Wildlife Reserves Singapore chief re-joins F&N as CEO of non-alcoholic beverages

SINGAPORE - Former Wildlife Reserves Singapore chief executive Lee Meng Tat has rejoined Fraser & Neave (F&N), to take on the role of chief executive of non-alcoholic beverages.

Mr Lee, 52, will take on the role from May 1.

He is taking over from Mr Ng Jui Sia, 63, who will assume the position of advisor of strategic projects.

Mr Lee has accumulated experience in several fields over the course of his 25-year career, including banking, tourism and beverages.

He has previously served 12 years with F&N, where his last role was chief corporate development officer for F&N's food and beverages division. He also sat on the boards of several of its subsidiaries.

Mr Lee has also held various senior positions within the F&N Group, including regional director of China in Asia Pacific Breweries and chief executive officer of Heineken-APB (China) Management Services, formerly subsidiaries of the company.

He was most recently chief executive of Wildlife Reserves Singapore, where he was responsible for the management of the Jurong Bird Park, Night Safari, River Safari and Singapore Zoo.