Naza TTDI appoints ex-Sunway Integrated Properties senior executive director Daniel Lim as CEO

KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 3): Naza Group’s property arm Naza TTDI Sdn Bhd has appointed former Sunway Integrated Properties Sdn Bhd senior executive director Daniel Lim Hin Soon (pic) as its new chief executive officer (CEO).

“Daniel Lim will be responsible for the overall strategic development and direction of the property business and drive positive growth of one of Naza Group’s core businesses,” said Naza TTDI deputy executive chairman cum group managing director SM Faliq SM Nasimuddin in a statement today.

According to the property developer, Daniel has over 28 years of hands-on experience in the property development industry, having been attached to several leading property developers over the years, holding senior executive positions including his most recent position at Sunway Group's subsidiary Sunway Integrated Properties.

“[Lim]’s appointment comes at a most opportune and exciting time for our property development business.

“We have bold ambitions to accelerate our growth strategy and Daniel’s prior experience in the industry will be a great asset to have in capitalising on ever-changing market conditions and establish our long-term vision for the business,” said SM Faliq.

Lim holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) with First Class Honours from the University of Singapore and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from the same university, Naza TTDI added.

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