Muhammad Nizamuddin Abdul Hamid
Nizam founded Messrs Nizamuddin Hamid & Co in 2010 which was later rebranded to Messrs Zharif Nizamuddin. He possesses vast experience in corporate and commercial transactions. He has worked with clients from various disciplines and market sectors, including large public listed institutions, aspiring SMEs and high net worth individuals, helping them leverage profitable ventures.
Prior to establishing his own legal practice, Nizam practised in one of the largest regional law firms, based in Malaysia, where he had the opportunity to represent his clients in disputes involving highly complex and contentious matters.
He has appeared in all superior courts in Malaysia and has also appeared in the International War Crimes Tribunal as well as the International Sports Tribunal for football related matters. Nizam also gained invaluable experience during his brief stint with Sime Darby Plantations Sdn Bhd where he focused on corporate and commercial matters.
As the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) former General Counsel, he played a vital part in establishing the ground works for the inception of Football Malaysia LLP (FMLLP), currently known as Malaysian Football League (MFL).
He has also served as the executive committee for a renowned Super League football team and for his alma mater, Royal Military College Alumnus Association. Nizam is currently a shareholder and director of the Enervive Group of Companies, an investment group involved in real estate, renewables (solar), water treatment technologies and sports (facilities, apparels and consultancy).
Nizam was admitted as Advocate & Solicitor in the High Court of Malaya in 2010. He holds a Bachelor of Legal Studies (Hons) and a Bachelor of Laws (Hons) from Universiti Teknologi MARA. He formerly debated at national and international levels for his alma mater, Universiti Teknologi MARA.
Bachelor of Legal Studies (Honours), 2008
Bachelor of Laws (Honours), 2009
Universiti Teknologi Mara (UITM)
Advocate & Solicitor in the
High Court of Malaya, 2010