Partner Profile
  • MAI
    Malaysia Automotive Institute (MAI), is an agency under the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI). Serving as the focal point, coordination centre and think tank for the nation's automotive industry, it functions to enhance technology, human capital, supply chain, market outreach and aftersales capabilities of all automotive stakeholders and ecosystems.

  • CIFA
    The CIFA Foundation was created at the initiative of a group of financial entrepreneurs to face the increasing number of regulations and the growing complexity of markets. Its mission is to strengthen the role of independent financial advisors (IFAs) at the international level in order to better defend the interests of investors. CIFA has chosen Geneva, one of the world capitals of wealth management and headquarters of many international organisations, to establish its permanent organisation.

  • ACFA
    ACFA was created in 2000 as a not-for-profit organization to promote the use of clean fuels in Asia and the Middle East. We believe that the use of clean fuels is one of the most compelling answers to improving the quality of air. Our mission is to promote and advance the interests of stakeholders in the use of clean fuels that benefit the environment by leveraging the economic, technical and environmental attributes of these fuels. ACFA operates by the principles of sound science and technology, cost efficiency and sustainability of the environment. ACFA focuses on fuel quality improvement and harmonization in the regions. We provide scientific information and data as well as technical expertise and knowledge to several national policymaking bodies to empower their clean fuels programs and efforts. We also collaborate with the oil and auto industries, non-government organisations (NGOs) and the academia to facilitate a scientific approach to fuels legislation across the region. ACFA is a proud partner of the United Nations Environment Program Partnership for Clean Fuels and Vehicles (UNEP-PCFV) and a Coordinating Council Member of Clean Air Initiatives for Asian Cities (CAI-Asia). ACFA publishes three different newsletters – Fuel for Thoughts, In Focus and In Conversation, to provide updated information on clean fuels and air quality. To subscribe to these complimentary newsletters, please visit www.acfa.org.sg. If you have further queries, please contact Ms Nurfarahislinda, Communications Manager, Asian Clean Fuels Association at e-mail: linda@acfa.org.sg.

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