,In a string of 25 tweets to explain his career, Jalil summarised that in charting a career path, hard work is important and that “nobody will spoon-feed your way to success”. “You have to work with the best to know how good you are, ” Jalil said PETALING JAYA: Newly appointed Berjaya Corp Bhd (BCorp) CEO Jalil Rasheed said curiosity, hard work and networking are among the key factors that have shaped his career. Jalil, 38, started his career as a graduate trainee at Aberdeen Standard Investments, eventually becoming the CEO of Aberdeen Islamic Asset Management, before becoming the youngest CEO of Permodalan Nasional Bhd (PNB), the country’s largest fund management firm. Jalil said on Twitter yesterday that despite starting his career at a fund management firm, he had always been interested in how the business was run. “I joined fund management early in my career. At that point, my first firm was *** all, I had many opportunities to learn and grow. “It was not as structured as some roles were flexible, which is why I always encourage people to start with a *** all firm and learn as much as they can. I had a deep interest in how the business was run, although I was part of the investment team, ” he said on Twitter. (1) Thread: I joined fund management early in my career. At that point, my first firm was *** all, I had many opportunities to learn & grow. It was not as structured so roles were flexible. Which is why I always encourage to start with *** all firm and learn as much as you can. https://t.co/tTf4YGiCXZ — Jalil Rasheed (@jalilword) January 17, 2021 In a string of 25 tweets to explain his career, Jalil summarised that in charting a career path, hard work is important and that “nobody will spoon-feed your way to success”. “You have to work with the best to know how good you are, ” Jalil said. He pointed out that his stint with PNB was the turning point of his career as the role allowed him to put his experience to use. “Many of the initiatives introduced internally and externally were results of many years of system inefficiency I had experienced myself. I enjoyed it tremendously, ” he said. Notably, Jalil left PNB last year, just nine months after his appointment in October 2019. Prior to PNB, he was with Invesco for six years as CEO (South Asia). Invesco is a global investment firm with US$1.1 trillion (RM4.8 trillion) under management, across multiple asset classes in more than 25 countries. On Tuesday, BCorp announced the appointment of Jalil as its CEO, making him the “first non-family member” to helm the conglomerate. Yesterday, BCorp’s share price surged as high as 27.8% to 23 sen apiece and was on the top volume list in the morning, before closing the day at 21 sen per share. BCorp has several listed subsidiaries in its fold, namely, Berjaya Sports Toto Bhd (BToto), Berjaya Land Bhd, Berjaya Food Bhd, Berjaya Assets Bhd and 7-Eleven Malaysia Holdings Bhd. It also owns several non-listed businesses, such as telecommunications company (telco) U Mobile. The group said Jalil brings with him 18 years of investment and business leadership experience, having worked in the UK, US, Malaysia and Singapore with global investment firms Aberdeen Standard Investments Ltd and Invesco Ltd. Jalil said that he has been lucky to have great mentors and colleagues. “I networked a lot, and made sure to keep that relationship, you never know when you need help. Surround yourself with good people, ” he said.
sàn casino đổi thưởng tiền mặt uy tín SỐ 1 ，Bạn có thể nạp và rút tiền với； Ví điện tử ; đồng tiền ảo; usdt; an toàn tiện lợi và có độ bảo mật cao. Mọi thông tin chi tiết xin liên hệ URL:www.vng.app。
转载说明:本文转载自Sunbet。 Allbet Gaming声明:该文看法仅代表作者自己，与www.allbetgame.us无关。转载请注明：apple developer：Jalil: Nobody will spoon-feed your way to success