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Kim Teo

Long driven by the exciting prospects of a technologically-driven future, Mr Kim Teo has led BoardRoom in the charge towards developing adaptable and innovative corporate service solutions since 2009.

  When taking time off strategy meetings with his senior management team, Kim can be found zooming through the parks with his kids on his W-BASE Durcas One bicycle.

  Kim holds a Bachelor of Arts (Economics) degree, from the Heriot- Watt University of Edinburgh, and is responsible for the overall management and strategic direction of the Group.

 

Samantha Tai

Ms Samantha Tai is the Chief Executive Officer of Boardroom Corporate Services Sdn Bhd, Malaysia.

She is a Fellow Member of the Malaysian Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (MAICSA) and a Board member of MIRA and Director of the Malaysian Alliance of Corporate Directors (MACD). With a formidable resume that boasts over 20 years of experience in corporate secretarial work, Samantha regularly conducts extensive in-house training for directors of publicly listed companies and speaks regularly at various reputable seminars.

Samantha also provides advisory services including due diligence reviews for corporate restructuring and other related services.

Jonathan Lim

Mr Jonathan Lim Joined Malaysian Issuing House Sdn Bhd in September 2019 and has become the Chief Operating Officer of Boardroom Corporate Services Sdn Bhd, Malaysia.

Abdul Hamid

Abdul Hamid Sheikh Mohamed joined Symphony House Berhad, as Executive Director on 3 December 2003.

  Immediately preceding his appointment at Symphony, he was the Chief Financial Officer of the Bursa Malaysia Berhad. He joined the Bursa Malaysia in 1998 as Senior Vice President in charge of Strategic Planning & International Affairs Division reporting directly to the Executive Chairman of Bursa Malaysia and was promoted to Deputy President (Strategy and Development) in 2002 and re-designated to Chief Financial Officer in 2003. In the over 5 years with Bursa Malaysia Group, Abdul Hamid had diverse roles and experience in strategy, corporate finance, business transformation, finance and administration, treasury, external affairs and public relations. He led the Bursa Malaysia's acquisitions of MESDAQ, and KLOFFE and COMMEX and its merger to form MDEX, and the Bursa Malaysia's demutualization exercise.

  He started his career in the accounting firm Messrs Lim Ali & Co/Messrs Arthur Young, before moving on to spend 5 years in merchant banking with Bumiputra Merchant Bankers Berhad from late 1989 to 1994. He later moved on to the Amanah Capital Malaysia Berhad Group, investment banking and finance group, where he oversaw the corporate planning and finance functions.