The Asian Captive Conference will be returning for its seventh year as an in-person event on Thursday, 19 September 2024 at the Sime Darby Convention Centre, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from 9.00am to 5.30pm.

The conference, which is a collaboration between Labuan International Insurance Association (LIIA) and Labuan IBFC Incorporated Sdn Bhd (Labuan IBFC Inc.), is dedicated to the development of self-insurance in the region.

Looking ahead to the coming year, we are preparing to address the evolving needs of the captive insurance industry in the APAC region with a carefully curated theme. Stay tuned for more details as we continue to deliver insightful and impactful events for professionals in the field.

If you are interested in being part of the event or to learn about sponsorship opportunities at this event, kindly get in touch with the Labuan IBFC team at
2023 Event Agenda
8.00 AM
Registration and Morning Coffee
9.00 AM
Welcome Remarks
YBhg Datuk Iskandar Mohd Nuli, Executive Chairman cum CEO, Labuan IBFC Inc.
9.10 AM
Keynote Address
Yang Berusaha En. Nik Mohamed Din Nik Musa, Director General, Labuan Financial Services Authority
9.25 AM
Presentation – The Connected Risk Journey in Self-Insurance: Understanding What it Means
Oliver Schofield, Head of Captive and Alternative Risk Transfer, Principal Re Limited
9.55 AM
Presentation & Panel Discussion – IFRS17: What Does it Mean for Captives?

  • What is IFRS17?
  • What do Captives need to be aware of?
  • Identifying first-and third-party cell captive arrangements and its different uses
  • Dealing with rising costs when it comes to IFRS17 requirements
  • What are the next steps for Captive managers?

Roy Sharma, Chairman, Labuan International Insurance Association


  • Zainal Abidin Mohd Kassim, Actuary & Managing Director, Actuarial Partners Consulting
  • Harun @ Kannan Rajagopal, Partner, Financial Services, Ernst & Young PLT
  • Syahrul Imran Mahadzir, Director, Regulatory Policy Department, Labuan Financial Services Authority

11.00 AM
Networking Break
11.30 AM
Panel Discussion - The Connected Risk Journey in Self-Insurance

  • What is Connected Risk and what does it mean for Captives?
  • What are the emerging risks in Cyber and Employee benefits?
  • How effective have self-insurance strategies worked in making captives a viable tool?
  • Is digital risk in Captives still relevant?

Oliver Schofield, Head of Captive and Alternative Risk Transfer, Principal Re Limited

  • Abdul Halim Jantan, Chief Executive Officer, Sterling Insurance Brokers
  • Annie Undikai, Principal Officer, Brighton Management Limited
  • Nurhafizi Haris, Manager, Petronas

Sponsored by:
12.30 PM
Networking Lunch
1.45 PM
Presentation – Agility Amidst Challenges: Labuan IBFC Unveils Revised Captive Insurance Guidelines
Doreen Fadli, Head of Business Policy, Labuan Financial Services Authority
2.30 PM
Presentation – Captive 101
Fundamentals of a Captive - Everything You Need to Know

  • Why do companies form Captives
  • Key considerations: What is a Captive and what are the related opportunities?

Idzuddin Zakaria, General Manager, Business Development & Marketing, Etiqa Offshore Insurance (L) Ltd
Panel Discussion: Captive 101

  • Journey of a new Captive owner
  • The role of the Captive manager

Abdul Halim Jantan, Chief Executive Officer, Sterling Insurance Brokers


  • Aaron Gomez, Principal Officer, AirAsia Corporate Services Limited
  • Idzuddin Zakaria, General Manager, Business Development & Marketing, Etiqa Offshore Insurance (L) Ltd
  • Joan Loh, Principal Officer, LE Captive Limited
  • Nazri Wong Abdullah, Principal Officer, Park Lane PCC Limited

Presentation – Advanced Captive
So, You've Set-up a Captive, Great! What's Next?

  • What are the key factors in ensuring the long-term success of a Captive?
  • What is the uniqueness of cells and how can they be used?

Michael Dunsire, Regional Director - Captive & Insurance Management APAC,
Panel Discussion: Advanced Captive

  • Captive governance
  • How are Captives used during a hard market?

