CORP BRIEF: Allianz Malaysia, Virtualflex-Fasspay, BP Energy-SESB and AirAsia Rewards

by TMR / pic by TMR FILE 

Allianz Malaysia appoints Sean Wang as CEO

ALLIANZ Malaysia Bhd has appointed Sean Wang as its CEO effective Jan 1, 2022. Wang takes over from Zakri Khir, who will retire as Allianz Malaysia CEO effective Dec 31, 2021, following an exceptional tenure as country manager in his 21-year career with Allianz. Effective Jan 1, 2022, Zakri will be appointed as Allianz Malaysia non-independent non-ED, the group said in a statement yesterday. Wang will also take on the role of Allianz General Insurance Co (M) Bhd ED effective Jan 1, 2022.

Virtualflex partners Fasspay, Visa to enhance KA$Hplus e-wallet

VIRTUALFLEX, a wholly owned subsidiary of Johor Corp, has partnered Fass Payment Solutions (Fasspay), a subsidiary of Soft Space Sdn Bhd, and Visa Inc, to launch KA$Hplus e-wallet tied with a Visa prepaid card for Malaysian consumers. The upgraded payment and loyalty mobile application offers more features and benefits than the currently operating KA$H payment and loyalty platform, allowing customers to make payments digitally and enjoy cashback rewards. — Bernama

BP Energy, SESB to develop PV plant

BINA Puri Holdings Bhd announced yesterday that its wholly owned subsidiary, BP Energy Sdn Bhd, had signed a power purchase agreement with Sabah Electricity Sdn Bhd (SESB) dated Dec 1, 2021, to undertake a development of a 5MWac large scale solar photovoltaic (PV) plant in Kunak, Sabah. The commercial operation date is scheduled on June 30, 2023. A filing to Bursa Malaysia yesterday showed that BP Energy will design, construct, test, commission, own, operate and maintain a solar PV energy generating facility with a capacity of 5MWac.

AirAsia Rewards offers more seamless user exp

AIRASIA BIG Rewards has been rebranded as AirAsia Rewards. This move will merge all features from the previous BIG Rewards app to be available within the AirAsia Super App, and users can enjoy a more seamless app experience as they no longer need to have two separate apps for earning and spending their reward points on the AirAsia Super App. With the new integration, users can benefit from an integrated rewards programme that further strengthens the AirAsia Super App platform. All user details and remaining points will be merged into the Super App and be renamed as AirAsia points, and the premier loyalty rewards points will now be the digital loyalty currency that can be used throughout the entire Super App ecosystem.


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