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Jawatan Kosong di Malaysia Debt Ventures Berhad - 4 Feb 2017

MDV’s first fund was sourced from The Japanese Bank of International Cooperation (“JBIC”), through the Ministry of Finance. The first fund totalled RM1.6 billion, for the purpose of providing project financing facilities to ICT companies. In 2007, MOF approved RM2.5 billion for MDV’s Second Fund. For the first tranche, MDV issued an RM1.5 billion Islamic Medium Term Note (iMTN) to finance technology projects. In conjunction with the Second Fund, MDV expanded its focus areas to include Biotechnology.



Positions:


1. Relationship Manager



2. Executive, Internal Audit




Closing date : 03 - 04 February 2017

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Our History

The Information and Communications Technology (ICT) industry in Malaysia began its nascent growth with the launch of the Multimedia Super Corridor in 1997 – the country’s designated ICT zone, designed to leapfrog Malaysia into the information and knowledge economy.

A funding infrastructure was developed to support the industry’s research, development and commercialization activities. Growth and expansion stage ICT companies, however, found difficulty in accessing financing from financial institutions or fulfilling their credit criteria.

To fill this funding gap, MDV was established, to provide Project Financing facilities to ICT companies to finance procurement of the necessary project inputs, capital expenditure and working capital. Through MDV’s Partner Banks, MDV provides trade and guarantee facilities as required by the project or contract. A second key role is to function as development facilitators of key identified technology sectors.

MDV’s first fund was sourced from The Japanese Bank of International Cooperation (“JBIC”), through the Ministry of Finance. The first fund totalled RM1.6 billion, for the purpose of providing project financing facilities to ICT companies. In 2007, MOF approved RM2.5 billion for MDV’s Second Fund. For the first tranche, MDV issued an RM1.5 billion Islamic Medium Term Note (iMTN) to finance technology projects. In conjunction with the Second Fund, MDV expanded its focus areas to include Biotechnology.

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