On the move: Pacific Healthcare Holdings

Pacific Healthcare Holdings

Leslie Koh Kok Heng: Appointed chief financial officer on Jan 11.

Mr Koh, 47, is responsible for financial strategies and planning, treasury and foreign exchange management, tax planning, risk management, internal controls and financial reporting for the company.

He was the chief financial officer of SunMoon Food Company until August last year. Before that, he was a partner at Ernst & Young, where he headed its capital markets and financial advisory services.

Wong Yee Kong: Resigned as chief executive officer with effect from Jan 31. Mr Wong, 48, is leaving to pursue other career opportunities. The executive committee will be responsible on an interim basis to implement strategic plans and to oversee and manage the day-to-day operations of the company until a suitable chief executive is identified and appointed.


Keppel T&T

Wong Wai Meng: Appointed chief executive officer of Keppel Data Centre with effect from today. Mr Wong, 47, will be responsible for the overall management and operations of the company's data centre division. He was previously a vice-president at professional services and consultancy firm BT Advise.


Singapore eDevelopment

Chan Tung Moe: Appointed executive director with effect from Jan 12. Mr Chan, 37, is now responsible for the group's property development business.

He is the son of Mr Chan Heng Fai, Singapore eDevelopment's chief executive officer.


Cambridge Industrial Trust Management

David Graham Mason: Resigned from his roles as chief operating officer and chief financial officer on Jan 16. Mr Mason, 50, resigned to pursue new opportunities. He will remain as an adviser in the company until April, or earlier, to facilitate a smooth transition . He had held the two roles since April 2013. The board has appointed a new COO and CFO, subject to clearance from the appropriate authority.

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on January 18, 2016, with the headline 'OnTheMove'. Print Edition | Subscribe