Appointed as Executive Director of the BMCC in July 2018, Jennifer oversees all operations and business units of the Chamber. She steers the BMCC’s robust network composed of 260 MNCs & SMEs, together with its associates and key stakeholders from both the private and the public sector. In her role, she drives her team to leverage business matching opportunities for the Chamber’s members, while providing a representative industry/sector voice to engage in purposeful public/ministerial dialogue with key government stakeholders.
She’s also the chief liaison for the BMCC Board of Directors, the Malaysian spokesperson for the bilateral chambers under the British in South East Asia (BISEA) faction. Jennifer also supervises the BMCC’s contract with the British government’s Department International Trade (DIT), whereby the Chamber serves as a platform for British businesses looking to export products & services to Malaysia and develop a presence in-market. As a Chartered Accountant by training, Jennifer has enjoyed a versatile career in professional education and financial industries, including assuming the role as Head of Malaysia at ACCA for 5 years; honing her specialities in developing strategic partnerships, corporate branding and relationship management.
Based at the British High Commission in Kuala Lumpur, Sri leads on energy trade development in Southeast Asia for Scottish Development International, the Scottish Government’s international economic agency, focusing on offshore and renewable energy opportunities in Malaysia, distributed generation in Indonesia, hydrogen and decommissioning in Brunei, and offshore wind in Vietnam.
Prior to joining SDI, Sri worked on trade promotion and policy projects for the British Malaysian Chamber of Commerce, working closely with the UK Department for International Trade, and sat on the Chamber’s energy committee. He began his career with BP.
Fadhlan is currently the Head of Innovation at PETRONAS since 1st of May 2020. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, New York, USA.
He started his career in Sauber PETRONAS Engineering as a Finite Element Analysis engineer at Hinwil, Switzerland after completing his studies as a PETRONAS scholar. In his 17 years of experience, Fadhlan has held various domestic and international assignments which include as a project engineer for the commercialization of NE01 car engine technology in Shenyang, People’s Republic of China, as the Head of Technology Commercialisation and as the Head of Upstream Technology in PETRONAS.
He is now in charge of introducing Innovation Gateway @ PETRONAS – the first and single digital platform for technology crowdsourcing.