En Khalili Bin Buyong graduated from University Kebangsaan Malaysia in 1990 with a degree in economics. With 30 years of experience in supervision of banks, cooperatives, money services business, and internal audits, En Khalili has proven himself to be a dedicated and proactive financial and banking professional.
He started his career with Bank Negara Malaysia from 1990 to 2004 under its Supervision Department where he acted as both team member and team leader in the examination of commercial banks, finance companies, investment banks, and development financial institutions. He was involved in the investigation of Rakyat Merchant Bank and cooperative fiasco, as well as in the currency control exercise at the Johor Baharu Custom, Immigration, and Quarantine.
From 2005 to 2008 he took part in setting up the supervision department of Suruhanjaya Koperasi Malaysia. He was also a team leader for the examination of big cooperatives such as Koperasi Bank Persatuan, MOCCIS, Koperasi Polis, NASCO, and Koperasi Guru-Guru Melayu Semenanjung. Later in 2009, he was involved in the transformation of Bank Negara’s Internal Audit department where he constantly submitted audit results in a timely manner through painstaking planning and execution, as well as persuasion tactics. In 2012, he was promoted to Supervisor by Bank Negara Malaysia under its Money Services Business Department to asses the relicensing exercise of the Money Services Business operator under the new Money Services Business Act 2011. He was also the Chief Risk Officer at Coopbank Persatuan, from 2015-2019.
Presently En Khalili is the Possessing leadership qualities and excellent multitasking skills with an eye for detail, he is always determined and persistent in meeting targets, leaving no stone unturned in going beyond expectations.