Treasury appointments, November 9

A round-up of the latest CFO and treasurer moves from around the region.

China Sunergy: The China-based solar cell designer, developer and manufacturer appointed Chen Yongfei as financial controller on November 2. He assumed some of the responsibilities of Siegfried Yi Chou Hsu who resigned as chief financial officer on October 31, and will report to chief executive Stephen Zhifang Cai until the company finds a new CFO. Chen was previously general manager of the finance department at China Electric Equipment Group, China Sunergy's affiliated company, and holds a bachelor degree in industrial management from Yanshan University.

Equation Corporation: Lim Hui Chee was appointed group finance director of the Singapore-based company on November 1. She will replace the current group finance director, Tan Kian, who will resign on December 10. She holds a masters degree in applied finance from Macquarie University, and is a member of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Singapore and a fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants.

Memtech International: The Singapore-based automotive industries, information technology equipment and mobile phone component solutions provider appointed Ho Liam Shin as CFO on November 1. He will head the finance team and assist the group chairman, Chuang Wen Fu, on all finance and accounting related operations. Ho has more than 16 years of finance and accounting experience and was previously the CFO of Konzen Group. In addition, he holds a bachelor degree in business from Deakin University and is a Certified Public Accountant of Australia and Singapore.

Phoenix Petroleum Philippines: Joseph John L Long was appointed CFO of the Philippine-based refined petroleum products trader and oil depot and storage facilities operator on November 2. He has more than 30 years of experience in foreign exchange broking and investment banking, analysis and corporate treasury and was most recently the CFO and vice-president of operations at Primeworld Digital Systems. He holds a bachelor degree in management of financial institutions from De La Salle University and a post graduate degree from the Asian Institute of Management.

Sinwa: The Singapore-based marine supply and logistics company appointed Albert Chew Khat Khiam as CFO on November 2. He is the replacement for the current CFO, Teo Kheng Lin, who will resign on November 23. Chew will be responsible for the company’s financial management and treasury operations.

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