Nazim resigns as 7-Eleven Malaysia director

Nazim resigns as 7-Eleven Malaysia director

KUALA LUMPUR - 7-Eleven Malaysia Holdings Bhd's non-executive director Datuk Mohamed Nazim Abdul Razak has resigned due to overseas business commitments.

In a filing with Bursa Malaysia, the convenience store operator said Nazim, 53, resigned effective Dec 31, 2015.

Nazim, who is the Prime Minister's brother, was appointed as 7-Eleven director on Oct 1, 2013.

He has over 27 years of experience in the architectural field.

He began his career with Yorke, Rosenberg & Mardell Architects in London, a multi-disciplinary building design consultancy, as an assistant architect in 1987. He left the following year and subsequently joined Geogrefy Reid Associates (GRA) also in London as a project architect.

A year later, he left GRA and joined Biscoe & Stanson Architects in London as a design architect.

In 1990, he returned to Malaysia and joined Kumpulan Akitek Sdn Bhd as an architect. In 1992, he set up NRY Architects Sdn Bhd and has been a principal since then.

7-Eleven Malaysia shares gained 5 sen to close at RM1.59 (S$0.50) on Monday,

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