Armstrong Industrial Corporation: The Singapore-based precision engineering solutions provider appointed Sin Wan Lin group chief financial officer on September 1. She joined the company from Ernst & Young where she was most recently a senior audit manager.
Besunyen Holdings Company: Wong Chi Keung was appointed CFO of the China-based therapeutic tea products company on September 1. He replaced Chien Kun who resigned on the same day. Wong has more than 20 years of accounting and finance experience. He holds a bachelor and master degree in business administration from the Chinese University of Hong Kong and the Australian Graduate School of Management, respectively. In addition, he is a fellow member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants and a member of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
Breadtalk Group: The Singapore-based bakery, restaurant and food court operator will appoint Yeo Kia Yeow group CFO on November 3. He will replace Lee Khia Yee who will resign on September 7. Yeo will join the company from Food Empire Holdings where he has been CFO for more than four years.
KS Energy: Wong Heang Tuck was promoted to CFO of the Singapore-based energy services provider on September 1. He replaced Wong Soon Yin who resigned a day earlier. Wong joined the company as deputy CFO earlier this year from ChemOne Holdings where he was CFO for just one year.
Lijin International Pharmaceutical: The Hong Kong-listed medicine and pharmaceutical products company appointed Chow Hing Yeung CFO on August 26. He replaced Sze Wing Kin who resigned on the same day. Chow has more than 11 years of auditing, accounting and financial management experience and holds a bachelor degree in business administration from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. In addition, he is a member of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
Shanghai Asia Holdings: Ng Say Than will be appointed CFO of the China-based integrated packaging and branding solutions provider on September 11. He will replace Tung Kum Hon who will resign a day earlier. Ng will join the company from a global multinational corporation where he has held several senior financial, general management and commercial roles for more than 15 years.