These are Singapore companies which announced personnel changes on Monday, 13 September 2021: Singapore Exchange (SGX), Hiap Hoe and SingHaiyi Group.
Singapore Exchange’s (SGX) Jane Diplock, age 72, a non-executive, non-independent director, will be retiring from office by rotation at the end of the annual general meeting on 7 October 2021, the exchange said in filing Monday.
Diplock, who was a member of the board and a member of the audit and risk management committees, was appointed to her role in 2011, the filing said. She holds 6,883 SGX shares, the filing said.
Singapore Exchange’s (SGX) Ng Wai King, age 54, a non-executive independent director will be be retiring from his role at the end of the annual general meeting on 7 October 2021, as he is being considered for an appointment which requires him to address potential conflicts of interest, the exchange said in a filing Monday.
Ng, who was appointed to his role in 2018, is a member of the board and a member of the remuneration and staff development committee, the filing said. Ng holds 4,306 SGX shares, the filing said.
Hiap Hoe Ltd. said Monday Yah Ah Lay, Callie, age 55, will cease to be chief operating officer, effective 16 September, to pursue other interests. She was appointed to the position on 19 April, Hiap Hoe said in a filing to SGX.
The filing said there were no unresolved differences of opinion on material matters between Yah and the board of directors.
SingHaiyi Group said Monday Mary Chan Man-Fong, age 55, tendered her resignation as the general manager, project development, to pursue other career opportunities.
The retirement will be effective on 30 September, the company said in a filing to SGX, noting she had been appointed to the position in October 2020.
Mary Chan’s duties will be taken over by Catherine Chang, the technical director for project development and sales administration, the filing said.