Board & Management

The CapitaLand Board comprises 11 directors of whom 10 are non-executive directors. The Chairman is Mr Ng Kee Choe.

The Board meets regularly, at least once every quarter, to deliberate strategy policies of the Group including significant acquisitions and disposals, approve the annual budget, review the performance of the Group's businesses and approve the release of the quarterly, half-yearly and full-year results.

Board of Directors
  • Mr Ng Kee Choe, 74

    Mr Ng Kee Choe, 74

    Chairman
    Non-Executive Independent Director

    Bachelor of Science (Honours), University of Singapore

    Date of first appointment as a Director: 16 April 2010 
    Date of appointment as Chairman: 1 May 2012 
    Date of last re-appointment as a Director: 18 April 2016 
    Length of service as a Director (as at 31 December 2018): 8 years 8 months

    Board committees served on
    – Executive Resource and Compensation Committee (Chairman)
    – Strategy, Investment and Finance Committee (Chairman)
    – Nominating Committee (Member)

    Present directorship in other listed companies 
    – PT Bank Danamon Indonesia, Tbk (President-Commissioner)

    Present principal commitments 
    (other than directorships in other listed companies)

    – China Development Bank (Member of the International Advisory Council)
    – Corporate Governance Advisory Committee (Member)
    – Fullerton Financial Holdings Pte Ltd (Director)
    – Tanah Merah Country Club (Chairman)
    – Temasek Trustees Pte. Ltd. (Director)

    Past directorship in other listed companies held over the preceding three years
    – AusNet Services (Chairman)

    Background and working experience
    – Vice-Chairman of DBS Group Holdings Ltd (DBS)
    – Retired from his executive position in DBS in July 2003 after 33 years of service

    Awards
    – The Distinguished Service Award by the Singapore National Trades Union Congress in 2013
    – The Meritorious Service Medal at the Singapore National Day Awards 2012
    – The Public Service Star at the Singapore National Day Awards 2001

  • Mr Lee Chee Koon, 44

    Mr Lee Chee Koon, 44

    President & Group Chief Executive Officer
    Executive Non-Independent Director

    Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (First Class Honours), National University of Singapore
    Master of Science in Advanced Mechanical Engineering (Distinction), Imperial College London, UK

    Date of first appointment as a Director: 1 January 2019

    Present directorships in other listed companies
    – Ascott Residence Trust Management Limited (Manager of Ascott Residence Trust)
    – CapitaLand Commercial Trust Management Limited (Manager of CapitaLand Commercial Trust)
    – CapitaLand Retail China Trust Management Limited (Manager of CapitaLand Retail China Trust)

    Present principal commitments
    (other than directorships in other listed companies)
    – EDBI Pte Ltd (Director)
    – Lifelong Learning Endowment Fund Advisory Council (Member)
    – SkillsFuture Singapore Agency (Director)
    – Temasek Foundation Nurtures CLG Limited (Director)

    Background and working experience
    – Group Chief Investment Officer of CapitaLand Limited (From 1 January 2018 to 14 September 2018)
    – CEO of The Ascott Limited (From June 2013 to December 2017)
    – Deputy CEO of The Ascott Limited (From February 2012 to May 2013)
    – Managing Director, North Asia of The Ascott Limited (From July 2009 to May 2013)
    – Vice President, Office of the President of CapitaLand Limited (From February 2007 to June 2009)
    – Head, International Relations & Economic Strategy of Ministry of Finance (From November 2003 to January 2007)
    – Senior Assistant Director, Trade Directorate of Ministry of Trade and Industry (From November 2001 to November 2003)

    Awards
    – Business China Young Achiever Award in 2017
    – National Order of Merit (Chevalier de l'Ordre National du Mérite) in 2016

  • Ms Euleen Goh Yiu Kiang, 64

    Ms Euleen Goh Yiu Kiang, 64

    Non-Executive Independent Director


    Fellow, Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants
    Associate, Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales
    Associate, London Institute of Banking and Finance
    Member, Chartered Institute of Taxation, UK
    Fellow, Singapore Institute of Directors

    Date of first appointment as a Director: 1 October 2011
    Date of last re-election as a Director: 24 April 2017
    Length of service as a Director (as at 31 December 2018): 7 years 3 months

    Board committees served on
    – Strategy, Investment and Finance Committee (Member)
    – Risk Committee (Member)

    Present directorships in other listed companies
    – DBS Group Holdings Ltd
    – Royal Dutch Shell plc
    – SATS Ltd (Chairman)

    Present principal commitments
    (other than directorships in other listed companies)

    – DBS Bank Ltd (Director)
    – DBS Foundation Ltd (Chairman)
    – Singapore Health Services Pte Ltd (Director) 
    – Singapore Institute of Management (Chairman of Governing Council)

