Singapore companies announcing executive changes: Raffles Infrastructure Holdings, OUE Lippo Healthcare, Beng Kuang Marine, Dragon Group International and Avarga Ltd.
Raffles Infrastructure Holdings
Raffles Infrastructure Holdings said Monday its CEO and Executive Director Eric Choo Han Kiat, age 48, has resigned, effective 31 January, to pursue other personal interests and to devote more time to his other commitments.
Choo was appointed to his role in 2017, the filing said.
OUE Lippo Healthcare
OUE Lippo Healthcare said Sunday it has appointed Joelle Lee Siew Hong, age 50, as chief operating officer, effective Monday.
From February 2020 to December 2021, Lee has been the Singapore CEO at Luye Medical Group, and from 2017 to 2020, she was the chief health officer at NTUC Income Insurance, OUE Lippo Healthcare said in a filing to SGX.
Lee has a master of nursing qualification from the National University of Singapore and a bachelor of nursing from the University of Southern Queensland, the filing said.
Beng Kuang Marine
Beng Kuang Marine said Monday Chua Beng Yong, age 60, has been re-designated to executive chairman from executive director, effective Monday.
Executive Director Chua Meng Hua and Chua Beng Hock, who is the director of Beng Kuang Marine’s principal subsidiaries, are boththe brothers of Chua Beng Yong, the company said in a filing to SGX.
Chua Beng Yong has a direct interest in 6.33 million shares of the company, representing a 3.18 percent stake, the filing said.
Dragon Group International
Dragon Group International said Sunday Lim Boon Liat Timothy, age 56, would resign as executive director, effective immediately, to focus on his other commitments. He was appointed to the role in 2009, the company said in a filing to SGX.
Avarga Ltd. said Monday it appointed Lim Gooi Hwa, age 59, as CEO of wholly owned subsidiary UPP Pulp & Paper Sdn. Bhd., effective Monday.
Lim will have overall responsibility for Avarga’s paper manufacturing business in Malaysia, including strategic planning and direction and operations, the company said in a filing to SGX.
From April 2018 to November 2021, Lim was the general director of IDS Medical Systems (idsMED) Vietnam, the filing said.