KPJ Healthcare’s Norhaizam Mohammad wins Malaysia’s Best Emerging Woman CFO in healthcare


KPJ Healthcare Bhd chief financial officer Norhaizam Mohammad

KUALA LUMPUR: KPJ Healthcare Bhd’s chief financial officer (CFO) Norhaizam Mohammad has been named Malaysia’s Best Emerging Woman CFO in Healthcare at the International Finance Awards 2022.

In a statement, the healthcare group said the award acknowledged outstanding individuals who demonstrate the spirit of excellence in business leadership within the evolving work environment and current economic landscape.

The award criteria evaluate individuals based on their capabilities, ingenuity, knowledge and foresight to drive sustainable growth in their respective fields with vision and inspiration.

“It is an honour to receive this prestigious award, which acknowledges women professionals and our contributions in leadership positions to inspire many more women to excel in their respective field,” Norhaizam said.

“It has been a very challenging period during the pandemic, and I must thank the highly capable team at KPJ Healthcare for their unwavering support in ensuring that our operations remain uninterrupted. I would also like to dedicate this award to our frontliners who have been relentless in performing their duties,” she added.

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