    Background and working experience
    – CEO of Standard Chartered Bank, Singapore
    (From 2001 until March 2006) 
    – Various senior management positions in Standard Chartered 
    Bank, retiring in March 2006 after some 21 years with the Bank

    Awards
    – The Public Service Star at the Singapore National Day Awards 2012
    – Her World Woman of the Year 2005
    – The Public Service Medal at the Singapore National Day Awards 2005

  • Tan Sri Amirsham Bin A Aziz, 68

    Tan Sri Amirsham Bin A Aziz, 68

    Non-Executive Independent Director

    Bachelor of Economics (Honours), The University of Malaya, Malaysia
    Certified Public Accountant

    Date of first appointment as a Director: 30 July 2012
    Date of last re-election as a Director: 30 April 2018
    Length of service as a Director (as at 31 December 2018): 6 years 5 months

    Board committees served on
    – Audit Committee (Member)
    – Risk Committee (Chairman)

    Present principal commitments
    (other than directorship in other listed company)

    – Financial Services Talent Council (Chairman) 
    – Glenealy Plantations Sdn Bhd (Director)
    – Petroliam Nasional Berhad (Director) 
    – RAM Holdings Berhad (Chairman) 
    – Themed Attractions & Resorts Sdn. Bhd. (Chairman)
    – Wearnes-StarChase Limited (Director)

    Past directorship in other listed companies held over the preceding three years
    – Bursa Malaysia Berhad (Chairman)

    Background and working experience
    – President & CEO of Malayan Banking Berhad (From 1994 to 2008)
    – Minister in the Malaysian Prime Minister’s Department heading the Economic Planning Unit and Department of Statistics, Malaysia (From March 2008 to April 2009)
    – Chairman of the Malaysian National Economic Advisory Council (From 1 June 2009 to 31 May 2011)

    Awards 
    – Global Hall of Fame by the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals 2009
    – Asian Bankers Lifetime Achievement Award 2008

  • Dr Philip Nalliah Pillai, 71

    Dr Philip Nalliah Pillai, 71

    Non-Executive Independent Director

    Bachelor of Laws (First Class Honours), University of Singapore
    LLM (Master Of Laws) and SJD(Doctor of Juridical Sciences), Harvard Law School, USA
    Advocate & Solicitor, Singapore
    Solicitor, England & Wales

    Date of first appointment as a Director: 25 April 2014
    Date of last re-election as a Director: 24 April 2017
    Length of service as a Director (as at 31 December 2018): 4 years 8 months

    Board committees served on
    – Audit Committee (Member)
    – Nominating Committee (Member)

    Present directorship in other listed company
    – Hotung Investment Holdings Limited

    Present principal commitments
    – Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (Director)
    – SMRT Corporation Ltd (Director)
    – SMRT Trains Ltd (Director)

    Background and working experience
    – Judge of the Supreme Court of Singapore (From June 2010 to December 2012) 
    – Judicial Commissioner (From October 2009 to June 2010) 
    – Member of the Legal Service Commission (From 2007 to 2013) 
    – Joint Managing Partner, Allen & Overy, Shook Lin & Bok JLV (From 2000 to 2008) 
    – Partner and Managing Partner, Shook Lin & Bok, Singapore (From 1986 to 2009) 
    – Over 23 years' experience in legal practice specialised in corporate, corporate finance and securities law

    Award
    – The Public Service Medal at the Singapore National Day Awards 2003

  • Mr Stephen Lee Ching Yen, 72

    Mr Stephen Lee Ching Yen, 72

    Non-Executive Independent Director

    Master of Business Administration, Northwestern University, USA

    Date of first appointment as a Director: 1 January 2013
    Date of last re-election as a Director: 18 April 2016
    Length of service as a Director (as at 31 December 2018): 6 years

    Board committees served on
    – Executive Resource and Compensation Committee (Member)
    – Nominating Committee (Chairman) 

    Present principal commitments
    (other than directorships in other listed companies)

    – Council of Presidential Advisers (Member) 
    – Dr Goh Keng Swee Scholarship Fund (Board Member) 
    – G2000 Apparel (S) Private Limited (Director) 
    – Great Malaysia Textile Investments Pte Ltd (Managing Director) 
    – Kidney Dialysis Foundation (Director) 
    – M+S Pte. Ltd. (Deputy Chairman)
    – Marina South Investments Pte. Ltd. (Director)
    – MS Property Management Pte. Ltd. (Director)
    – NTUC Enterprise Co-operative Limited (Director) 
    – NTUC-ARU (Administration & Research Unit) (Member of the Board of Trustees)
    – Ophir-Rochor Investments Pte. Ltd. (Director)
    – Shanghai Commercial Bank Ltd (Chairman) 
    – Shanghai Commercial & Savings Bank Limited (Managing Director) 
    – Singapore Labour Foundation (Director)
    – Singapore University of Social Sciences (Chancellor)
    – Temasek Holdings (Private) Limited (Director)
    – Tripartite Alliance Limited (Chairman)

