Bhaimia named CEO of Asian Finance Bank


PETALING JAYA: Asian Finance Bank Bhd (AFB) has appointed Khalid Mahmood Bhaimia as its new chief executive officer effective from March 21, 2017.

The banking institution in a statement said Bhaimia, who has served as an Islamic banking consultant prior to his appointment, has over 20 years of experience in the global Islamic banking industry.

He previously served as the chief executive officer of Unicorn International Islamic Bank and RHB Islamic Bank as well as Hong Leong Islamic Bank’s managing director.

AFP is a full-fledged Islamic bank and is backed by a consortium of shareholders comprising Middle Eastern financial institutions.

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