Treasury appointments, June 1

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

Afor: The Singapore-based computer product distributor announced the appointment of chief financial officer (CFO) Joanne Oi Keng Chua to replace current CFO Omar Ong who leaves the company on July 29. Chua has more than 25 years of finance and accounting experience in various commercial sectors and Asean countries. She will be responsible for providing leadership and direction for all aspects of financial planning, internal control compliance, financial reporting, IT and legal matters for the company and its subsidiaries.

China Environment: The waste gas treatment solutions provider announced that it has appointed Chiar Choon Teck CFO to replace outgoing CFO Tey Huey Bin today. Chiar joins China Environment from Baker Tilly TFWLCL where he was an audit manager and will be responsible for the accounting functions, internal control and staff management at the company.

China Healthcare: Lim Meng Seng was appointed financial controller of the Singapore-based medical centre and nursing home operator on May 24. He joined China Healthcare from Mitsui Electronics Asia where he was also financial controller. Lim is responsible for the financial management and accounting functions of the company.

China Kangda Food Company: Charles Chi Fai Li was appointed CFO and joint company secretary of the Hong Kong-based frozen and processed food producer on May 25. He replaced Leung Ting Yuk who resigned from both positions the same day. Li is a member of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants and a member of the Australian Certified Practicing Accountants. He has more than 13 years of experience in financial auditing, accounting and company secretarial services and holds a bachelor of economics degree from Monash University.

China Yuanbang Property Holdings: The Singapore-based property developer promoted Lee Man Tai to CFO from financial controller on May 27. He is also company secretary. Lee is responsible for the preparation of financial statements and reviewing and developing effective financial policies and control procedures. He has more than five years accounting experience and holds a bachelor degree in business administration from Lingnan University. In addition, he is a member of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

Spice I2I: Kul Taran Singh Anand was appointed CFO of the Singapore-based voice, data and computing services provider on May 27. He replaced Avedhesh Kumar Tayal who was promoted to senior vice-president of the group. Anand has more than 27 years of finance and accounting experience and is a qualified chartered accountant from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India in addition to holding a masters degree in commerce.

Union Steel Holdings: The Singapore-based iron, steel and metal dealer announced the appointment of group financial controller Sie Lay Yung on May 25 to replace Catherine Chang who will leave the company on June 18. Sie left her position as group finance manager at Eastern Holdings in March and will now be responsible for overseeing Union Steel Holdings' financial management.

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