    Past directorships in other listed company held over the preceding three years
    – Singapore Airlines Limited (Chairman)
    – SIA Engineering Company Limited (Chairman)

    Background and working experience
    – Chairman of NTUC Income Insurance Co-operative Limited (From 2014 to 2018)
    – Chairman of SIA Engineering Company Limited (From 2005 to 2018)
    – Chairman of Singapore Airlines Limited (From 2006 to 2016)
    – Chairman of International Enterprise Singapore (From 1995 to 2002)
    – Chairman/Advisor of PSA International Pte Ltd (From 2002 to 2005)
    – Chairman of Singapore Business Federation (From 2002 to 2008)
    – President of Singapore National Employers Federation (From 1988 to 2014)

    Awards
    – The Order of Nila Utama (First Class) at the Singapore National Day Awards 2015
    – The Distinguished Comrade of Labour Award by the Singapore National Trades Union Congress in 2015
    – The Distinguished Service Order at the Singapore National Day Awards 2006
    – The Public Service Star at the Singapore National Day Awards 1998

  • Mr Kee Teck Koon, 62

    Mr Kee Teck Koon, 62

    Non-Executive Independent Director

    Bachelor of Arts, University of Oxford, UK 
    Master of Arts, University of Oxford, UK

    Date of first appointment as a Director: 22 September 2014
    Date of last re-election as a Director: 30 April 2018
    Length of service as a Director (as at 31 December 2018): 4 years 3 months

    Board committees served on
    – Executive Resource and Compensation Committee (Member)
    – Strategy, Investment and Finance Committee (Member)

    Present directorship in other listed company
    – Raffles Medical Group Ltd

    Present principal commitments
    (other than directorship in other listed company) 
    – Changi Airports International Pte Ltd (Chairman)
    – Fullerton Fund Management Company Ltd (Director)
    – FFMC Holdings Pte. Ltd. (Director)
    – Lien Foundation (Director)
    – Mandai Park Holdings Pte. Ltd. (Director)
    – NTUC Enterprise Co-operative Limited (Executive Director)
    – NTUC Income Insurance Co-operative Limited (Deputy Chairman)

    Background and working experience
    – Retired from his executive positions in CapitaLand Group in July 2009 after 13 years of service

  • Mr Chaly Mah Chee Kheong, 63

    Mr Chaly Mah Chee Kheong, 63

    Non-Executive Independent Director

    Bachelor of Commerce, University of Melbourne, Australia
    Associate, Institute of Chartered Accountants, Australia
    Fellow, Certified Practising Accountants, Australia
    Fellow, Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants

    Date of first appointment as a Director: 1 February 2017
    Date of last re-election as a Director: 24 April 2017
    Length of service as a Director (as at 31 December 2018): 1 Year 11 months

    Board committees served on
    – Audit Committee (Chairman) 
    – Risk Committee (Member)

    Present directorship in other listed company
    – Netlink NBN Management Pte Ltd (Manager of Netlink NBN Trust) (Chairman)

    Present principal commitments
    (other than directorships in other listed companies)
     
    – Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (External Member of Audit Committee)
    – Flipkart Private Limited (Director)
    – Monetary Authority of Singapore (Director)
    – National University of Singapore (Member of the Board of Trustees)
    – National University of Singapore Business School Accounting Advisory Board (Chairman)
    – Singapore Accountancy Commission (Chairman)
    – Singapore Economic Development Board (Director)
    – Singapore Tourism Board (Chairman)

    Background and working experience
    – CEO of Deloitte Asia Pacific, Chairman of Deloitte Singapore, Member of the Deloitte Global Executive, and Deloitte Global Board (Vice Chairman), retired in May 2016 after some 38 years with Deloitte

    Award
    – The Public Service Medal at the Singapore National Day Awards 2014

  • Mr Anthony Lim Weng Kin, 60

    Mr Anthony Lim Weng Kin, 60

    Non-Executive Independent Director

    Bachelor of Science, University of Singapore
    Advanced Management Program, Harvard Business School, USA

    Date of first appointment as a Director: 11 August 2017
    Date of last re-election as a Director 30 April 2018
    Length of service as a Director (as at 31 December 2018): 1 Year 5 months

    Board committee served on
    – Strategy, Investment and Finance Committee (Member) 

    Present principal commitments
    – Institute of International Education, Scholar Rescue Fund Selection Committee (Member)
    – Teach For All Global Advisory Council (Member)

    Past directorship in other listed company held over the preceding three years
    – Vista Oil & Gas S.A.B. de C.V. 

