CelcomDigi formalises CEO, deputy CEO posts


Datuk Idham Nawawi (left) and Albern Murty (right).

KUALA LUMPUR: Celcom Axiata Bhd and Digi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd (CelcomDigi) have formalised the appointments of Datuk Idham Nawawi as chief executive officer and Albern Murty as deputy chief executive officer.

The company said both are incumbent CEOs of Celcom and Digi.com Bhd (Digi), respectively. “We also confirmed the appointments of the company’s board of directors and management team,” the telcos said in a statement yesterday, Bernama reported.

In filings with Bursa Malaysia on Wednesday, the board of directors of Digi announced the merger completion between Celcom Axiata Bhd and Digi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd.

CelcomDigi chief executive officer Datuk Idham Nawawi said the merger would offer a stronger capacity to invest in new growth areas, build innovative solutions leveraging fifth-generation mobile network (5G), artificial intelligence and Internet-of-Things and develop a stronger digital ecosystem for the nation. “The merger marked a significant milestone for the telecommunications industry, as two leading organisations combine their strengths and expertise to form a truly Malaysian company,” he said.

Idham said the company is ready and fully capable to go forward with the aim of advancing and inspiring society, as well as spurring new innovations and attracting more partners to stimulate the local digital economy. — Bernama

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