Radzi Bin Haji Mansor

Commissioner Tan Sri Dato’ Ir Md. Radzi bin  Haji Mansor is the former Chairman of the Board of the Directors of Telekom Malaysia and its Group of companies.  He was a visionary for continuous improvements and enabled Telekom Malaysia to be positioned as a high quality network operator for domestic, mobile and broadband services.  During his tenure with Telekom Malaysia of over 40 years, the company navigated major transformations that involved multiple generations of technology deployments, market competition, and international growth.  He previously served the company as Director of Operations, Director of Marketing and Customer Services, Regulatory and External Affairs.  He was appointed Pro-Chancellor of Multimedia University, a strategic priority for Telekom Malaysia to develop technical competence and innovation in the region.  In a similar vein, he was a founder of Universiti Telekom, the first specialized private university to be licensed in Malaysia, later known as Multimedia University.


Commissioner Mansor began in government as a telecommunications engineer and went through various technical and managerial positions in the government’s department dealing with telecommunications; he retired as Director General when the department was privatized in 1987.

In recognition of his outstanding achievements in the telecommunications sector, Commissioner Mansor was awarded the PSM, which carries the title “Tan Sri” conferred by the Federal Government of Malaysia.  He has also been conferred with the DSPN, which carries the title of “Dato’, from his home state of Penang.

Commissioner Mansor has served on the Board of Directors for over 20 public companies and professional organizations in Africa and the South East Asia region.  He currently serves as the Chairman of Kumpulan Fima Berhad and Independent-Director of Mewah International Inc. (MII) (Singapore).

GIIC Citation

The GIIC recognizes Tan Sri Dato’ Ir. Md. Radzi bin Haji Mansor for his leadership through the major telecom transformations of four decades, for his influence in bringing innovation and excellence in information infrastructure to the South East Asia region, and for his extensive service as an advisor and overseer through corporate governance.

By The Numbers


change agent roles (privatization, competition, Internet, mobile, international)


countries actively supported in SE Asia


Boards of Directors Served

Policy Contributions

Commissioner contributions are shown in the context of the 8i Framework.

8 Ingredient (8i) Framework of Information Infrastructure