Feizal Mustapha is new chairman of Exim Bank Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR: Export-Import Bank of Malaysia Berhad (Exim Bank) has appointed Datuk Feizal Mustapha (pic) as its new chairman with effect from April 9. Feizal succeeds Datuk Mat Noor Nawi who retired from the bank on September 30 2018.
Feizal has over 25 years experience in the country’s capital market, covering a multitude of areas through his various management capacities and leadership roles.

His extensive experience and market knowledge renders him a frequent speaker on the subject matter in the domestic market and internationally.

Prior to joining Exim Bank, Feizal served with the Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) for 19 years in various capacities and in different areas of the capital market which includes regulatory oversight and overall market development.
He later joined BDO Malaysia in 2012 as executive director, advisory and became chairman in 2015 until recently.
He is currently a director of the firm. He was recently also appointed to the Board of Widad Group Berhad a public listed company as its chairman.

Feizal holds a Master in Business Administration (Finance) from Cardiff Business School, Cardiff University, United Kingdom and Bachelor of Arts (Economics) from the University of Stirling, United Kingdom.

He is also a Fellow Member of CPA Australia and a Member of Malaysian Institute of Accountants (MIA), Insolvency Practitioners Association of Malaysia (IPAM) as well as Chartered Valuer and Appraiser, Institute of Valuers and Appraisers Singapore (IVAS).

In addition, Feizal is presently a member of the Listing Committee of Bursa Malaysia.