SINGAPORE - SBI Offshore's chief financial officer is on her way out, the marine services company said on Monday (Sept 4), just two weeks after the chief executive's departure was announced.
Ms Amy Soh Wai Ling will serve her last day on Sept 15. Meanwhile, assistant finance manager Yvonne Goh will be promoted to finance manager to handle money matters in the interim.
The board of directors has also been rejigged in the wake of former chief executive Chan Lai Thong's resignation as executive director, Catalist-listed SBI Offshore said in a separate Monday announcement.
According to the announcement, Ms Soh resigned on Aug 16 - the same day that Mr Chan left his post as chief executive officer and Mr Ahmad Subri Abdullah stepped down as executive non-independent director.
Mr Lawrence Kwan Hon Kay was appointed chairman of the nominating committee, which executive chairman Mr Mirzan Mahathir and Mr James Kho Chung Wah joined as members.
Mr Ling Yew Kong was appointed as a member to both the audit and risk management committee and the remuneration committee.
Mr Kwan and Mr Ling's positions were previously held by Mr Ahmad Subri, who quit over "competing time commitment".
The news of Mr Chan leaving was made public in a Singapore Exchange announcement on the night of Aug 21, which said that his service agreement had not been renewed.