Koon Holdings Ltd

Board of Directors

Ang Sin Liu
Non-Executive Chairman

Mr Ang is the founder and advisor of ASL Marine Holdings Ltd listed on the Singapore Stock Exchange. Mr Ang is an astute businessman with diverse business interests including the trading of scrap steel material, building construction works, property leasing, shipbuilding and ship repair.

Yuen Kai Wing
Managing Director

Mr Yuen joined the Group in April 2012 and brought with him more than 23 years of experience in the construction industry. Before joining the Company, Mr Yuen was the Regional Manager of North East Asia, Van Oord N.V. and the General Manager of Van Oord (Shanghai) Dredging Co. Ltd. He was responsible for business and operations in the Region of North East Area including countries of Eastern Part of Russia, Japan, Korea and Greater China such as Taiwan, China, Macau and Hong Kong.

Mr Yuen has a Master of Business Administration from the China Europe International Business School in China and a Bachelor Degree in Civil Engineering from Hogeschool Utrecht in Netherlands.

Executive Director

Mr Oh and the late Mr Aw Joo Kim (his father) co-founded the predecessor to the Company in 1975. The predecessor was a sole proprietorship involved in the business of transporting stone and rocks. Mr Oh was in charge of that sole proprietorship, namely as a sub-contractor for Obayashi on the East Coast Phase V reclamation. Prior to founding the sole proprietorship, Mr Oh was involved in the family's trading business. His extensive hands-on experience in trading and deep familiarity of local businesses benefits Koon, as his principal task at the Company is the negotiation of quantity, quality and price of stone, rock, equipment, tugs & barges with selected sub-contractors and for the sourcing of consumables. Mr Oh is also the main contact person for Koon-Zinkcon.

Executive Director

Mr Oh joined the predecessor to the Company in 1976, when the sole proprietorship was preparing for its conversion into a private partnership in 1977. Before this, Mr Oh was involved in several trading ventures. For over 27 years prior to 2003, Mr Oh has been involved in the project accounting, administration and risk controls of the Company. Since 2003, he has devolved many of his day-to-day duties and now primarily serves in a supervisory and oversight capacity. Mr Oh remains very familiar with all aspects of the Company's businesses, particularly with the Company's many suppliers.

Ang Ah Nui
Non-Executive Director
Member of the Remuneration Committee

Mr Ang joined the Group in April 2012 and brought with him more than 30 years of extensive experience and knowledge of the marine industry. Mr Ang is the Deputy Managing Director of ASL Marine Holdings Ltd listed on the Singapore Stock Exchange. His core responsibilities in ASL Marine Group of companies include the setting of business strategies and direction, corporate plans and policies as well as general management and business development of its ship repair and conversion and ship chartering operations.

Non-Executive and Independent Director
Chairman of the Nominating Committee
Member of the Audit and Risk Committee, Remuneration Committee

Glenda is the Managing Director of Matrix Management Group Pty Ltd, a Project Management and Quantity Surveying firm with operations in Victoria and Tasmania. Prior to founding Matrix Management Group, Glenda worked as a Director with Rawlinson (Aust) Pty. Ltd.

Glenda started her professional life with Farrow Laing and Partners in South Africa. Glenda has considerable experience in major industrial and civil projects including infrastructure works; steel-processing plants; and on coal, diamond & gold mines. Glenda also lectured at the University of the Witwatersrand in the Faculty of Architecture during the 1990's prior to her immigration to Australia.

Glenda has a Bachelor of Science (Honours) (Quantity Surveying) from the University of The Witwatersrand, South Africa. She is a member of the Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors and a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Non-Executive and Independent Director
Chairman of the Remuneration Committee
Member of the Audit and Risk Committee, Nominating Committee

Previously, Mr Ko was the President/Executive Director of KOP Limited. Prior to that, Mr Ko was the Chief Executive Officer of Scorpio East Holdings Ltd. He has more than 15 years of working experience with the then Trade Development Board of Singapore ("TDB"). His last appointment with then TDB was Head of China Operations.

Mr Ko also holds chairmanships and directorships in various private and public companies. He was appointed as an Independent Director of KSH Holdings Limited, San Teh Ltd, Lian Beng Group Ltd and Pavillon Holdings Ltd.

Mr Ko holds a Diploma in Export Marketing, which is equivalent to the Danish Niels Brock International Business Degree Programme. In the past 28 years, Mr Ko has been very actively involved in business investments in the PRC market. In year 2001, Mr Ko was appointed as a Member of the Steering Committee of the Network China. In addition, between the years 2003 to 2005, Mr Ko served as the Chairman of the Tourism Sub-Committee under the Singapore- Sichuan Trade & Investment Committee.

Non-Executive and Independent Director
Chairman of the Audit and Risk Committee
Member of the Nominating Committee

Heather is one of our two Australian resident Directors. She is an Alderman on Clarence City Council, a member of the Tasmanian Division Council for the Australian Institute of Company Directors and co-founder and Director of Qew Orchards, a large family owned orchard in Tasmania.

Heather is an accountant by training and has extensive experience in accounting and corporate governance. She has been an Independent Director on three other ASX listed companies. She also serves on a number of Not For Profit and Government Boards and Committees.

Heather has a Bachelor of Science (Hons), a Master of Business Administration, is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales and a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Heather was the Chair of the Food Industry Council of Tasmania and Summerfruit Australia (the peak body that advises the Federal Government on concerns about growers of summerfruit in Australia) and the Tasmanian Government Representative on the national Food Safety Centre. Heather also has extensive Asia experience having served as Chief Accountant for one of Hong Kong's largest construction companies and as a senior executive in the Asian operations of what was then the world's second largest software house.

Heather is a previous recipient of the Rural Industries Research and Development Corporations Rural Women's Award for Tasmania, the Westpac Group Business Owners Award for Tasmania and the Telstra Tasmania Business Woman of the Year.