These are Singapore companies which announced personnel changes on Monday, 20 September 2021: CapitaLand Investment.
This item was originally published on Monday, 20 September 2021 at 9:07 a.m. SGT; it has since been updated to include China Environment, Singapore Kitchen Equipment and Singapore Paincare Holdings.
CapitaLand Investment said Monday it has tapped two new appointees to its leadership council, effective by end-November.
Simon Treacy will become CEO of private equity real estate, the company said in a filing to SGX. Previously, Treacy was manging director, global chief investment officer and head of U.S. equity for BlackRock Real Estate, the filing said.
Patrick Boocock will take the role of CEO of private equity alternative investments, in charge of building and growing CLI’s private fund business in alternative assets and expanding its unlisted fund portfolios, the filing said. Boocock was previously managing partner and head of Asia at Brookfield Asset Management, the filing said.
China Environment said Monday Norman Winata, executive director and executive chairman, would exit the role, effective Monday.
Winata, age 40, who was appointed in 2016, left the roles due to a personal family commitment, the company said in a filing to SGX. He is the son of substantial shareholder Dharman Rustam Winata, the filing said.
Singapore Kitchen Equipment
Singapore Kitchen Equipment said Monday Tan Bee Kiew, age 68, has resigned as chairman and independent non-executive director, effective Monday, for medical reasons requiring rest and treatment, as advised by a doctor. Tan was appointed to her roles in 2013, the company said in a filing to SGX.
As a result of Tan’s resignation, Lim Chee San will assume the roles of chairman and chairman of the nominating committee, and Ang Chiang Meng will take the role of chairman of the audit committee and cease to be chairman of the nominating committee, while remaining a member of the committee, the filing said.
Singapore Paincare Holdings
Singapore Paincare Holdings said Monday it appointed Leow Yong Kin, age 50, as financial controller of the company, effective Monday. Leow is currently a business consultant at AccountsPro Consulting Services and from 2014-2017, he was the chief financial officer at China Great Land Holdings, the company said in a filing to SGX.