New MEGB shareholders' big plans to improve Masterskill's fortunes


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  • Monday, 19 Jan 2015

SMRT chief executive officer Datuk R. Palan(above,filepic) may include joint marketing efforts to boost student enrollment at the two institutions now under the group

PETALING JAYA: Education provider SMRT Holdings Bhd and private equity firm Creador have given themselves a one-year timeframe to turn around Masterskill Education Group Bhd’s (MEGB) Asia Metropolitan University (AMU).

The new substantial shareholders of MEGB will bank on SMRT’s experience and success in reviving Cyberjaya University College of Medical Sciences (CUCMS). SMRT chief executive officer Datuk R. Palan may include joint marketing efforts to boost student enrollment at the two institutions now under the group’s control.

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