    Background and working experience
    – President (Americas) of GIC Pte Ltd (GIC), retired from GIC in 2017 after 19 years of service

  • Mr Gabriel Lim Meng Liang, 43

    Mr Gabriel Lim Meng Liang, 43

    Non-Executive Independent Director

    Bachelor of Arts in Economics, University of Cambridge, UK
    Master of Science in Economics, London School of Economics, UK
    Masters of Science in Management, University of Stanford, USA

    Date of first appointment as a Director: 11 August 2017 
    Date of last re-election as a Director 30 April 2018
    Length of service as a Director (as at 31 December 2018): 1 Year 5 months

    Board committees served on
    – Audit Committee (Member)
    – Risk Committee (Member)  

    Present principal commitments
    – Civil Service College (Director)
    – Ministry of Trade and Industry (Permanent Secretary)
    – National Healthcare Group Pte Ltd (Director)
    – National Research Foundation (Director)
    – Singapore Innovate Pte. Ltd. (Director)
    – St. Joseph’s Institution International Ltd (Member of the Board of Governors)
    – St. Joseph’s Institution International Elementary School Ltd (Member of the Board of Governors)

    Background and working experience
     Permanent Secretary,  Ministry of Trade and Industry
    – Served in the Ministry of Communications and Information, Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore, Media Development Authority of Singapore, the Prime Minister’s Office, Ministry of Defence and Ministry of Health

  • Ms Goh Swee Chen, 58

    Ms Goh Swee Chen, 58

    Non-Executive Independent Director

    Bachelor of Science in Information Science, Victoria University of Wellington, NZ
    Master of Business Administration, University of Chicago, USA

    Date of first appointment as a Director: 1 September 2017
    Date of last re-election as a Director: 30 April 2018
    Length of service as a director (as at 31 December 2018): 1 Year 4 months

    Board committees served on
    – Executive Resource and Compensation Committee (Member)

    Present directorship in other listed company
    –Singapore Airlines Limited

    Present principal commitments
    (other than directorships in other listed companies) 

    – Global Compact Network Singapore (President)
    – Human Capital Leadership Institute Pte. Ltd. (Director)
    – Institute of Human Resource Professionals Limited (Chairman)
    – Legal Service Commission (Member)
    – National Arts Council (Council Member)
    – Singapore University of Technology and Design (Director)
    – The Centre for Liveable Cities (Advisory Board member)

    Background and working experience
    – Chairman, Shell Singapore, retired in January 2019 after 16 years of service
    – Chairman/Deputy Chairman of Shell Downstream Joint Ventures in China, Saudi Arabia and Korea (From 2011 to 2017)
    – Headed Shell’s IT Services globally (From 2004 to 2009)

    Award
    –Distinguished Alumni Award, Chicago Booth, University of Chicago, USA 2018

Management Team
  • Mr Lee Chee Koon

    Mr Lee Chee Koon

    President & Group Chief Executive Officer
    CapitaLand Group

    Mr Lee Chee Koon is the President & Group CEO of CapitaLand Group.  He joined the company in 2007 as Vice President in the Office of the President at CapitaLand, having previously served in the Singapore Ministry of Trade and Industry, Ministry of Finance, and the Monetary Authority of Singapore.

    Mr Lee has held several appointments within the group. In 2009, he was appointed the Managing Director for China for Ascott, one of the leading international lodging owner-operators. He later became the Chief Executive Officer of Ascott in 2013. He took on the role of Group Chief Investment Officer of CapitaLand Group in January 2018, before his appointment as President & Group CEO in September 2018.

    Mr Lee is a Board Director of CapitaLand Commercial Trust Management Limited, Ascott Residence Trust Management Limited, CapitaLand Retail China Trust Management Limited and CapitaLand Hope Foundation. He also serves on the boards of Temasek Foundation Nurtures, EDBI, SkillsFuture Singapore and National University of Singapore’s Institute of Real Estate Studies.

    Mr Lee was presented with the Business China Young Achiever Award for Ascott’s contributions to Singapore-China relations by Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong in 2017. In recognition of Ascott’s contributions to France, he was conferred the prestigious National Order of Merit (Chevalier de l’Ordre National du Mérite) by the President of the French Republic in 2016. 

    Mr Lee holds a First Class Honours degree in Mechanical Engineering from the National University of Singapore. He also holds a M.Sc degree in Mechanical Engineering from Imperial College London, United Kingdom

  • Mr Jason Leow

    Mr Jason Leow

    President & Chief Executive Officer of Singapore & International
    CapitaLand Group

    Mr Jason Leow is the President & CEO of Singapore & International, CapitaLand Group and reports to the President & Group CEO. He oversees the Singapore and international markets including Malaysia, Indonesia, India, Vietnam, Europe, USA, Australia, Japan and South Korea. He is a Director of CapitaLand Mall Trust Management Limited.

    Mr Leow was previously President (Asia* & Retail) where he oversaw the Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and Vietnam markets and was also responsible for the retail business of the Group. Prior to this, he was Group Chief Operating Officer of CapitaLand Group, responsible for efficient and cost-effective support services for business operations across geographies and asset classes globally.

