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International SOS Strengthens Partnership With InvestKL For Continued Interest In Malaysia


International SOS, the world’s leading security and health services company, recently met with InvestKL and their senior management team led by CEO, Datuk Muhammad Azmi Zulkifli, in London, United Kingdom.


Held to strengthen the long-standing relationship between the two organisations, this constructive meeting aimed to showcase joint achievements, share plans and innovations, and reinforce International SOS’ continued interest in investing in Malaysia.


Both leadership teams also exchanged ideas on ESG (Environmental, Social & Governance) and sustainability-focused business activities, a key area in which International SOS is excited to explore future opportunities.


Arnaud Vaissié, Co-founder, Chairman and CEO, International SOS, shared, “Our successful partnership with InvestKL has greatly benefitted our operations in Malaysia, building on a strong and long-lasting relationship."


"We look forward to further strengthening our partnership and collaboration as we continue to increase our presence in Kuala Lumpur with other regional and global functions, such as Medical Supply Services, Global IT Functions, and Global HR Functions.”


With InvestKL's support, International SOS has achieved several significant milestones. This has included the relocation of its Asia Medical Services Regional Operational Headquarters from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur in 2012.


“We are delighted to be in London and able to meet face-to-face with International SOS’ key leadership to continue strengthening our long-standing relationship with them," added Datuk Muhammad Azmi Zulkifli, InvestKL CEO. "We (InvestKL) aim to secure more than RM35 billion worth of high-impact and high-value investments by 2030, specifically in the digital economy, ideation and innovation, as well as regional centres of excellence."


"This is why high-level meetings like this are important for us to collaborate on added-value programmes that would advocate responsible business and sharing of best practices to accelerate Malaysia's green agenda, in line with the National Investment Aspirations,” he concluded.


Additionally, the establishment of a new Global Shared Services Centre in 2014, which created 150 new jobs, with over 95% of hires being Malaysians. Also, in 2019, under the leadership of Jing Tan, International SOS relocated its Asia regional HQ for Medical Services from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur.

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