George McGhie, Captive Sub-committee member, LIIA; Strategic Adviser, APAC, 

Artex Risk Solutions


  • Annie Undikai, Principal Officer, Brighton Management Limited
  • Eddy Hon, Director, Howden PCC (L) Bhd
  • Michael Dunsire, Regional Director - Captive & Insurance Management APAC, AON

Sponsored by:

4.00 PM
Networking Break
4.30 PM
Panel Discussion - Parametric Insurance: Is it a Captivating Tool in Achieving ESG Goals?

  • Can Captives contribute to ESG goals?
  • How can companies use parametric insurance to achieve their ESG agenda
  • Could parametric insurance play an important role in certain Captives and how?
  • Could ESG and reputational risks be transferred through specialised parametric insurance?

Luke Harrison, Journalist, Captive Intelligence

  • Marine Charbonnier, Head of Captives & Facultative Underwriting, APAC & Europe, AXA XL
  • Jeffrey Khoo, Vice Chairman APAC, Arbol
  • Steve Tunstall, Captive Director & General Secretary, Pan-Asia Risk and Insurance Management Association (PARIMA)

Sponsored by:
5.30 PM
Closing Remarks
Roy Sharma, Chairman, Labuan International Insurance Association
5.35 PM
Ends with Networking
2023 Speakers

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Nik Mohamed Din Nik Musa

Director General
Labuan FSA

Nik Mohamed Din is the Director General of Labuan FSA. Prior to his appointment, Mr. Nik Mohamed Din was the Director of Money Services Business Regulation, Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) since 2016.
At Labuan FSA, he is responsible for the regulatory, supervisory, enforcement and development of the Labuan International Business Financial Centre (IBFC) which aims to be Asia’s premier financial intermediation Centre.

At his previous post at BNM, he was responsible for the regulation, supervision, policy-making and development of cross-border remittance, currency exchange and currency wholesale business in Malaysia. He joined BNM in 1991 and had served in various areas within the Central Bank, including bank regulation, Islamic banking and takaful as well as market development of international finance of the Labuan IBFC.

Mr. Nik Mohamed Din is the Vice Chairman of International Islamic Financial Market (IIFM). He is also Chairman of the Financial Stability Committee of Labuan FSA and a board of director of Financial Park (Labuan) Sdn. Bhd.

Besides holding a Chartered Banker certificate from the Asian Institute of Chartered Bankers, Mr. Nik Mohamed Din holds a Bachelor of Science in Economics and Accounting from the University of Bristol and a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Warwick.

Datuk Iskandar Mohd Nuli

Executive Chairman cum CEO
Labuan IBFC Inc.

Datuk Iskandar is the Deputy Director General of Labuan Financial Services Authority (Labuan FSA). He is currently serving in a new leadership role as the Executive Chairman of Labuan IBFC Inc. for a two-year term effective 1 February 2022.

He commenced his career in Bank Negara Malaysia and was seconded to Labuan FSA in 1996. Cumulatively, Datuk Iskandar has over 30 years of experience serving in financial services regulatory and supervisory agencies.

He brings to his new role a wealth of related knowledge and experience and will lead a dedicated and professional team in Labuan IBFC Inc. that will be focused on driving strategic business initiatives to further develop Labuan IBFC.

The appointment of Datuk Iskandar reflects the continuous commitment of Labuan FSA and the Government to position Labuan IBFC as a thriving business and financial centre under the next phase of its development.

Aaron Gomez

Principal Officer
AirAsia Corporate Services Limited 

Aaron Gomez currently serves as Managing Director, Legal & Corporate of Asia Aviation Capital Limited, AirAsia Group's leasing platform. He also oversees Group Insurance and is the principal officer and a director of AirAsia Corporate Services Limited, AirAsia's captive insurer.

Aaron joined AirAsia in 2004 and has had various legal roles within the Group. Apart from his role in the setting up and management of AirAsia's aircraft leasing platform with leasing entities in Labuan, Singapore and Ireland, he has over the years contributed pivotally to numerous cross border corporate exercises including the formation of AirAsia's affiliate airlines and other aviation and non-aviation business joint ventures for the Group.

Aaron has an LLB (Hons) from the University of London.

Abdul Halim Jantan

Sterling Insurance Brokers

Abdul Halim Jantan, FMII and a Certified Risk Management Practitioner.

