LEADING THROUGH ADVERSITIES: LOOKING FOR “FIRST-MOVER” ADVANTAGE TO SURVIVE THE PANDEMIC!
How are women being impacted by COVID-19, and how are they leading to address the challenges faced by others? To learn, The Women’s Forum for the Economy and Society is conducting a series of interviews with women entrepreneurs and ambassadors for women’s empowerment around the world.
These interviews are unveiling unique insights into the far-reaching impacts of Covid-19, and the diverse ways these inspiring women are responding to the crisis with leadership and innovation.
Datuk Shireen Ann Zaharah Muhiudeen, Founder, Corston-Smith Asset Management
Datuk Shireen Ann Zaharah binti Muhiudeen is the founder of Corston-Smith Asset Management. She set up Corston-Smith after 12 years with the global insurance company, AIG. In all, she has more than 30 years of focused fund management expertise. In recognition of her work in the industry, she was named one of the 25 most influential women in the Asia-Pacific region for asset management by Asian Investor in 201, and she was honoured by Forbes Asia as one of the 50 Asia’s Power Businesswomen 2014. Datuk Shireen is a former Non-Executive Chairwoman of Bursa Malaysia, and a member of the International Advisory Panel for Labuan International Business and Financial Centre.