Ex-CEO charged with cheating


  • Nation
  • Thursday, 08 May 2003

KUALA LUMPUR: The former chief executive officer of the first licensed Islamic leasing company in Malaysia was charged in the Sessions Court with cheating the company of RM450,000 about three years ago. 

A’Amir Nordin Ariffin, 54, claimed trial to two charges of cheating former KFH Ijarah House (M) Sdn Bhd general manager Azlan Mokhtar by using his position as CEO to instruct a payment be made to one Noor Usa’dah Othman by way of four Bank Islam cheques of RM100,000 each in October and November 2000. 

A’Amir Nordin pleaded not guilty to a third charge of cheating the company’s current general manager Zubir Abd Malek by instructing him to make a payment to Noor Usa’dah by issuing a Bank Islam cheque for RM50,000 on April 6, 2001. 

Judge Rosenani Abd Rahman fixed bail at RM50,000 and set Oct 13 for trial.  

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