Treasury appointments, July 5

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

Dapai International Holdings: The China-based luggage and backpack manufacturer appointed Ng Kiat Peen chief financial officer on July 1. He replaces Lam Pong Sui who will resign on July 15. Ng joined the company from China Angel Food where he was CFO for two years. He holds a bachelor degree in accounting and finance from the Curtin University of Technology and is a member of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Singapore.

Hai Leck Holdings: Ling Tien Yew was appointed CFO of the Singapore-based project and maintenance services company on July 1. He replaced Yow Hon Meng who resigned on the same day. He joined the company from Zhongguo Pengjie Fabrics where he was financial controller for more than three years.

HL Technology Group: The Hong Kong-based consumer electronics cable assembly provider appointed Tan Soon Hoe CFO on July 1. He replaced Li Jianming who resigned as CFO on the same day, but will remain as an executive director. Tan joined the company from Piper Jaffray Asia where he was a vice-president in the investment banking division. He holds a master degree from the London School of Economics and Political Science and is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales.

Lafe Corporation: Paul Binney was appointed CFO of the Singapore-listed computer magnetic head manufacturer on June 28. He replaced Li Yung Kan who was only appointed in December last year.

SouthGobi Resources: The Hong Kong-listed integrated exploration, development and coal mining company appointed Matthew O’Kane CFO on June 28. He replaced Terry Krepiakevich who resigned on the same day. O’Kane joined the company in January this year from Volvo Car Australia where he was finance and executive director for more than four years. He holds a bachelor degree in business and a master in business administration from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology.

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