Steve Woo, Lawyer with the Hong Kong corporate group Denton Wilde Sapte Mr Woo also becomes a member of the law firm's China practice. He joined from Freshfields, where he had been a solicitor since 1997. Mr Woo has a wide range of corporate finance and commercial experience, particularly in global offerings. Quincy Tang, Finance director of print media Tom.com Mr Tang previously worked for 10 years at Leefung-Asco Printers Holdings, holding positions such as group financial controller and executive director. Alex Chu has been appointed financial controller for China. He formerly was finance director at Coca-Cola's bottling plants in Tianjin and Shanghai for more than four years. Virginia Tam, Resident manager Harbour Plaza Hong Kong Ms Tam began her hospitality career with China Hotel in Guangzhou and Hong Kong Hilton. Most recently, she was executive assistant manager in charge of the rooms division. Jaehee Koo and Robin Newman, Directors Salomon Smith Barney Both Ms Koo and Mr Newman join the equity sales department. Ms Koo is based in Hong Kong, while Mr Newman works from Singapore. Ms Koo has worked in equity sales and research for seven years, mostly in the United States and South Korea. She was previously director of north Asian equity sales at Warburg Dillon Read in the US. Mr Newman formerly was managing director at Indosuez WI Carr. Jocelyn Lau, Director of sales New World Renaissance Hotel Ms Lau has more than 10 years' experience in the hotel industry. She previously worked at Grand Stanford Inter-Continental Hong Kong and Hotel Nikko Hong Kong. Ms Lau will help the director of marketing further develop business opportunities and expand the market scope for the hotel. Todd Marin, Head of mergers and acquisitions for Asia-Pacific JPMorgan Formerly global head of technology mergers and acquisitions, Mr Marin will relocate from New York to Hong Kong. He joined the firm's mergers and acquisitions practice in 1989 and has advised clients in the software, networking equipment, computer peripherals and Internet areas. Stephanie Cheung, Senior consultant Stikeman Elliott Ms Cheung joins the law firm's commercial and finance practice. She previously was a solicitor with Freshfields. Ms Cheung has a wide range of finance transaction experience in Asia-Pacific. Tony South, Senior vice-president of development and asset management for Asia-Pacific Six Continents Hotels Mr South will be responsible for development, asset management, and mergers and acquisitions in Asia-Pacific. He was previously chief operating officer for Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific. Phil Lee, formerly regional vice-president of operations for Australia, Papua New Guinea and Vanuatu, takes over as chief operating officer in Sydney. Peter Hogewoning, Vice-president of sales for Asia-Pacific Openwave Systems Mr Hogewoning has been with the firm since 1999 as European sales director, responsible for direct and partner channel sales in Europe and the Middle East. He previously held senior management positions in sales at AT&T and Lucent Technologies in Asia and Europe. At Lucent, he managed the global wireless accounts and was responsible for the introduction of the third-generation wireless networks business. Details of corporate appointments, with full names of individuals and photographs, should be sent to Business Post, GPO Box 47, Hong Kong; faxed to 2565 1624; or e-mailed to email@example.com . The service is free.