Petronas appoints Binti as new CFO

Petronas appoints Binti as new CFO

4:47 AM, 16th December 2015
Petronas appoints Binti as new CFO

KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA: Petronas Chemicals said that it has appointed Rashidah Binti Alias (43) as chief financial officer (CFO).

Since joining Petronas in 1998, she has held various positions within Petronas covering areas of corporate planning, corporate bonds issuance, initial public offerings, financial reporting, planning and budgeting, shared services and treasury.

Prior to her appointment as chief financial officer of Petronas, she was the senior general manager of group treasury in Petronas, where she was responsible for managing the centralised treasury operations for the Petronas Group.

She is currently responsible for the management of all financial and fiscal aspects of Petronas and its subsidiaries, as well as risk management, supply chain management, information system and investor relations.

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