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Appointments

PUBLISHED : Monday, 21 February, 2005, 12:00am
UPDATED : Monday, 21 February, 2005, 12:00am

Pui P.Poon


Director


Hill & Knowlton China


Ms Poon will oversee an integrated communication and branding practice for China. She has more than a decade of experience in business management, development, and sales and marketing communication in the region, as well as an MBA from Dartmouth College.


Aidan Stokes


Partner


Ernst & Young


Mr Stokes has been appointed an Asia-Pacific leader of the transaction tax practice, which addresses the tax aspects of merger and acquisition transactions as part of the firm's transaction advisory services group. He previously led the firm's European private equity transaction tax practice.


Geoff Trotter


Partner


Ernst & Young


Mr Trotter will oversee Ernst & Young's centre for business knowledge. He joined Ernst & Young China in 2001 to spearhead the creation and development of the award-winning knowledge management group. Previously, Mr Trotter was a management consultant with Cap Gemini Ernst & Young.


Milton Kiang


Managing director


Major, Hagen & Africa


Mr Kiang joins legal executive search firm as a legal recruiter focusing on senior searches in the technology and media sectors. He is a qualified Canadian and Hong Kong lawyer, and has experience working within the fixed-line telecommunications, wireless and data networks, and semiconductor sectors.


David Lam Yiu-chau


Head of operations


Tanrich Financial Holdings


Dr Lam has more than 30 years' experience in banking and financial services. He was vice-president of Manufacturers Hanover Trust Company, and deputy general manager and Asia regional head of operations and technology at Banque Paribas Singapore.


Matthew Willsher


Chief operating officer


CSL


Mr Willsher was previously director of Telstra consumer and marketing's Youth Segment. He will apply his knowledge to leading CSL's marketing, business operations, IT, network and business development functions.


Lau Wing Tat


Managing director, co-chief investment officer


DBS Asset Management


Mr Lau has more than 20 years' experience in the fund management industry. Previously, he was with the equities department of the Government of Singapore Investment Corp. He is an engineer and a chartered financial analyst.


Winson Leung


Analyst


Watson Wyatt Investment Consulting


Mr Leung will be involved in a broad range of work for the firm's Hong Kong clients, including the making of quarterly reports, performance reports and asset allocation.


Paul Tsui Yiu-cheung


Director


Wheelock Properties


Mr Tsui became a director of Wheelock in 1998 and was appointed an executive director in 2003. He is also a director of publicly listed Joyce Boutique Holdings and WPSL. Mr Tsui was formerly a director of Wharf (Holdings) and two other publicly listed companies: i-Cable Communications and Harbour Centre Development.


David John Lawrence


Director


Wheelock Properties


Mr Lawrence became an executive director of Wheelock in July last year. He joined Wharf, a listed associate of Wheelock, in 1992 and had been its executive director from April 2002 until last month. He was appointed to the board of Wheelock Properties (Singapore) in 1993 and became its chief executive and managing director. He is a fellow of the Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors.


Albert Hofman


Managing director, corporate business development, EMEA


Fitch Ratings


Mr Hofman formerly headed the agency's telecommunications, media and technology analytical team for the region. Prior to joining Fitch, he worked with BNP Paribas in Hong Kong and spent six years with ABN Amro in Singapore.


George Lung


Senior district manager of George Lung district in Hong Kong


Manulife (International)


Mr Lung was the first district manager in Manulife to be promoted to this position. He joined Manulife in 1990. He is currently the Guangdong provincial committee member of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference.


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