Raymond Chen Sau Mou
Has over 38 years of experience in banking, construction, logistics and service industries where he was primarily responsible for finance, strategic planning and general management.
He is currently Head of Finance, Global Sales & Marketing of a global education provider. Prior to this, he was the CFO and company director of Faber-Castell China and Project Administrator for various construction projects for Leighton Contractors.
Raymond was educated in Australia and graduated with a Bachelor of Economics (Accounting) degree from the University of Sydney and Master of Business Administration from Griffith University. He is a Fellow of CPA Australia and is also a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators UK and Australia.
Tan Kim Seng
29 Years of Extensive Experience
With over 29 years of experience in corporate advisory and corporate finance, Kim Seng has acquired a high level of expertise regarding guidelines and regulations pertaining to mergers and acquisitions, reverse takeovers, flotations, equity and corporate restructuring, equity/convertible fund-raising exercises as well as the valuation of assets and businesses.
The major clients advised over the years include conglomerates
YTL Group (through the listing of YTL Power in 1997), Renong Group and Sime Darby as well as leading organisations like Chemical Company of Malaysia, KFC Holdings, Konsortium Perkapalan, Landmarks, SP Setia and Boustead, among others. Kim Seng also serves as an advisor to the controlling shareholders of various public listed and private companies, mainly on proposed corporate exercises involving reverse takeovers of public listed companies, and pre-IPO restructuring.
In his last employment in the investment banking industry
Kim Seng was the Head of Corporate Finance Division 2 at Affin Merchant Bank Berhad. In this role, he was responsible for business development, client relationship management as well as overseeing corporate assignments for the bank’s clients and for companies within the Lembaga Tabung Angkatan Tentera (LTAT) group, such as the privatisation of Kuala Sidim Berhad and merger of Affin Group.
Kim Seng ventured into property development/management in 2009, undertaking his own private investments as well as acting as an adviser on corporate deals.