    Prior to this, Mr Leow was the CEO and Executive Director of CapitaLand Mall Asia, a role he held on 15 September 2014. From 2009 to 2014, Mr Leow was the CEO of CapitaLand China and led the China team in streamlining as well as growing the residential and integrated development businesses, including the development and operations of the eight Raffles City projects in China. Mr Leow started his career with the CapitaLand Group in 1994 and was based in China from 2001 to 2014.

    Mr Leow is a Chartered Accountant of Singapore and a member of the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants. He obtained an Executive Master in Business Administration from Fudan University and in 2007, attended the Advanced Management Program at Harvard Business School.

    * Asia (ex-China)

  • Mr Lucas Loh

    Mr Lucas Loh

    President & Chief Executive Officer of China
    CapitaLand Group

    Mr Lucas Loh is the President & CEO of China, CapitaLand Group, reporting to the President & Group CEO. He oversees the business and growth of China as a core geographical market for the Group.

    Mr Loh was previously President (China & Investment Management) where he also oversaw the expansion of the Group’s investment management business and commercial portfolio. He was concurrently CEO of CapitaLand China, a position he held since 2014. As the CEO of CapitaLand China, Mr Loh led the team in doubling China’s return contributions to the Group, as well as achieving record residential sales and the highest handover value in 2016. He also successfully completed and opened three Raffles City integrated developments spanning across more than 680,000 square metre in gross floor area in 2017.

    Prior to his appointment as CEO of CapitaLand China, he was the Deputy CEO cum Chief Investment Officer, as well as Regional General Manager for South China, CapitaLand China. During then, Mr Loh was instrumental in growing CapitaLand’s integrated developments and residential businesses in South China. He was also responsible for the company’s real estate financial business, including the Raffles City China Income Ventures (formerly known as Raffles City China Fund) and establishment of the US$1.5-billion Raffles City China Investment Partners III (RCCIP III).

    Mr Loh joined CapitaLand in September 2001 and has been based in China since August 2004. He also held several appointments within the Group, including Managing Directorfor China of Ascott. Mr Loh also has extensive experience in the real estate sector where he started his career in 1991. Prior to joining CapitaLand, Mr Loh was the Associate Director for Private Equity Investment at Temasek Holdings.

    Mr Loh obtained a Bachelor of Science in Estate Management from the National University of Singapore. He also holds a Master of Business Administration from Oklahoma City University and attended the Advanced Management Program at Harvard Business School in 2013.

  • Mr Andrew Lim

    Mr Andrew Lim

    Group Chief Financial Officer
    CapitaLand Group

    Mr Andrew Lim is the Group Chief Financial Officer of CapitaLand Group. In his role, he has direct oversight of the functions of treasury, financial reporting and controls, risk management, tax, investor relations, compliance, and looks after the administrative matters of the internal audit department of CapitaLand. He is also responsible for corporate finance, and merger and acquisition at the group level. Mr Lim oversees CapitaLand Financial, the Group's real estate fund and asset management unit responsible as fund managers for CapitaLand's REITs and real estate private equity funds including discretionary funds, as well as investment management support to the Group. He is a Director of CapitaLand Mall Trust Management Limited, a Director of CapitaLand Commercial Trust Management Limited, a Director of Ascott Residence Trust Management Limited, a Director of CapitaLand Retail China Trust Management Limited and a Director of CapitaLand Malaysia Mall REIT Management Sdn. Bhd.

    Mr Lim is the President of the Real Estate Investment Trust Association of Singapore. He is a member of the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants’ CFO Committee, a member of the Accounting Standards Council, and represents CapitaLand as a founding member of the first Accounting for Sustainability Circle of Practice in Asia.

    Prior to joining CapitaLand, he was at HSBC where he served as Managing Director and Head of South East Asia Advisory Coverage, Real Estate and Hospitality.

    Mr Lim has a Master of Business Administration and a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the Rotman School of Business at the University of Toronto, and is a Chartered Financial Analyst charterholder.

  • Mr Tan Seng Chai

    Mr Tan Seng Chai

    Group Chief People Officer
    CapitaLand Group

    Mr Tan Seng Chai is the Group Chief People Officer of CapitaLand Group. He is responsible for human capital management and development, building a leadership and talent pipeline to support the organisation and businesses. For synergy across the Group, Mr Tan oversees the Group’s corporate functions including Group Human Resource and Administration, Group Communications, Group Legal, Company Secretariat, Corporate Sustainability, Corporate Social Responsibility, Group Procurement, Group Safety & Security and Global Shared Services. He is also the Executive Director of CapitaLand Hope Foundation, the philanthropic arm of CapitaLand.