A Malaysian citizen aged 66, he sits on various private company board, two public listed company board and a Commissioner for SPAN, Malaysia.

As a 43-year veteran in the practice of Risk Management and Risk Transfer, the art and science of developing an insurance solution has always been a passionate part of his life, bringing with him “across the board” hands-on experience.

As founder and CEO of Sterling Group, he runs a leading-edge insurance consultancy and transactional enterprise. With his leadership, the Sterling Group has grown from strength to strength since its establishment in 2000.

Annie Undikai

Founder and Group Managing Director
Brighton International Group Limited

Ms. Annie Undikai is the Founder and Group Managing Director of Brighton International Group Limited and has over 30 years of professional career in the insurance industry.

Annie graduated with a BA (Hons) in Accounting and Computing from the University of Kent, UK. She joined Hanafiah Raslan & Mohamad as an auditor in 1983 and moved to Evergloss Group of Companies three years later to take on the position as its Group Financial Controller.

She carved out her career in the insurance industry when she joined Etiqa Offshore Insurance (L) Ltd as the Head of Operations and Marketing in 1998. After a brief stint at Asian Runoff Management Services Sdn Bhd, Annie made the bold decision to branch out on her own and founded Brighton Management Limited in 2005.
Annie is also the Director of 5 subsidiaries within Brighton Group - Brighton Management Limited, Brighton International Management Sdn. Bhd., Brighton Management Singapore Pte Ltd, Park Lane PCC Limited and Brighton Webbie Solutions Sdn. Bhd.
Annie continues to help shape strategic thinking and policy within the Labuan insurance industry through her capacity as Deputy Chairman of Labuan International Insurance Association, Member of Economic Substance Requirement Committee and Member of Consultative Tax Committee.

Doreen Fadli

Head of Business Policy
Labuan FSA

Doreen is the Head of Business Policy at Labuan FSA. She is responsible for the formulation of developmental policies to promote businesses in Labuan IBFC. She is also on the insurance and risk assessment task forces at the authority. Prior to joining the business policy unit, she was head of the licensing department there.

Doreen is an Associate Member of The Malaysian Insurance Institute and Member of the Asian Institute of Chartered Bankers. She holds an MBA from Universiti Malaysia Sabah and a Bachelor of Accountancy with Honours from Universiti Teknologi Mara. She also holds certificates in AML/CFT and a Diploma in MII.

Eddy Hon

Howden PCC (L) Bhd

Eddy, an Associate of Risk Management, Institute of Insurance America, and Senior Associate of the Australian and New Zealand Insurance Institutes, commenced his career in insurance almost 40 years ago as an underwriter.

Now Country Manager of Howden Malaysia and the Director of Howden PCC (L) Bhd., he brings to corporate buyers a balanced and structured perspective of insurance procurement coupled with efficient and effective solutions in the management of operational and enterprise risks with the ultimate objective of a cost-effective risk management programme.

He is the practice leader for Howden Captive Consulting providing insightful and efficient solutions honed from his involvement in this alternative risk technique which commenced some 22 years ago.

George McGhie

Captive Sub-committee member,
Strategic Adviser, APAC
Artex Risk Solutions

George moved to Singapore in 1992 following 12 years in London and Bermuda and specializes in establishing and managing captive insurers and alternative risk finance mechanisms for clients, including corporations of all sizes, governments and related institutions, and industry associations. He has played a leading role in the development of solutions to help manage and finance risk across the Asia Pacific region and was recognized in 2019 by the award for Outstanding Contribution to the Development of the Captive Industry in the region.

George decided to move into independent consulting in January 2022, and now acts as the Strategic Adviser to Artex Risk Solutions in the Asia Pacific, supporting their business and clients on captive insurance and alternative risk finance matters. He has also been retained as an adviser and as non-executive director for a number of captive insurance companies in the region.

Harun @ Kannan Rajagopal

Partner, Financial Services      Ernst & Young PLT

Harun is a Partner at Ernst & Young PLT with over 20 years of experience in providing assurance and advisory services to public-listed companies, multinationals, and local corporations, specializing in insurance and takaful.

He is a leading advisor for the implementation of IFRS 17, actively involved in projects across Malaysia, Singapore, and Sri Lanka, and holds key positions in industry associations and regulatory bodies.

