Our alumni numbers more than 400 people, many of whom have gone on to explore new fields and record significant personal and professional achievements. This is testimony to not only the talent available at Khazanah, but also our efforts to develop highly-motivated, high performance human capital, guided by our values of teamwork, mutual respect, diligence, integrity and professionalism.

From CEOs of large listed companies and important national agencies to social entrepreneurs and authors, our alumni are beginning to significantly and positively shape the growth and development of the socioeconomic, institutional and cultural landscape of Malaysia and beyond. This is in line with the fourth strategic pillar of our mandate to help develop strong human capital for the nation and for the countries that we invest in.

A selection of our Alumni...

Datuk Ganen Sarvananthan

Datuk Ganen is currently a partner at TPG, one of the largest private equity firms in the world. He is also the Managing Director for its Asia business and heads Southeast Asia for TPG. During his tenure at Khazanah, which spanned almost a decade, he acquired invaluable experience as Executive Director and Head of Investments. Prior to joining Khazanah, he worked at UBS Investment Bank based in London, Hong Kong and Singapore.

Previous position in Khazanah:
Executive Director,
Head of Investments
October 2004 – April 2014

Azmir Zain

Azmir currently helms Malaysian Aviation Commission (MAVCOM) as its Chief Operating Officer. He formulates and drives the strategic direction of the commission within the parameters of the Malaysian Aviation Commission Act 2015 and leads the management team in its industry development and regulatory efforts.

Previous position in Khazanah:
Director, Investments
May 2011 – May 2016

Raja Azura Raja Mahayuddin

Raja Azura is the Chief Executive Officer of Yayasan Peneraju Pendidikan Bumiputera, a part of the bumiputera education transformation initiative under the Bumiputera Agenda Steering Unit (TERAJU). After a 15-year track record in Arthur Andersen, Malaysia Airlines and Khazanah, her sight is now set on nurturing underprivileged rural bumiputera students to become global talents of the future.

Previous position in Khazanah:
Senior Vice President, Strategic Human Capital Management
July 2009 – June 2010

Mohamad Shukor Ahmad Salleh

Mohamad Shukor is the Technical Solutions Manager, South Asia Team at BlackBerry Singapore Pte. Ltd. Besides providing senior technical expertise and knowledge, Shukor also develops and maintains relationships and accounts with IT professionals and key C-level contacts. At Khazanah, he managed and led the Network, Security & Collaboration Unit.

Previous position in Khazanah:
Assistant Vice President,
Corporate & Support Services
(Network, Security & Collaboration)
April 2005 – December 2014

Ariff Wambeck

Ariff is the Co-founder, Chief Technology Officer and Chief Financial Officer at Fundeavour, an online social platform that helps gamers get a headstart in eSports, Youtube and streaming. At Khazanah, he started as an associate with Corporate & Support Services division before being transferred to do equity research in the Investments team.

Previous position in Khazanah:
Associate, Investments
October 2012 – March 2016

Chen Wei Jia

Wei Jia is a Software Engineer and Product Manager at Fave Group, one of Southeast Asia’s fastest growing startup groups. Wei Jia is also a sell-taught Full Stack Developer who on the side co-founded NoNonsense Solutions Ltd that helps startup companies develop creative web and mobile applications. At Khazanah, she was an analyst covering the telecommunications, aviation and creative & media sectors.

Previous position in Khazanah:
Associate, Investments
January 2011 – September 2014

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