Mohamed Nazri Omar
Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer
Mohamed Nazri Omar was appointed as Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of Danajamin on 1 May 2014. Prior to this, Nazri served as Director, Client Coverage.
Nazri’s corporate career has been within the financial industry, particularly in corporate banking and capital markets. He started his career at Citibank Berhad and subsequently served in Macquarie Bank Limited as well as RHB Sakura Merchant Bankers Berhad (currently known as “RHB Investment Bank Berhad”). He was appointed as a member of the Investment Panel of Kumpulan Wang Persaraan (Diperbadankan) (KWAP) on 1 May 2016.
Before joining Danajamin, Nazri served in several capacities while at Kuwait Finance House (M) Bhd, which included Director of Investment Banking and Head of Capital Markets and Advisory. Under these roles, he was responsible for the origination and structuring of shariah compliant financing transactions and providing project finance advisory. He was also one of the pioneer staff of Kuwait Finance House and was primarily involved in the setting up of the bank’s Corporate and Investment Banking Division.
Nazri holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree, majoring in Economics (Hons) and Government, from Cornell University, USA.
Chief Corporate and Investment Officer
Amri Sofian is the Chief Corporate and Investment Officer of Danajamin.
Prior to joining Danajamin, Amri last served as the Chief Financial Officer of RHB Islamic Bank Berhad. Amri had also held the position of Vice President – Head of Finance Shared Services at RHB Bank Berhad.
Amri received his initial career experience as an external auditor with PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) where he worked in the Audit and Business Advisory Services department. During his 10-year stint with PwC, Amri also served in PwC London under a secondment programme.
Amri joined Danajamin in November 2011 as Director, Finance and he was later appointed as Director, Client Management before assuming his current role as Chief, Corporate and Investment Officer.
Amri is a Fellow Member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (FCCA), a member of the Malaysian Institute of Accountants (MIA) and has attended the INSEAD Leadership Executive Programme.
Chief Risk Officer
Jason Goay is the Chief Risk Officer.
Jason’s corporate career has been within the financial industry. Prior to joining Danajamin, Jason served in HSBC Bank Malaysia Berhad for 12 years in various capacities in Risk Management including in the areas of financial analysis, corporate recovery, treasury credit risk, stress testing and corporate credit approvals. His last position in HSBC Bank was Senior Wholesale Credit Risk Manager.
Previously, he had also served in Perwira Affin Merchant Bank Berhad (currently known as Affin Investment Bank Berhad) and Arab-Malaysian Merchant Bank Berhad (currently known as AmInvestment Bank Berhad), where he was involved in factoring, corporate banking and debt capital markets work.
Prior to his appointment as Chief Risk Officer, he was the Director of Risk Management in Danajamin
Jason is a Chartered Management Accountant and an Associate member (ACMA) of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA).
Director, Client Coverage
Gerald Goh is the Director, Client Coverage of Danajamin.
Prior to joining Danajamin, Gerald last served at AmInvestment Bank Berhad as one of the Large Corp Client Coverage Heads.
Gerald brings with him 22 years of solid experience and proven banking track record covering Investment Banking, Corporate and Commercial Banking, Trade Finance and Recovery in various financial institutions including HSBC Bank Malaysia Berhad, Hong Leong Bank Berhad and Danaharta.
Gerald holds a Bachelor of Business (Banking & Finance) and Bachelor of Business (Management) from Monash University, Australia.
Wee Yee Tat
Director, Client Management
Wee Yee Tat is the Director, Client Management of Danajamin.
Yee Tat’s career experience has been within the debt capital market covering areas such as credit risk, financial advisory and fund raising activities.
Yee Tat started his career as a trader in Arab-Malaysian Merchant Bank after which he joined Rating Agency Malaysia (RAM) where he gained close to 5 years of credit experience in the Infrastructure & Utilities Division and Industrial Products Division. He later left RAM to join a boutique financial advisory firm that specializes in financial advisory and fund-raising activities over the next 4 years; covering local and regional infrastructure projects such as toll roads and power plants before joining Danajamin in 2011.
His career in Danajamin began in the CEO’s office, before moving on as Associate Director, Risk Management division. He was then transferred to the Client Management division where he is currently the head of the division.
Yee Tat holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree majoring in Finance from Multimedia University.