Idzuddin Zakaria

General Manager                      Etiqa Offshore Insurance (L) Ltd

Idzuddin have held various role and position from his notable career in Insurance. With more than 25 years of service to the industry mainstream, his experience stretched across underwriting, insurance broking and reinsurance prior to joining Etiqa Offshore.

Guided by substantive insights from his past practices, Idzuddin plays a pivotal role in Etiqa Offshore in developing value Captive proposition which includes providing counsel to business organizations who wish to venture into Captive as part of their Risk Management milestone.

Jeffrey Khoo

Vice Chairman APAC

Jeffrey Khoo is a well-respected and prominent influencer in the agriculture insurance sector. He has previously held senior appointments at various local listed and multinational companies.

Currently, Jeffrey is the Vice Chairman APAC for Arbol, an Insurtech firm that delivers cutting edge AI and Blockchain technologies. His work mainly involves parametric weather insurance and climate risk mitigation to protect crops, businesses and communities from severe weather conditions and natural disasters.

Joan Loh

Principal Officer,
LE Captive Limited

Joined the team in 2020 as Principal Officer and Technical Director of Le Captive Limited where she heads the administrative and strategic agendas of the firm. Joan has been a risk management professional for over 20 years. Prior to setting up LE Captive, Joan was responsible to oversee & manage the setting up of Manulife Insurance Labuan Limited, a Labuan entity for Manulife Malaysia, a pioneer and first-to-market offering USD denominated Universal Life insurance to High Net Worth (HNW) Malaysians. Upon completion of the entity set up, Joan continued to oversee operations of the newly established entity as Head of Concierge & Operations and prior to that as Project Manager for the Business Development division at Manulife Holdings Berhad where she oversaw the cross functional activities of various local and regional initiatives.

Joan’s contributions at Manulife Holdings Berhad (MHB) involved various roles, including overseeing the integration of business, systems and people of MAAKL Mutual Berhad (MAAKL) acquired by MHB in 2014. Other major projects include Country Project Manager for various digital initiatives like the global implementation of the cloud-based system used by both agents and staff as well as the regional implementation of a web-based project management tool used across the entire APAC region, while at the same time overseeing the company’s strategic client relationships initiatives across various stakeholders.

Luke Harrison

Captive Intelligence

Luke is a proficient insurance journalist and has reported the sector since 2021. From 2021 to 2022, he worked as a Reporter for the online publication Insurance Insider. During this period, he focused on various specialty lines, such as Political Violence, Trade Credit, Construction, Product Recall, and more. 

Luke joined Richard Cutcher at Global Captive Media in September 2022 as a Senior Reporter for Global Captive Podcast and Captive Intelligence.

He studied on the BJTC-accredited Broadcast Journalism course at the University of Leeds. Luke then went on to gain a scholarship to study for a Master’s in Financial Journalism at University of London. He is based in London but has also spent a brief spell studying journalism in Hong Kong.

Marine Charbonnier

Head of Captives & Facultative Underwriting, APAC & Europe,

Marine Charbonnier serves as the Head of Captives and Facultative Underwriting, APAC & Europe at AXA XL. In this role, she spearheads the team dedicated to captives and facultative underwriting, supporting corporate clients in conceptualizing and creating intricate structured solutions. Possessing extensive expertise in alternative risk transfer, Marine boasts an impressive 30-year track record within the industry.

She initially joined AXA Corporate Solutions (now known as AXA XL) in 2013 as the Head of Integrated Solutions & Alternative Risk Transfer. Her contributions have consistently positioned her as a prominent authority in the international captive market, earning her repeated recognition among the top 50 influential figures in the field. Notably, she clinched the title of Captive Service Professional of the Year at the 2021 European Captive Review Awards.

Michael Dunsire

Regional Director - Captive & Insurance Management, APAC

Michael has led an international career spanning in excess of 30 years in senior roles in
Captive Advisory and Alternative Risk Transfer. During his career, Michael has gained extensive knowledge not only in Captive Advisory and Management but also in Reinsurance Analytics as well as latterly also the Insurance-Linked Securities (ILS)

He has worked in roles with leading global (re)insurance entities including Hannover Re, Zurich Insurance, a Luxembourg-based Captive Manager as well as two leading global insurance brokers. Three of these roles have been as Head of Captive Advisory.
Although Michael’s experience is global, he has spent several years working in both the Latin American and European markets in leading Captive business development roles. 