    Mr Tan was previously Group Chief Corporate Officer (CCO) of CapitaLand. Prior to this, he was Deputy CCO and Chief Human Resource Officer of CapitaLand. Before joining CapitaLand in February 2008, Mr Tan was with Chartered Semiconductor Manufacturing Ltd, Singapore (Chartered) for 12 years. He held key positions in the company which included heading its worldwide human resource organisation as well as overseeing key project implementation and strategic investment activities.

    An engineer by training, Mr Tan started his career with National Semiconductor Manufacturer Singapore Pte Ltd as a Process Engineer and subsequently became the company’s Human Resource Manager. He continued his career progression to head the human resource function at Creative Technology Ltd, Singapore, before joining Chartered.

    Mr Tan holds an honours degree in Civil & Structural Engineering and a Master of Science in Industrial & System Engineering from the National University of Singapore.

  • Mr Ronald Tay Boon Hwee

    Mr Ronald Tay Boon Hwee

    Chief Executive Officer
    CapitaLand Singapore, Malaysia & Indonesia

    Mr Ronald Tay is the CEO of CapitaLand Singapore, Malaysia & Indonesia. He is responsible for the growth and business in Singapore as a core market for the Group, as well as in Malaysia and Indonesia.

    Prior to this, Mr Tay was CEO of Ascott Residence Trust Management Limited (ARTML), a role he assumed on 27 February 2012. Before that, he was also both Chief Investment Officer of Ascott and Head of Business Development and Asset Management of ARTML until February 2012.

    Mr Tay began his career in the banking industry, where he spent nine years in various senior positions in corporate and investment banking.

    Mr Tay holds a Bachelor of Business (Honours) from the Nanyang Technological University.

  • Mr Chen Lian Pang

    Mr Chen Lian Pang

    Chief Executive Officer
    CapitaLand Vietnam

    Mr Chen Lian Pang is the CEO of CapitaLand Vietnam. He is responsible for the growth and business in Vietnam, the third largest market for CapitaLand in Southeast Asia.

    Prior to this, he was CEO of CapitaValue Homes Limited. He has held several appointments in the Group including CEO (Southeast Asia) of CapitaLand Commercial Limited and CEO & Managing Director of TCC Capital Land, where he spearheaded the Group’s business in the new markets including Vietnam and Thailand.

    Mr Chen has over 30 years of international experience in construction and real estate. He started his career with the Housing and Development Board of Singapore. Prior to joining CapitaLand, he held senior positions at L&M International and Torie Construction Pte Ltd.

    Mr Chen holds a Master of Science in Civil Engineering from the National University of Singapore and a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (First Class Honours) from the University of Cardiff, United Kingdom. He completed the General Management Program at Harvard Business School and an International Business Fellowship Executive Programme with Tsinghua University in 2000 and 2011 respectively. Mr Chen is a registered professional engineer.

  • Mr Gerald Yong

    Mr Gerald Yong

    Chief Executive Officer
    CapitaLand International

    Mr Gerald Yong is the CEO of CapitaLand International. He is responsible for spearheading the growth of CapitaLand Group’s real estate investment portfolio in international markets

    Prior to this appointment, Mr Yong was Deputy Chief Investment Officer of CapitaLand, supporting the Group’s strategic investments and portfolio management. He was also concurrently Head, CapitaLand International. He assumed these roles from January 2018 to 15 September 2018.

    Mr Yong was Chief Investment Officer of The Ascott Limited (Ascott) from October 2012 to December 2017. Ascott is a wholly owned business unit of CapitaLand and one of the leading international lodging owner-operators. He was Ascott’s Senior Vice President, Business Development and Asset Management for North Asia based in Shanghai from March 2008 to September 2012.

    Mr Yong played an instrumental role in the initial public offering of Ascott Residence Trust in 2006 when he was the Head of Investment and Asset Management of Ascott Residence Trust Management Limited. He spearheaded the acquisitions of properties across various countries including Australia, China, Japan, the Philippines and Vietnam. Prior to this, Mr Yong was Ascott’s Vice President, Business Development and Asset Management. Before joining Ascott in February 2005, he was Vice President, Business Development and Strategic Planning at Sembcorp Industries.

    Mr Yong holds a Master of Business Administration (Distinction) from Imperial College Business School, United Kingdom, on the Raffles–Chevening Scholarship. He also obtained a Second-Class Upper Honours degree in Mechanical Engineering from the National University of Singapore on the SembCorp Industries scholarship.

  • Mr Kevin Goh

    Mr Kevin Goh

    Chief Executive Officer
    Ascott

    Mr Kevin Goh is the CEO of The Ascott Limited (Ascott). He is responsible for growing and managing CapitaLand's global lodging portfolio. He was previously the Chief Operating Officer, a role he assumed since 1 December 2016, where he oversaw operational aspects of the serviced residence business and new growth opportunities. Prior to this, Mr Goh was Ascott’s Managing Director for North Asia since 2013, responsible for Ascott’s investments and operations in China, Japan and Korea.

