Executive moves: Aspen Glove managing director to step down

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Aspen (Group) said Monday Iskandar Basha Bin Abdul Kadir, age 62, would step down as managing director of Aspen Glove, effective 30 June, the company said in a filing to SGX Monday.

Iskandar, who was appointed to the role in September 2020, resigned due to Aspen Glove’s plan to significantly scale down its operations, the filing said.

Aspen said President and CEO Murly Manokharan would take over Iskandar’s responsibilities.

Iskandar holds 5 percent of Aspen Glove’s share capital, the filing said.

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