Maybank Indonesia head of corporate communications and branding, Esti Nugraheni, said in a statement that Abdul Farid was taking over from Tan Sri Megat Zaharuddin Megat Mohd Nor after an AGM held on Sunday accepted his resignation.
The AGM also approved the appointment of Restiana Ie Tjoe Linggadjaya as director, succeeding Ghazali Mohd Rasad who completed his term of service.
“The board would like to thank Tan Sri Megat and Ghazali for their dedication to Maybank Indonesia, and welcome the new members of our board of commissioners and board of directors,” it said.
Maybank Indonesia also announced that the bank recorded a 71.0% increase in net profit to Rp1.95 trillion (RM650mil) for the financial year ended Dec 31, 2016 compared with Rp1.14 trillion achieved in the previous corresponding year, despite the economic slowdown.
Maybank Indonesia is one of the largest banks with 428 branches including Syariah branches and micro functional offices across Indonesia. - Bernama