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Rosinah Mohd Salleh

Rosinah Mohd Salleh graduated with a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree from the University of Kent at Canterbury, England. She obtained her bar-at-law qualification from, and is a member of, the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn, England. Rosinah was called to the Malaysian Bar in December 1994.

She started her legal career in 1995 as an Associate at the legal firm of Messrs Nik Saghir & Ismail in Kuala Lumpur, where she practised corporate law. In 1999, she took time off to study for her Master of Business Administration (MBA) at the University of Applied Sciences, Esslingen in Germany. Upon her return, Rosinah joined the RHB banking group as a Legal Manager in charge of the securities business of the RHB Group. She left RHB in 2003 to relocate to China, where she worked with the Hong Kong legal firm of Messrs. Ng & Shum at its Guangzhou, PRC branch. Rosinah is admitted as a solicitor in England & Wales since September 2005.

Rosinah has been involved in various commercial transactions, amongst others -

(i) Undertaking feasibility studies, drafting and negotiating contracts on privatisation projects involving major property development and build-operate-transfer schemes;

(ii) Undertaking a feasibility study on the merger of various governmental authorities and bodies relating to the palm oil industry;

(iii) Drafting and negotiating on corporatisation project involving the national paddy and rice body;

(iv) The setting up of venture capital funds and unit trust funds;

(v) International joint ventures involving –

a. The manufacture of car components in Indonesia;

b. The supply of car components, and technology and machinery relating thereto from Japan;

c. The commercial development of former oil palm plantations in Sumatera.

(vi) The revamp and drafting of the new rules and regulations of the Malaysian stock exchange;

(vii) The initial review of the listing rules of the Malaysian stock exchange;

(viii) Drafting and negotiating, on behalf of the Government of Malaysia, the contracts relating to the development of an integrated IT solution for the Smart School, and the Project Monitoring System, flagships under the Malaysian Multimedia Super Corridor mega project;

(ix) Restructure, merger and acquisition of businesses and companies;

(x) Implementation of employee share option schemes;

(xi) Bookbuilding exercise of 2 of the largest IPOs in Malaysia, namely Maxis Commmunication Bhd and PLUS Expressways Bhd;

(xii) Acquisition of an oleo-chemical company in Boston, Massachusetts, USA by a Malaysian entity;

(xiii) Acquisition of a majority stake in a Malaysian company by the second biggest household appliance manufacturer in China;

(xiv) Acquisition of a 22% stake in a research and development biotechnology company in Germany by a Malaysian government-linked company;

(xv) Privatisation exercise of solid waste management;

(xvi) Review of the sale & purchase of electricity and various gas and utilities;

(xvii) Joint venture for the supply of a solar hybrid system for electricity generation in Sabah;

(xviii) Grant of shares in a Malaysian subsidiary by a US company to its management team;

(xix) Commercialisation of research findings of a statutory body;

(xx) Drafting of rules of a first-of-its-kind Islamic commodity trading house;

(xxi) Drafting of port terminal services agreement for a port operator;

(xxii) Drafting a vendor-managed inventory agreement;

(xxiii) Drafting of a new legislation for a new statutory body;

(xxiv) 100% acquisition of manufacturing company.

Rosinah joined A&A as a Partner in November 2012.