Board Of Directors

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The Board of Directors of Amona Group comprises the following members:



The key figure behind the inception of Amona, Othman’s speciality – driven by his true entrepreneurial sense – lies in the sheer integrity, confidence and unfazed determination that he often displays towards every one of the Group’s undertakings. Othman is also the Group Executive Chairman and major shareholder of various development concerns, eg. Amona Development Sdn Bhd, Pritekma Sdn Bhd and Amona Land Sdn Bhd.



YAM Tengku graduated from Exeter College, UK and began his career as an engineer at Cycle & Carriage in 1970. He was appointed Chairman and Director of Taylor’s college in 1987. He has then been in various capacities as both executive and non executive director in various organization. Currently, he sits on the Board of Directors of several private limited companies. His vast experience in the corporate world certainly brings AMONA to new height.



As the co-founder of the Amona group, Abd Manaf, a graduate in Business Administration (with a major in marketing) has over the years played a major role in the successful accomplishment of Amona’s various projects. Responsible for the overall operations and administration of the Amona group, Abd Manaf has proven his credibility in all his endeavours and has contributed extensively to Amona’s successful track record.



Dato' Hamid, Technical Director (Planning), received his formal education from AA School of Architecture, London, United Kingdom.Widely involved in various works ranging from Hospitality, Commercial Development as well as Institutional designs and project planning. Notably active in promoting architectural work in a humane scale and creating spatial experience in enhancing building environment.He also served on the Board of Directors in another established company.



Dato’ Ramli acquired extensive experience, spanning 31 years in public sector management skills that became the hallmark of his career in the Administrative and Diplomatic Service until his retirement as Director General, National Narcotics Agency Ministry of Internal Security on 14 May 2004.