Malaysia Interviews

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Malaysia Transportation: An Overview of KLIA Ekspres Train Services in Kuala Lumpur by Noormah Mohd Noor

Noormah Mohd Noor gives an overview of KLIA Ekspres train services in Kuala Lumpur. The KLIA Ekspres, which was designed with the air travelers’ needs in mind, is a high-speed, non-stop air-rail connection between Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and Kuala Lumpur City Air Terminal (KL CAT) at Kuala Lumpur Sentral Station.

Malaysian Financial Market: Meor Amri Meor Ayob Presents Valuation Agency Bond Pricing Agency Malaysia

Meor Amri Meor Ayob gives an overview of Bond Pricing Agency Malaysia, a valuation agency and key player in the Malaysian financial market. As of today, BPAM stands as the premier source of evaluated prices and data for the Malaysian Fixed Income Market. He also discusses future plans and shares his vision for Bond Pricing Agency Malaysia and the Malaysian financial market in the medium term.

Hew Moi Lan Presents SEGi University: A Leading Private Tertiary Education Provider in Malaysia

Ms Hew Moi Lan shares her thoughts on the state of the educational sector in Malaysia and gives an overview of SEGi University, a leading private tertiary education provider in the country. She also discusses the challenges to be faced by education in Malaysia, as well as SEGi itself, and shares her vision for the next three to five years.

Malaysia’s Tourism Growing at 10% Says a Leading Business Hotel in Kuala Lumpur – DoubleTree by Hilton

Malaysia is a very important hub in Asia Pacific. We do a lot of regional conferences and so we have business coming from Singapore and from the major countries within Asia Pacific. We do get quite a lot of business out of China, Australia, Indonesia and Thailand. There is also a lot of international travel and I think that is where Malaysia has been very successful in putting itself on the map for business meetings, events and MICE tourism.

Aerospace Industry in Asia: Malaysia to Become Hub for Aerospace OEMs in South East Asia

Asia Aerospace City (AAC) aims to make Malaysia the hub for Aerospace OEMs in South East Asia and beyond. It leverages on various engagement strategies with the Aerospace OEMs across the globe. MARA initiated this idea more than a year ago. MARA is a strategic government organisation that champions capability building for the nation through its activities in education, entrepreneur development and investments. MARA produces approx.30% of the overall Malaysian human capital. There is an expanding need for a more diversified supply chain, sustainable human capital and business growth opportunity in Asia by the OEMs.

Real Estate Sector in Malaysia: 15-20% Return on Investment

I think net yields generally vary between 5% to 8%.  But the targets are generally between 15% to 20%. That is very achievable.  You wouldn’t want to come with a lower IRR. You are putting in so much money, but the yields are between 5% to 8%.  Why the IRRs are high is because the capital growth is still very strong. Economic growth is still pretty aggressive at 5.5%. So, there is a lot of growth in the market.

Doing Business in Malaysia: Moving Towards High Income Economy

I think Malaysia has a lot of advantages; in addition to the standard banking opportunities here, Malaysia is a center for Islamic banking, and has some of the world’s biggest Islamic banks centered here who are also lending and supported the economy in terms of SME financing, and corporate and investment banking initiatives.

Tourism Industry in Malaysia: Plan to Bring 36 Million Tourist is Realistic

This industry is thriving in Malaysia. This is mainly because the industry has the complete support of the Malaysian government. We have been organizing road shows around the world. We are also focusing on family-oriented tourism. That is why we have these family-friendly products, these sites, like KidZania, LegoLand, Puteri Harbour with Sanrio Hello Kitty Town and the Little Big Club with Thomas, Bob the Builder etc.

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