Felix Miller

Felix Miller
chief corporate services
Felix Miller is responsible for overseeing CFF’s internal operations infrastructure to ensure service integration and effectiveness. The Corporate Services Division consists of the Administration and Facilities Management, Human Resources, Finance and Audit and Information Technologies units.

Felix started his career in the plantation industry  with Kumpulan Guthrie and today has over 35 years of experience. Prior to joining CFF, he was the Senior Vice President of Horticulture with Malaysian Agrifood Corporation and was involved in establishing greenhouses using high technology in the horticultural sector. Felix also has exposure in IT industry where he took up the role of the General Manager of Asia Online Ltd and whilst with Kumpulan Utusan, he led the business systems re-engineering initiatives. Felix holds a degree in Biology from University of Madras and a MBA from Universiti Pertanian Malaysia.
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