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Fujitsu on the hunt for new Malaysia leader

AvantiKumar | Dec. 6, 2013
Michael Warren steps down to pursue nation building activities, says the company's Asia CEO Gavin Selkirk.

Gavin Selkirk Regional CEO of Fujitsu Asia (2) modified

Photo - Gavin Selkirk, Regional CEO, Fujitsu Asia.


Japanese ICT solutions and services giant Fujitsu has announced the resignation of Michael Warren as its Malaysia country president and has started recruitment for a new Fujitsu Malaysia lead.

Fujitsu Asia Pacific regional chief executive officer Gavin Selkirk (pic) said in a statement that "Michael [who took up the appointment on 1 September 2013] has indicated his interest in returning to nation building activities for Malaysia."

"We would like to thank Michael for all the guidance he has provided the organisation during this period of time, and we wish him all the best in his future endeavours," said Selkirk.

He added that the company is actively seeking a new president while Wong Weng Wah, vice president, applications services, who is based in Malaysia, will be the acting country president.

"This change in leadership will not impact the stability of our business in the Asean countries," said Selkirk. "Customers can be assured that we will continue to provide them our full support and services."

 

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