Dato’ Abdul Mokhtar Ahmad
Dato’ Abdul Mokhtar Ahmad, a Malaysian and a Bumiputra entrepreneur, aged 76, was appointed to the Board of
Menang since 23 May 1989.
Dato’ Ahmad Mokhtar has been the Group Executive Chairman of Menang Corporation (M) Berhad for the last 19
years. As a pioneer Bumiputra contractor with such illustrious track record and iconic developments under his belt,
he has been an industry veteran and the driving force behind the Group’s property construction projects todate.
Responding to the changing landscape of property development in Malaysia, he has been a strong advocate of the
Government’s current push for Private Public Partnership (PPP) as the engine of growth. In this regard he has been
actively involved in identifying and ultimately securing 3 PPP projects for the Group. This has culminated in three
Private Finance Initiatives (PFI) projects for the Group (with a combined
Total Construction Cost of RM650 million) of which 2 are now under construction and one has been completed in
January 2014. It is hoped that these 3 PFI projects will set a benchmark for future PPP opportunities and serve to
add values to the Group’s future revenues and profitability.
Dato’ Shun Leong Kwong
Director/Group Chief Executive Officer
Dato’ Shun Leong Kwong, a Malaysian, aged 77, was appointed to the Board of Menang on 29 June 1989 after an
outstanding career in senior positions in the banking industry (both international and local.
He holds a B.A. Econs. (Hons) from the University of Malaya.
Dato’ Shun is and has been the Group Managing Director/Group Chief Executive Officer of Menang Group of
Companies (Non-Independent Director) since 1989.
Director/Group Chief Executive Officer of Menang Group of Companies (Non-Independent Director) since 1989. With
his vast experience and varied exposure, Dato’ Shun has managed to navigate the Group through the various
recessions without suffering major setbacks. The
improving position of the Group has now allowed Dato’ Shun to focus his attention and time on the Group’s various
landed assets to unlock value. He is the father of Non-Executive Director, Dr. Christopher Shun Kong Leng, CFP®,
Mr Toh May Fook
Mr Toh May Fook, a Malaysian, aged 57, graduated from Universiti Malaya, qualified as Chartered
Mr Toh May Fook has top management experience in various conglomerates in Malaysia, Indonesia and China,
1. Group Financial Controller of Roxy Electric Industries (M) Berhad
2. Deputy Managing Director of Sharp Roxy Group of companies in Malaysia
3. Group Financial Controller of Menang Corporation (M) Berhad
4. Group Financial/Corporate Controller of Kalbe Group in Indonesia
5. Group Managing Director of Campbell Soup Companys subsidiaries in China
Mr Toh is active in management services with interests in strategic investments in marketing and distribution of
fast moving consumer products.
He was appointed as an Executive Director of Menang on 22 April 2016.
He was redesignated as Deputy Managing Director of Menang on 26 April 2016.
Datin Mariam Eusoff
Non-Executive Group Deputy Chairman
Datin Mariam Eusoff, a Malaysian, aged 70, started her career as a lecturer at the Institut Teknologi Mara in
1969 before she joined Citibank NA, Malaysia in 1973 where she was Manager in the Public Sector Lending
In 1977, she was recruited by Bank Bumiputra Malaysia Berhad to head the International Banking Department
covering foreign currency lending, overseas branch operations as well as correspondent banking. She was appointed
on 1 July 1989 as Managing Director of Maztri Padu Sdn Bhd, the privatised developer for Kelana Jaya Urban Centre.
She holds a B.A. (Hons) from the University of Malaya and a Master degree in Mass Communications from the
University of Washington, U.S.A.
Datin Mariam was appointed to the Board of Menang on 25 February 1991 and was subsequently appointed as Group
Executive Director of Menang on 1 January 1992 (Non-Independent Director) and later became the Non-Executive Group
Deputy Chairman on 1 July 2005. She was the alternate chairperson of the Group Management Committee in the absence
Group Executive Chairman. As Non-Executive Group Deputy Chairman, she supervises legal, corporate and public
communications of the Group. One of her principal responsibilities is in strategic planning and implementation of
new property projects besides providing general administration of Group operations.
She is also a member of the Audit Committee of the Company.
Mr Chiam Tau Meng
Mr Chiam Tau Meng, a Malaysian, aged 62, graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce Degree majoring in Accountancy
from University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand in 1976. He is an Associate Chartered Accountant of the Chartered
Accountants Australia and New Zealand. He is also a Chartered Accountant of the Malaysian Institute of
He started his career in 1976 as Finance Manager of Tolley Industries Ltd (New Zealand) and in 1979, he joined
Malaysian Containers (1974) Berhad as Finance Manager cum Company Secretary. In 1984, he joined Menang Corporation
(M) Berhad as General Manager of Corporate Services.
In 1989, he joined Bee Hin Holdings Sdn Bhd as General Manager-Corporate Finance in charge of
the reconstruction scheme under Section 176 of the Companies Act, 1965 of Kuala Lumpur Industries Berhad.
