MR. HENN TAN
Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director
Mr. Tan is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Company. Mr. Tan has been an Executive Director since the Company’s inception. As Chairman and CEO, he is responsible for leading Management in building and developing the Group’s operations as well as strengthening its management structure for future growth and expansion. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from University of Ireland.
Mr. Tan has more than 20 years’ experience in the electronics industry and has received the following awards:
He is a Director of Ren Ci Hospital Limited since Nov 2010. He does not hold any directorship or chairmanship in other listed companies presently and over the preceding three years.
DR. LONG MING FAI EDWIN
Executive Director cum Deputy Chief Executive Officer
Dr Long joined the Board on 15 May 2015.
Dr Long is the President of Digiland International Ltd, a public company listed on the SGX-ST.
He has more than 25 years of experience in the business management, operations and product development of IT electronics and consumer electronics products. He was also instrumental in starting up various electronics companies developing and marketing IT products and appliances.
He holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) in Mechanical Engineering and a Ph.D. in Engineering.
He is also the Hon Secretary of the Chartered Management Institute Singapore.
MR. KHOR PENG SOON
Lead Independent Director
Mr Khor joined the Board on 4 Feb 2013.
He is the Chairman of ONI Global Pte Ltd. In this capacity, he oversees the company’s GNC retail operations and shops in Singapore, Malaysia, Taiwan and Australia as well as its operations and retail shops in the People’s Republic of China under the company’s own RichLife brand. He is also the Managing Director of JP Ying Advisory and the Executive Director of Reborne Pte Ltd. He sits on the board of another publicly listed company and the boards of several other private companies. Mr. Khor previously held senior management positions in Temasek Holdings, SembCorp, Ernst & Young and the EDB.
He holds a Master of Engineering Science (Industrial Engineering) degree from the University of New South Wales, Australia.
MR. CHAY YEE MENG
Independent Non-Executive Director
Mr. Chay Yee Meng, a Singapore Chartered Accountant (Fellow member), began his working career as an Audit and Tax Accountant with Arthur Young & Company (now known as Ernst & Young) in 1980 immediately after he earned his degree in Accountancy from Nanyang University.
In 1982, he joined General Motors Singapore Finance department for five years handling accounting, costing and managing financial systems. In 1987, he was named Director and Financial Controller of SCI Manufacturing, then the largest US based electronics contract manufacturing company in the world. He was later named as SCI’s Asia Regional Controller.
In 1992, Mr. Chay co-founded Natsteel Electronics Pte Ltd, taking over a company which was about to be liquidated. As founding director and CFO of the company, Chay and his team of management, successfully turned the company into strong profitability and continued to grow the company for the next five years. In 1997, Natsteel Electronic Ltd ( NEL ) launched the largest IPO in Singapore with a market capitalization in excess of $700 million. In the following years, Chay was involved in setting up a number of overseas units via greenfield and M&A. That included the financing of such new setups in new equity and bond markets as well as corporate syndicated debt funding in excess of S$1 billion.
In 2000, NEL had become the 5th largest contract manufacturer in the world with revenue in excess of $ 2billion with subsidiaries in China, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Taiwan, USA, UK, Hungary and Mexico. He had served as the Group CFO throughout those years. In 2001, NEL was taken private in a S$4 billion deal and merged into US-based Solectron Technology, Inc ( which was merged into Flextronics International Ltd). Chay then served as Solectron’s VP Finance, Asia-Pacific Region until 2003. With that Chay had managed the processes of turning around an ill company, IPO, expansion globally, and eventually M&A and de-listing.
Mr. Chay also co-founded ECS Holdings Ltd, and served as Founding Director and Group CFO until ECS went IPO in 2001 where he stayed on as a Board member and member of the Audit Committee. ECS grew from a $50m company into a $2.5 billion in 2008 when Mr Chay left the company after a spin-off of ECS to a HK listed company.
In 2003, Mr. Chay founded the InfoWave Group, an engineering company specialized in developing equipment and solutions using GPS, RFID and other wireless technologies to track objects and data. In 2010， the group re-focused and organized into an IT services group known as Autoscan Technology Group.
In 2009, Chay founded Infohub Solutions Pte Ltd, a company specialized in Business Intelligence and Corporate and Financial Information Integration.
Mr Chay also held/holds directorship in the following companies:
Currently, Chay is Chairman and Executive Director of Autoscan Technology and Infohub involved in the provision of IT systems consultancy.
Professor Lee Chuen Neng
“Professor Lee Chuen Neng joined the Board on 16 March 2018 and was appointed as Independent Non-Executive Director.He is a Professor of Surgery & of Engineering at the National University of Singapore (NUS).
He is the founder of the Department of Cardiac, Thoracic & Vascular Surgery at National University Hospital. He was appointed as the Director of The Heart Institute, National Healthcare Group (NHG). He had held various appointments including President of the Cardiac Society on three occasions, President of the International Chinese Heart Health Network, Council member of the Asian Federation of Cardiology, Vice Chairman of the Singapore Heart Association. He was the Chairman of the Specialist Training Committee for Cardiothoracic Surgery and a Founding Executive Council Member of the Asian Society for Cardiovascular Surgery since 1993, becoming the President of the Asian Society for Cardiovascular & Thoracic Surgery (ASCVTS) in 2009.
He graduated from NUS in 1975, he completed his general surgery training at the University Department of Surgery, Singapore General Hospital and served as a Lecturer in general surgery before going on to cardiothoracic surgery training from 1982. He was trained at the Mayo Clinic from 1983 to 1985 and returned in 1985 to set up the Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery at the National University Hospital (NUH), becoming an Associate Professor and Head in the process. He left for private practice in 1992 and was asked to return to the NUS and NUH at the end of 2001. His special interest is in coronary artery and valve surgery and specialises in Aortic Aneurysm, Valvular Heart Disease and Heart Failure. His current research interest is Medical Technologies and devices.”