Over the years he has also gained extensive knowledge in both deterministic and
stochastic analytics covering Captive retention and reinsurance analytics through to insurance solvency, capital and NAT CAT modelling.

In the 5 years prior to joining AON, Michael has operated independently as an Alternative Risk Transfer Consultant with a heavy focus on strategic and ILS business development projects for various clients in forming new ILS offshore cells as well as accessing and engaging with the ILS markets on behalf of potential sponsors and other market players.

Nazri Wong Abdullah

Principal Officer
Park Lane PCC Limited

Nazri Wong Abdullah is an experienced financial professional, with the last 10 years spent in senior management positions within the insurance industry. He also brings an extensive exposure to various industries including telecommunications, oil & gas, and construction. Before joining Brighton Management Limited, he was the Chief Executive Officer of Etiqa General Insurance (Cambodia) Plc, where he led the pioneering work and operations of the non-life insurance segment in the Kingdom of Cambodia.

Prior to that, he was with Etiqa International Holdings Sdn Bhd as its Head of International Operations & Special Projects. Nazri Wong Abdullah also spent 10 years at Etiqa Offshore Insurance (L) ltd and Etiqa Life International (L) Ltd as the Principal Officer and Head of Labuan Operations. From 2005 to 2008, he worked with IIB Insurance Brokers Sdn Bhd (a subsidiary of SEDCO Holding Group) in various capacities, with his last position as Chief Operating Officer.

Nurhafizi Haris

Senior Manager, Insurance Business, Group Risk Management

A PETRONAS scholar, Nurhafizi joined PETRONAS in November 1997 as an Insurance Executive at Group Insurance & Risk Management Department, PETRONAS. He is currently the Senior Manager (Insurance-Business), Group Risk Management, PETRONAS.

Within Group Risk Management, he was responsible in managing all insurance procurement for PETRONAS Group of Companies including Employee Benefits, Construction, Marine, Upstream, Midstream, Downstream, Financial Lines and Liability insurances.

In 2018, Nurhafizi was also appointed as the Head, Planning, Underwriting and Reinsurance for Energas Insurance (L) Ltd, a wholly owned captive insurance companies of PETRONAS Group. As a captive, Energas insure PETRONAS risks locally and globally based on its risk appetite and underwriting mandate. Energas is currently rated "A" by AM Best, one of the few captives in Asia with such rating.

Nurhafizi holds a Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Economics from University of Warwick, United Kingdom. He has also attended various energy, marine, construction and liability advanced insurance courses and seminars in Malaysia and overseas.

Oliver Schofield

Head, Captive and Alternate Risk Transfer                                      Principal Re Limited

Oliver brings more than 35 years of captive and ART experience to our clients. He has held a number of senior executive positions in the global captive and ART sectors since the mid-1980s. Oliver joined Principal Re in 2018 to develop their independent captive and ART consultancy arm in response to the growing demand from corporate clients for independent creative solutions to address the instability seen in the traditional insurance markets.

His particular focus has been the incorporation and reinsurance of captives, cell captives and association captives and a myriad of ART structures for a range of different industries from across the world. He has worked with some of the industry’s largest pure and cell captives, largest broker owned captives and leading group captives.

Oliver has been recognised as one of the most influential figures in the global captive industry having been a member of the "Captive Power 50" in 2021, 2022 and 2023 and is a member of the Labuan International Insurance Association’s Captive Sub-Committee.

Oliver graduated from the University of Southampton with a BA (Joint Honours) in French and English.

Roy Sharma

Labuan International Insurance Association 

Roy Sharma is the Principal Officer and Managing Director of an international reinsurance company based in Kuala Lumpur office. Other than being the country manager for Malaysia he is also responsible for developing and assisting their clients in Asia in certain specialized areas of insurance. His specialized areas include among others Political, Project & Credit Risk Insurance, Professional Indemnity, Management Liability Insurance, Financial Lines Insurance, Casualty Insurance, Extended Warranty Insurance and Affinity & Niche Solutions.

