders. Mr. Farisan left the bank in 2008 to pursue his career in higher management.

Mr. Farisan had a corporate stint in the Middle East during the economic boom of Dubai in 2008 and was holding the position of Financial Director of a niche investment holding company based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates with business exposure in construction, and financial advisory in various countries throughout South East Asia, Middle East, Central Asia, Europe and Africa.

Mr. Farisan’s skills and global knowledge in the financial sector made him the first choice candidate to be appointed as a pioneer in PEMANDU in early 2010 where he was appointed as an Associate Director at Performance Management and Delivery Unit (“PEMANDU”) in the Malaysian Prime Minister’s Department. PEMANDU was a unit set-up by the then Prime Minister himself to spearhead transformation in the Malaysian Government services to the people of Malaysia which was later known as Malaysia Government Transformation Programme (“GTP”) as well as the Malaysian Economic Transformation Programme (“ETP”) designed to catapult Malaysia to a high income nation by facilitating private sectors investment over 12 economic areas.

As one of the pioneer members of PEMANDU, Mr. Farisan was actively involved in the GTP which covers transformation work on Government policies and standard operation procedures. In the ETP, Farisan was involved from the very beginning from identifying the 12 National Key Economic Activities (“NKEA”), facilitating and managing the laboratory particularly the Financial Services in developing the key initiatives to be implemented by the Central Bank, Securities Commission, the Stock Exchange Authorities, the Ministry of Finance and other stakeholders including banks, insurance companies and other financial institutions.

Mr. Farisan was responsible in overseeing the implementation of initiatives under NKEA Financial Services covering the Equity Market, Bond Market, Developmental Financial Institutions, Payment EcoSystem, Insurance, Private Pension, Wealth Management, Assets Management, Creating Regional Champions and Islamic Finance.

Mr. Farisan was also involved in reviewing the Government Roles in Business in Malaysia and embarked in an exercise that will rationalize and change the landscape of Malaysia’s business where the Government through its various corporations will exit the business scene in a well-managed manner.

Due to Mr. Farisan’s contribution in PEMANDU especially in the Financial Services sector and Government Role in Business, Mr. Farisan was invited to join FGV Holdings Berhad in 2013 where he was appointed as the Senior Vice President for Group Development & Acquisition, reporting directly to the Group Chief Executive Officer. In the said post, Mr. Farisan was responsible for all the Group’s merger & acquisition exercises, corporate divestment, corporate strategy and fund raising exercises in line with the then Strategic Blueprint of FGV Holding Berhad.

Mr. Farisan was later involved in Group Finance activities covering the financial reporting, budgeting and forecasting, group cash flow management, taxation and fund raising exercises for the Group. Mr. Farisan left FGV in December 2017 to pursue his career in corporate advisory.

Since 2018, Mr. Farisan was appointed and retained by several Malaysian public listed companies as their independent corporate advisor. Mr. Farisan’s role was to provide a third party view on various corporate proposals including merger and acquisition, privatization proposals, corporate collaboration both local and cross border as well as review of financial projection for a water concession project in one of the State in Malaysia.

In late 2021, Mr. Farisan was identified and invited to join UHSB as the Group CFO and was eventually appointed as the Acting Group CEO for UHSB Group.

Mr. Farisan does not have family relationship with any Director and/or major shareholder of the Company and does not have any conflict of interest with the Company. He does not hold any directorship in any public companies or public listed companies. He has not been convicted of any offence within the past five (5) years other than traffic offence, if any, as well as any public sanction or penalty imposed by the relevant regulatory bodies during the financial year.

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