Telecom Career: Morten Lundal to step down as Maxis CEO

07 Nov 2017
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Maxis CEO to step down

Morten Lundal (pictured) will be stepping down from his position as chief executive officer of Maxis next year after serving the Malaysian telecoms operator for nearly five years.

In a filing with Bursa Malaysia, Maxis said Lundal will be leaving the company when his contract expires on March 31, 2018. No official reason was provided, and Maxis will reveal a successor in due course, the operator said.

Lundal joined Maxis as CEO back in October 2013, bringing over 16 years of experience in the telecoms industry onboard. He was previously CEO of Digi, before joining Vodafone in various global positions within the British telecoms giant in 2008.

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