    Mr Goh joined Ascott China in 2007 and he was based in China for over 10 years. During his stay in China, Mr Goh took on various leadership positions such as Regional General Manager for South & East China, Vice President for Asset Management and Vice President for Corporate Services.

    Prior to joining Ascott, Mr Goh was with Accenture, one of Fortune 500’s largest global management consulting, technology services and outsourcing companies. Throughout his seven-year career with Accenture, he worked on various systems implementation projects in the telecommunications and high-technology industries in both Singapore and Australia.

    Mr Goh graduated from the National University of Singapore with a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (Honours) degree and is a Chartered Financial Analyst charterholder.

     

  • Mr James Lim

    Mr James Lim

    Chief Executive Officer
    CapitaLand Investment Management

    Mr James Lim is the CEO of CapitaLand Investment Management and is responsible for managing all aspects of the global real estate private equity funds business of the Group. Prior to his current role, Mr Lim was a Managing Director and Asia Pacific Head of HSBC’s real estate finance group where he was responsible for managing and driving all aspects of one of the largest commercial real estate financing businesses across the region. He was also a member of HSBC’s Global Asset Finance Management Committee.

    Prior to joining HSBC, Mr Lim was a MD and Asia Pacific head of real estate finance at BNP Paribas. He established from ground-up and managed a market leading Asia Pacific commercial real estate lending platform. Mr Lim was also a member of the bank’s Asia Pacific Structured Finance Management Committee.

    Prior to BNP Paribas, Mr Lim held senior executive roles at various global financial institutions including Morgan Stanley and ANZ in Hong Kong and Lehman Brothers in Tokyo, Japan.

    Mr Lim received his Bachelor of Arts from University of California Irvine and his Juris Doctorate from University of California Davis. He currently serves on the Board of Trustees at University of California Davis and serves on the University of California Davis Foundation’s Global Campaign Leadership Council representing the international regions. Mr Lim is also an executive board member of the Asian Association for Investors in Non-listed Real Estate Vehicles.

  • Mr Tony Tan Tee Hieong

    Mr Tony Tan Tee Hieong

    Chief Executive Officer
    CapitaLand Mall Trust Management Limited

    Mr Tony Tan Tee Hieong is CEO of CapitaLand Mall Trust Management Limited.

    Prior to this appointment, he was also the Senior Vice President, CEO’s Office, CapitaLand Mall Asia. Before that, Mr Tan was Chief Executive Officer of CapitaLand Retail China Trust Management Limited (CRCTML) from 1 July 2010 to 31 March 2017.

    Mr Tan has over 19 years of experience in international treasury, finance and risk management. Before joining CRCTML as Head of Finance in 2007, Mr Tan was with IKEA for more than nine years, during which he held the positions of Treasurer and Finance Manager for the Asia Pacific region. During those tenures, he also concurrently sat on IKEA’s finance committee for Asia Pacific that oversaw the group’s strategic finance and tax matters. His other experiences prior to joining IKEA included Treasury Accountant for Wearnes International, the trading and distribution arm for WBL and various trading positions with international banks.

    Mr Tan holds a Master of Business Administration (Distinction) from the University of Manchester, United Kingdom, and a Bachelor of Accountancy degree from the National University of Singapore.

    Website:

    CapitaLand Mall Trust

  • Mr Kevin Chee

    Mr Kevin Chee

    Chief Executive Officer
    CapitaLand Commercial Trust Management Limited

    Mr Kevin Chee is CEO of CapitaLand Commercial Trust Management Limited (CCTML). Prior to this appointment, he was previously the Deputy Chief Executive Officer of CCTML.

    Mr Chee was formerly the Head, Asset Management of CCTML and Senior Vice President, Asset Management (Commercial) of CapitaLand Singapore. He has more than 15 years of real estate and finance experience that includes investment and asset management, fund management, project development and management as well as property management. Prior to taking over the asset management function at CCTML, he was with CapitaLand Mall Asia, the wholly owned shopping mall business unit of CapitaLand, as Country Head of India where he established the company's India retail development, investment and asset management platforms as well as managed the company-sponsored S$880 million private fund and other fund investments. Upon his return to Singapore, he was responsible for various group level strategic initiatives.

    Before joining CapitaLand, Mr Chee was Senior Vice President, Asset Management for YTL Starhill Global REIT Management Limited, the manager of Starhill Global REIT, where he was involved in the listing and subsequent management of the REIT.

    Mr Chee holds a Bachelor of Business (Honours) from the Nanyang Technological University of Singapore.

    Website:

    CapitaLand Commercial Trust

  • Ms Beh Siew Kim

    Ms Beh Siew Kim

    Chief Executive Officer
    Ascott Residence Trust Management Limited

    Ms Beh Siew Kim is the CEO of Ascott Residence Trust Management Limited (ARTML). Prior to this appointment, she was previously the Deputy Chief Executive Officer of ARTML.