Poorani Ramachandran is the Director, Finance of Danajamin. She oversees the functions of Finance, Capital Management and Reporting, Administration and Information Technology of the Company.
Poorani started her career in KPMG Peat Marwick, Singapore as an external auditor. Subsequently, she returned to Malaysia and briefly served at Jerneh Asia Berhad. Prior to joining Danajamin, Poorani was the Chief Internal Auditor of ING Insurance Berhad, ING Employee Benefits Berhad and ING Funds Berhad. There she oversaw the management and operations of the internal audit operations and also supported other ING regional entities.
Poorani was Director, Internal Audit of Danajamin since 2010 before assuming her current role as Director, Finance in 2014.
Poorani holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree majoring in Accounting and Finance (First Class Honours) and a Masters in Commerce majoring in Accounting from the Lincoln University, New Zealand. She is a member of both the Institute of Chartered Accountants, New Zealand and the Malaysian Institute of Accountants (MIA). Additionally, she is a Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), Certified Risk Management Assessment (RMA) and Quality Assessment certifications by the Institute of Internal Auditors, United States.
Director, Human Capital and Communications
Roselaini Faiz is the Director, Human Capital and Communications of Danajamin.
Roselaini brings with her 28 years of solid experience serving various industries such as banking, semiconductor, FMCG and consulting. She has extensive Human Resources expertise with her areas of specialization in Compensation & Benefits, Talent Management and Organisational Development.
Prior to joining Danajamin, Roselaini served in the Hong Leong Bank since July 2012 as the Head of Human Resources. Roselaini has also served other financial institutions namely Kuwait Finance House, Standard Chartered Bank and Citibank.
Roselaini holds a Bachelor of Economics, majoring in Analytical Economics from University of Malaya.
Director, Internal Audit
Raevathi is Director, Internal Audit.
Raevathi has 19 years of internal auditing experience. She commenced her career in Internal Audit, AmBank Group accumulating 15 years of experience in various areas of specialisation namely Shared Services, Commercial Banking and Regulatory Compliance. Raevathi was also actively involved in supervising and conducting the Bank-wide Anti-Money Laundering and Anti-Terrorism Financing review for regulatory purposes.
Raevathi holds a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Management (Finance Major, Economics Minor) from University Sains Malaysia, Pulau Pinang. She is a Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) and holds an Advanced Certification in Anti-Money Laundering and Anti-Terrorism Financing.
Director, ERM & Compliance
Adrian Tay is the Director, ERM & Compliance.
Before joining Danajamin, Adrian served in AmInvestment Bank Berhad for 16 years in its key business divisions namely Debt Capital Markets, Corporate Finance and Corporate Banking.
Adrian commenced his career in Corporate Banking, Arab-Malaysian Merchant Bank Berhad (currently known as AmInvestment Bank Berhad) accumulating 5 years of credit and debt related experience. He then served in Corporate Finance and was involved in primary (IPO) and secondary fund-raising, merger & acquisition, and restructuring.
After 5 years in Corporate Finance, he joined Debt Capital Markets where he served for 6 years involved in advising, structuring and implementing integrated financial solutions.
Subsequently, Adrian joined Danajamin. Prior to his current appointment on 3 April 2017, Adrian was Director, Corporate Strategy managing the Corporate Strategy and Project Management Office (PMO) portfolios. At Danajamin, Adrian had also previously served in the CEO’s Office and managed the Investor Relations and Communications portfolios.
Junaidah Abdul Rahim
Junaidah Abdul Rahim is the Director, Legal of Danajamin. She oversees the functions of Company Secretarial and Credit Administration Division of Danajamin. Prior to joining Danajamin, Junaidah was a partner with Messrs Albar & Partners.
Junaidah brings with her 17 years of solid legal experience and has practiced in the areas of corporate, securities law and banking and finance law, with particular emphasis on capital market and corporate finance transactions. Apart from that, Junaidah also has significant experience in Islamic finance work and general corporate commercial work which include several highly publicized listing and fund-raising exercises.
Junaidah holds a Bachelor of Laws with Honours from Bond University, Australia. She was admitted as an Advocate & Solicitor to the High Court of Malaya in June 2000 and as a solicitor to the Supreme Court of NSW, Australia in December 2003.