Mohanachandran new group CEO of MK Land

File pic of K. Mohanachandran a/l K.R. Kunjan

KUALA LUMPUR: EMKAY Group's former chief operating officer K. Mohanachandran a/l K.R. Kunjan has has been appointed the new group chief executive officer (CEO) of MK Land Holdings Bhd.

It said on Friday his appointment of the property company takes effect on Feb 1. MK Land is an associate company of EMKAY Group.

Mohan, 56, takes over from Lau Shu Chuan who has relinquished his post at MK Land.

In the statement, MK Land said Mohan has an honours degree in civil engineering from University Malaya. 

“Mohan started his career in a soil investigation company before working on the Penang Bridge project.

“Mohan has been in the property development industry since 1986. After his tenure with a reputable housing development company in Perak, he joined the Emkay Group and has held several senior management positions. His last stint with the EMKAY group was as COO,” it said. 

In 2005, he formed his own company and implemented various projects and developments.

Lau, 56, has been with MK Land for the past 16 years and held the position of group CEO since June 2011.

Prior to joining MK Land, Lau had worked with two of the Big Four accounting firms and a local public group of companies. 

He has been involved in the areas of finance, audit, corporate consultancy, re-structuring and recovery services.

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