Bursa Malaysia Bhd has announced changes to its organisational structure aimed at transforming the local bourse into a high performance organisation with improved efficiencies to be regionally ready and more competitive. (File pix)

KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia Bhd has announced changes to its organisational structure aimed at transforming the local bourse into a high performance organisation with improved efficiencies to be regionally ready and more competitive.

In a statement, it said the changes will also enable Bursa Malaysia to better serve the regional marketplace in an increasingly globalised regulatory and business environment.

Effective 15 February 2017 and in-line with the new organisational structure, the following personnel changes will take effect:

I. Selvarany Rasiah, formerly Director of Regulation will now lead the expanded commercial portfolio as Chief Commercial Officer (CCO)

II. Datin Azalina Adham, formerly Director of Strategy and Transformation will lead the operational transformation as the Chief Operating Officer (COO)

III. Yew Yee Tee, formerly Head of Enforcement will take on the role of Chief Regulatory Officer (CRO)

“The new organisational structure marks another step in Bursa Malaysia’s evolution as we aim to strengthen our base to steer Bursa Malaysia to be competitive and regional ready.

“I believe these changes will position us to deliver on our strategy, drive improved productivity and capability across the organisation. In doing so, this will translate to improved product and service offerings while ensuring that the market remains vibrant and efficient,” said Bursa Malaysia chief executive officer Datuk Seri Tajuddin Atan.

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