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BMCC Breakfast Talk Series #3

18 May 2017 — 19 May 2017

BMCC Breakfast Talk Series #3

The BMCC’s monthly Breakfast Talk Series continues on the 18th of May, this time featuring Mr Wan Shuhaimie, Head, Economic unit of the Research Department of Kenanga Investment Bank Berhad who’ll be speaking on Malaysia’s Economic Outlook, 2017 and beyond.

Date:18th May 2017 (Thursday)

Time: 9.00am - 11.30am

Venue: The Co @ The Row, Jalan Doraisamy, Kuala Lumpur (Click here for directions)


Refreshments Provided

ADMISSION FREE OF CHARGE*

Limited to 30 pax (first-come-first-serve basis)

*Complimentary for all BMCC Members throughout series #1-#3

**All Series Complimentary for Sterling Members

RSVP to Ramesh Hasry at events@bmcc.org.my


About Wan Shuhaimie

Encik Wan Suhaimie is the Head, Economic Unit of the Research Department of Kenanga Investment Bank Berhad since 2006. He has 26 years of working experience, 20 of which as an Economist. He began his career as an equity analyst with PB Worldsec Securities (a Hong Kong-based brokerage and subsidiary of Mitsubishi Tokyo Bank) before switching to economic research. He later moved to AmSecurities Bhd before he was hired by Kenanga Investment Bank in 2006.

Upon graduation with a degree in Economics in 1991, he joined The Star daily newspaper as a reporter and later as Financial Journalist at AFX Asia (Agence France Presse’s financial news arm). In 2012, he completed executive development courses at Harvard and MIT respectively. His other main areas of interest includes financial and behavioral economics.