Nur Fazlim Bt M. Mohamed Kunju had been serving various financial institutions for the last 12 years.
She is a Certified Compliance Officer (CAMCO-Asian School of Banking) and a Certified Trainer accredited for the 2nd term by the Finance Accreditation Agency (FAA).
She started her career as a Quantity Surveyor and subsequently, a Senior Project Manager to which she was responsible for handling a variety of commercial and residential projects in the Construction Industry for 13 years. She then transitioned to the Money Service Business industry as a Compliance Officer, a role that she was passionate about ever since. Throughout her career, Nur Fazlim has spearheaded compliance and risk reforms in the various financial institutions that she has served and is well-regarded as a Head of Compliance within the industry.
A testament to this is that upon joining the Fin-Tech startup MoneyMatch, she has helped the organization grow to become one of the first Malaysian -owned companies to graduate from the Financial Technology Regulatory Sandbox Framework of Central Bank of Malaysia and classed as a Class B remittance service provider. Additionally, MoneyMatch was also granted approval to be an eKYC provider as well as to operate with an increased threshold limit of B2B (business-to-busines) transaction for the organization.
She was then transitioned, becoming the Head of Compliance of Axiata Digital Ecode Sdn Bhd (BOOST), an E-Money Issuer licensed under Central Bank of Malaysia. Under her leadership, Axiata Digital Ecode has been granted multiple products approvals including a new license, Merchant Acquiring Business License by the Central Bank of Malaysia which has helped it in its expansion being one of the major E-Money Issuer in Malaysia.
As a testament to her work and dedication, she had recently joined a new fintech entity in Malaysia, MyMy Payments Malaysia Sdn Bhd, a wholly owned entity by MyMy Holdings Pte Ltd, based in Australia in a C-Level position as the Chief Compliance Officer, to spearhead the compliance programme for MyMy financial services entities in Malaysia, Brunei, Australia and United Kingdom.
With a passion for teaching, she believes that educating the future generation of Compliance and Risk officers is key in combatting financial crime, especially in the Fin-Tech sphere. She had been invited as a speaker and as a panelist for the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS), Islamic Fintech Summit, Finance Accreditation Agency (FAA), LawTech Malaysia, UAE Exchange Global, NovaTech, FortNynja, Napier, Refinitiv and became one of the Mentor in E Fintech School APAC Region organized by FortNynja, Singapore in 2020.
She had been recently awarded as Top 25 Women Leaders in Financial Technology APAC Region 2020 by The Financial Technology Report from USA.