In 1992, he joined the management consultancy practice of an international accounting organisation and in 1994,
he set up his own consulting practice namely CTM Consulting.
He was appointed as an Independent Non-Executive Director of Menang on 21 October 2005. He is the Chairman of
the Audit Committee and the Nominating Committee and a Member of the Remuneration Committee of Menang. He also sits
on the Board of the following companies listed on the Bursa Malaysia Securities Berhad :-
Success Transformer Corporation Berhad
(Independent & Non-Executive)
(Independent & Non-Executive)
Seremban Engineering Berhad
(Independent & Non-Executive)
Mr Too Kok Leng
Independent Non-Executive Director
Mr Too Kok Leng, a Malaysian, aged 56, holds a B.A (Hons) in Law and was admitted to the Malaysian Bar in 1983.
He started his own practice in 1988 and was practising under the name and style of Rahman, Too & Co. in
Seremban and Kuala Lumpur. He specialised in the corporate and banking fields rendering legal advice to
several banks and public listed companies. He has
since ventured into his own private business in property and other related activities.
Mr Too was appointed as an Independent Non-Executive Director of Menang on 1 August 1995. He is also the
Chairman of the Remuneration Committee and member of the Audit Committee and Nominating Committee of the
He also sits on the Board of TH Heavy Engineering Berhad listed on the Bursa Malaysia Securities Berhad as an
Independent Non-Executive Director.
Dr. Christopher Shun Kong Leng , CFP®,
Non-Independent Non-Executive Director
Dr. Christopher Kong-Leng SHUN, a Malaysian, aged 50, graduated from Boston University with a Bachelor of
Science in Business Administration with Summa Cum Laude and Bachelor of Arts in Economics with Magna Cum Laude in
May 1987. He pursued a Merchant Banking career with Hill Samuel Bank, London from 1987 to 1989. In 1991, he
obtained his Master of Science in
Management from the MIT Sloan School of Management, U.S.A. He subsequently joined Bankers Trust London as a Merger
and Acquisition Associate. He completed his Doctor of Business Administration (D.B.A) from Henley Management
College, Brunel University, United Kingdom in 2004. He was appointed Adjunct Professor at University Technology
Malaysia (UTM) in March 2013. He has been teaching Undergraduate 4th year Honours students at the Royal Melbourne
Institute of Technology (RMIT) since July 2015.
Dr. Christopher Shun was previously Senior Vice President, Economic Intelligence Division, Iskandar Regional
Development Authority (IRDA) from 2012- 2013. He was formerly the Risk Management Advisor to Perbadanan Putrajaya
(PPJ) from 2008-2011.
Dr. Christopher Shun was appointed in 2007 onto the National Property Research Economic Council (NAPREC) think
tank under the oversight of the Ministry of Finance (MOF) advising the Government of Malaysia (GOM) on all matters
pertaining to Real Estate policies and
Macroeconomic impacts on the Malaysian economy.
Dr. Christopher Shun was appointed to the Board of Menang on 25 February 1991 and was made Executive Director on
1 April 1991 (Non-Independent Director). Subsequently, he was appointed as Group Executive Director on 1 January
1992 and he was promoted to Deputy Group Managing Director on 1 July 2005. On 31 December 2007, Dr. Christopher
Shun was re-designated
as Non-Executive Director. He is also a member of the Remuneration Committee of the Company.
Dr. Christopher Shun is the son of Dato’ Shun Leong Kwong.
Mr Yoong Nim Chee
Mr Yoong Nim Chee, a Malaysian, aged 56, graduated with a Bachelor of Economics (Business Management) from
Mr Yoong has extensive experience in the corporate sector, having worked for various banks in Malaysia and
Singapore where he specialized in raising equity and debt capital, mergers and acquisitions as well as
In recent years, he had also served in the senior management and Boards of several Malaysian public listed
companies, namely MMC Corporation Bhd, Malakoff Bhd, Zelan Berhad, Magna Prima Berhad and CN Asia Corporation
Berhad. Currently, he is advising some private companies on corporate strategies.
He was appointed as an Independent Non-Executive Director of Menang on 22 April 2016.
1. Family relationship with Director and/or major shareholder
Save as hereinabove disclosed, none of the Directors has any family relationship with the other directors and/or
major shareholders of Menang Corporation (M) Berhad.
2. Conflict of Interest
None of the Directors has any conflict of interest in the Company
except for those transactions disclosed in Note 29 to the financial statements.
3. Conviction for Offence
None of the Directors has been convicted of any offence within the
past ten (10) years.
4. Other Directorship of Public Companies
None of the Directors hold any directorship in any other public listed company, save as disclosed above.
5. Securities Holdings in the Company
Details of the Directors’ securities holdings in the Company, and its subsidiaries are set out on pages 107
to 112 of the Annual Report.