Treasury appointments, July 19

A roundup of the latest CFO and treasurer moves from around the region.

China Investment Fund Company: Luk Hong Mam was appointed financial controller of the Hong Kong-based security investment company on July 18. He joined the company from China Public Procurement where he was responsible for overseeing the accounting and finance department. Luk holds bachelor degrees in law and commerce from the University of London and the University of Alberta respectively.

China Oilfield Technology Services: The China-based oil recovery customised integrated equipment and products manufacturer announced the resignation of financial controller Li Yuan on July 11. Li joined the company in April last year and was promoted to financial controller at the beginning of May this year to replace Wong Yuk who resigned as chief financial officer in December last year.

China Overseas Grand Oceans Group: Wang Man Kwan was appointed CFO of the Hong Kong-based property development and investment company on July 11. He replaced Xiang Hong who resigned as CFO and was re-designated vice-president of the company on the same day. Wang holds a bachelor degree from Hong Kong Polytechnic University. In addition, he is a fellow member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants and the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

Renewable Energy Asia: The Singapore-based investment holding company, which provides management services for subsidiaries engaged in fastener manufacturing and surface treatment, appointed Soh Yeow Hwa group financial controller on July 15. He assumed the responsibilities of finance managers Joanne Song and Wong Chun Fye who temporarily replaced Yap Koon Loong after he resigned at the end of April this year. Soh joined the company from Asia Environment Holdings where he was financial controller for two years.

Want Want China Holdings: Tai Ming Fang was appointed acting CFO of the China-based rice crackers, dairy products and beverages and snack foods manufacturer on July 15. He assumed the responsibilities of Chu Chi Wen who resigned on the same day. Tai is also currently head of the treasury division for the company. He holds a bachelor degree in international trade from the National Chengchi University and a master in business administration from the University of Houston.

Vashion Group: The Singapore-based electronics manufacturing services provider appointed Wan Tin Yau finance manager on July 15. He replaced Priscilla Tan who resigned at the end of last month. Wan joined the company from accounting firm GDP CPA where he was a director for about four months.

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