AmBank Islamic CEO wins award


(Left) Datuk Sulaiman Mohd Tahir, Group Chief Executive Officer, AmBank Group and AmBank Islamic Bhd CEO Eqhwan Mokhzanee.

KUALA LUMPUR: AmBank Islamic Bhd chief executive officer Eqhwan Mokhzanee was recently honoured with the Islamic Banker of the Year 2019 Award by Global Islamic Finance Awards.

In addition, AmBank Islamic was conferred with the Most Improved Islamic Bank 2019 Award.

Ambank Group group CEO Datuk Sulaiman Mohd Tahir said: “We are deeply honoured to be accorded the Most Improved Islamic Bank 2019 Award, which reflects our continuous achievements in building from our heritage to deliver sustainable and customer-centric Islamic banking and financial solutions.”

“This award also represents a further testament to the significant progress that we have made in the execution of our strategic and transformation plans, ” he said in a statement.

Commenting on the Islamic Banker of the Year 2019 Award, Eqhwan said: “The prestigious award is a recognition of AmBank Islamic’s role in supporting our customers. It is also a vessel which allows for career development and contribution to the Islamic finance industry.

“The award is a tribute conferred through me, to the leadership and colleagues at AmBank Islamic and AmBank Group, and to our customers and other stakeholders for placingtheir trust in us.”

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