He read law in the City of London and was called to the Malaysian Bar as an Advocate & Solicitor. He started his career in the insurance industry in 1994 as an Insurance Broker and joined Antah Sedgwick Chartered Insurance Brokers, thereafter he joined, Aon Risk Services Malaysia and Aon Risk Services Singapore. In April 2006 Roy then joined Arthur J Gallagher Asia (L) Bhd a reinsurance broker that was rebranded as Asia Reinsurance Brokers (Labuan) Ltd in 2008 after a management buy out and was its MD since 2007.

Roy is also the President Commissioner of PT ARB Indonesia and a Board member of ARB’s parent company. Roy is the current Chairman of the Labuan International Insurance Association.

Steve Tunstall

Captive Director & General Secretary

Over thirty years of experience owning, running and future proofing companies, mostly in Asia. Experienced CEO, MD & Chair, managing teams of up to 500 employees

Currently: Director/Chair for several Captive & ILS vehicles regulated in Singapore, Hong Kong, Dubai, IOM and Guernsey . Co-Founder: Pan Asia Risk and Insurance Management Association

● Head Compliance, Insurance, Legal and Risk, Cathay Pacific Airways
● VP Risk, Genting Casinos
● MD Jardine Schindler Lifts Singapore

MSc Project Management & Risk, BSc Surveying, Diploma M&E Engineering, MIRM, MBCI, MACostE, MSID, MRICS, MSID

Syahrul Imran Mahadzir

Director, Regulatory Policy
Labuan FSA

Syahrul Imran Mahadzir is the Director of the Regulatory Policy Department at Labuan Financial Services Authority (Labuan FSA). He currently oversees the development of prudential regulations and AML/CFT framework for the Labuan financial market.

He obtained his Masters in Actuarial Science from the Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, Scotland in 2003 and is an affiliate member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), United Kingdom.

Since joining Labuan FSA in 2013, Syahrul has been spearheading the upscaling of Labuan’s prudential regulations vis-à-vis international standards. This includes transitioning the Labuan banks into Basel II and Basel III requirements; introducing risk-based capital for Labuan insurance business; enhancing captives’ solvency framework and streamlining the financial reporting practices for the market. His responsibility was later expanded in 2015 to oversee Labuan IBFC’s market development and tax policies. In this strategic role, he was heavily involved in formulating forward charting plans for the Centre; introducing the Labuan digital financial services; developing the Labuan business substance requirements; as well as promoting captive business developments.

Syahrul started his career in Bank Negara Malaysia, and subsequently was engaged by MNRB Holdings Berhad and Perbadanan Insurans Deposit Malaysia (Malaysia Insurance Deposit Corporation); prior to joining Labuan FSA. Collectively, he has 25 years of experience overseeing regulatory development, market strategies, supervisory monitoring, and enterprise risk management.

Zainal Abidin Mohd Kassim

Actuary & Managing Director
Actuarial Partners Consulting

Zainal is the Managing Director of Actuarial Partners Consulting, and a pioneer in the actuarial field in Malaysia. He has been in consulting since 1982. His consulting experience spans the full spectrum of actuarial services including life and general insurance consulting, family and general Takaful consulting, retirement and employee benefit consulting and investment consulting. He was among the first five Malaysians to qualify as a Fellow of an actuarial professional body.

With the benefit of a long and diverse career in actuarial consulting, he currently specializes in the strategic aspects of takaful, insurance, IFRS 17 and retirement consulting. 

He was a member of the International Accounting Standards Board Working Group in London which reviewed proposed changes to IAS 19, accounting for pensions and other retirement benefits. He is on the Malaysian Accounting Standards Board WG52 which was entrusted to provide feedback on IFRS 17 during the formulation phase on behalf of the Board. He subsequently sat in the MASB Transitional Resource Group on the implementation of IFRS 17 for takaful.

He is a Fellow of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries of the UK, a Fellow of the Actuarial Society of Malaysia, Fellow of the Singapore Actuarial Society and an Associate of the Society of Actuaries in the USA. He is a past President of the Actuarial Society of Malaysia.

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Sime Darby Convention Centre
1A, Jalan Bukit Kiara 1, Bukit Kiara,
60000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur,  Malaysia.
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