TEMERLOH 24 April 2017: Datuk Rosyam Noor watched a PNB Development home exhibition with Ketua Pegawai Eksekutif PNB Development En Mohd Salem Kailany (right) was held at Tapak Pameran Minggu Amanah Saham Malaysia.
Temerloh, April 24 - PNBD has chosen Datuk Rosyam Nor as Investment Idol for Minggu Saham Amanah Malaysia (MSAM) 2017 that was held at Temerloh from 20 - 25 April 2017. As PNBD investment idol, he was in invited to be part of panelist session in ASNB Santai Labur program to share his personal experience and knowledge in property investment.
In the program, Datuk has mesmerized the audiences with his struggle in building up his career and slowly doing his own saving with ASNB and finally satisfied in getting his own property in Bangi.
"You have a positive mind and make continuous effort to achieve it, said Datuk during the ASNB Santai Labur yesterday".
En Mohd Salem Kailany; PNBD CEO was very pleased with Datuk Rosyam Nor's contribution to the community as he always motivate and mentoring publics with his story from "zero to hero". " He is a good investment idol that each one of us should admire especially the young generation said En Salem.
Datuk had a brief meet and greet session at PNBD booth after the session end. Datuk received tremendeous applaud by his loyal fan.
This is PNBD 2nd participation in MSAM event and for 2017, PNB Value Homes was the main attraction for the public. PNBD also promoting Kota Seriemas township including Ramadhan buffet from Kota Seriemas Golf and Country Club (KSGCC).
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