MDBC and MBLBC are pleased to invite you for a webinar addressing the outlook for the 2020 Malaysian political crisis, and how it impacts business. WHEN: Thursday, October 8th at 9 am
MDBC and MBLBC are pleased to invite you for a webinar addressing the outlook for the 2020 Malaysian political crisis, and how it impacts business.
Thursday, October 8th at 9 am to 10 am
Under Chatham House Rules:
After this meeting, you are free to talk about the ideas you have heard here, but without reference to people or organisations.
1. Welcome Note by MDBC Chairman, Mr Allan Jensen
2. Intro, Mr. Nazhif Yusoff
3. Discussion and answers to participants questions (see “QUESTIONS” above)
4. Q&A session
5. End of session by MBLBC, Mr Daniel Pans
By email to [email protected] Link to event will be forwarded upon registration
Please forward your questions to Allan Jensen before the event via [email protected]
Nazhif Yusoff is Country Director at Vriens & Partners’ Kuala Lumpur office. With the team, he consults for clients from various verticals such as technology, healthcare, transportation and tourism, helping them develop their government relations strategy.
Previously, Nazhif was with the trade and investment team at Malaysia Petroleum Resources Corporation, an agency under the Ministry of Economic Affairs. At MPRC, he developed the agency’s database of export opportunities and connected Malaysian oil and gas companies with opportunities overseas through the organization of trade and specialized marketing missions.
Shazwan is a Senior Associate at Vriens & Partners’ Malaysia office and brings along 10 years of professional experience in the field of politics, journalism and the media. He consults for clients from various verticals such as technology, healthcare and transportation.
From 2009 to 2020, Shazwan worked for online news portals the Malay Mail and The Malaysian Insider as an assistant news editor and senior journalist. Shazwan received his Bachelor of Arts in Communication from Monash University, and a Master in Diversity and the Media from the University of Westminster, UK. He was also a 2012 Chevening scholarship recipient.
(Thursday) 9:00 am - 10:00 am