TA Investment Opens New Kuala Lumpur Business Hub

November 23, 2021

TA Investment Opens New Kuala Lumpur Business Hub

TA Group subsidiary, TA Investment Management Bhd (TAIM), has expanded its presence in Malaysia with the opening of a new business hub at the 33rd level of Menara TA One in Kuala Lumpur.

The facilities at the new business hub will include client meeting spaces, a training room and spacious conference rooms, reported the New Straits Times (NST).

TA Enterprise Bhd (TAE) Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer Datin Alicia Tiah described the establishment of the new business hub right in the heart of Kuala Lumpur as a strategic move aimed at strengthening the market position of TAIM.

She hopes the office space at Menara TA One will serve as a hub for consultants eyeing to expand their business with TAIM, propelling the company forward.

“This new business hub is instrumental to the business’s growth and success and we look forward to creating greater milestones in the coming years,” she said as quoted by NST.

TAIM is a unit of TA Securities Holdings Bhd, which is TAE’s fully-owned subsidiary.

The company has witnessed rapid growth in recent years. As of 31 July 2021, TAIM’s total assets under management grew by over 1000% to RM11.39 billion from RM1 billion in 2016.

 

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