    Ms Beh has over 23 years of experience in financial and corporate planning, development and compliance in real estate, as well as auditing in Singapore and Malaysia.

    Before joining ARTML on 1 March 2017, Ms Beh was the Financial Controller and Head of Corporate Planning & Compliance at CapitaLand China. She was responsible for the corporate planning, financial reporting, forecasting, capital management and compliance functions of CapitaLand China. As a member of the senior management team, Ms Beh has been actively involved in deal analysis, investor relations, as well as private and institutional financing. In her 10 years with CapitaLand China, she participated in the setup of private equity funds, acquisitions and divestment deals, including CapitaLand’s high profile acquisition of Orient Overseas Developments Limited in 2010. Before joining CapitaLand, Ms Beh held other finance and audit positions in SembCorp Industries Limited, Ernst & Young and Arthur Andersen.

    She holds a Bachelor of Business from University of Tasmania, Australia and is also a Certified Public Accountant of the Institute of Chartered Accountants, Singapore.

    Website:

    Ascott Residence Trust

  • Mr Tan Tze Wooi

    Mr Tan Tze Wooi

    Chief Executive Officer
    CapitaLand Retail China Trust Management Limited

    Mr Tan Tze Wooi is CEO of CapitaLand Retail China Trust Management Limited. Prior to this, Mr Tan was Deputy Chief Executive Officer, CapitaLand Retail China Trust Management Limited.

    Mr Tan joined the CapitaLand Group in 2005, and has been based in China since 2008, during which he held various leadership positions including Vice President of Investment and Asset Management of CRCTML and General Manager of Investment and Asset Management of North China CapitaLand Mall Asia.

    He has about 20 years of financial experience in real estate, corporate banking, credit and auditing in Singapore and China.

    Mr Tan holds a Bachelor of Accountancy (Honours) from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore and is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) charterholder.

    Website:

    CapitaLand Retail China Trust

  • Ms Low Peck Chen

    Ms Low Peck Chen

    Chief Executive Officer
    CapitaLand Malaysia Mall REIT Management Sdn. Bhd.

    Ms Low Peck Chen is CEO and Executive Director of CapitaLand Malaysia Mall REIT Management Sdn. Bhd. (CMRM). She was Deputy Chief Executive Officer of CMRM from September 2014 to October 2014.

    Prior to this, Ms Low was Head of Finance of CMRM since October 2011.

    Ms Low has more than 14 years of experience in finance and accounting and her responsibilities have covered corporate finance, investor relations, tax, treasury, consolidation and compliance, as well as finance-related support for acquisition and divestment activities. She has also actively participated in corporate fund raising in the capital and debt markets and successfully brokered numerous financing and refinancing deals. She was part of the core team that spearheaded the listing of CapitaLand Malaysia Mall Trust on the Main Market of Bursa Malaysia Securities Berhad.

    In 2008, Ms Low joined CapitaLand Retail Malaysia Sdn. Bhd., an indirect wholly owned subsidiary of CapitaLand Mall Asia Limited responsible for the company's business operations in Malaysia. Before joining the company, she worked with Halim Mazmin Berhad, UEM Group and AmFinance Berhad.

    Ms Low holds a Bachelor of Accounting (First Class Honours) degree from the University of Malaya and is a member of the Malaysian Institute of Accountants.

    Website:

    CapitaLand Malaysia Mall Trust

  • Ms Lynette Leong

    Ms Lynette Leong

    Chief Business Innovation Officer
    CapitaLand Group

    Ms Lynette Leong is the Chief Business Innovation Officer in the Group Centre of Excellence and focuses on building capabilities, innovation and setting standards for business spaces and other related products as well as operations. Ms Leong was previously the CEO of CapitaLand Commercial, responsible for growing a global office operating platform leveraging innovations relating to the future of work. She concurrently serves on the boards of Singapore’s National Environment Agency, the Singapore International Chamber of Commerce and the advisory board of Singapore Management University’s Lee Kong Chian School of Business.

    Ms Leong has a proven track record of growing new businesses to reach unprecedented levels. Prior to her current appointment at CapitaLand, she was the CEO and Executive Director of CapitaLand Commercial Trust Management Limited (CCTML) for 10 years. CCTML is the manager of CCT, the first and largest commercial REIT listed on the Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Limited. Under her leadership, CCT grew to become the largest office landlord in Singapore with a prestigious commercial portfolio; its assets under management increased from approximately S$4 billion in 2007 to more than S$10 billion in 2017 excluding a development project worth S$2 billion. Over the same period, CCT achieved a total return in excess of 120% notwithstanding the global financial crisis, in addition to winning multiple awards for corporate governance, investor relations and environmental sustainability.

    Prior to joining CCTML, Ms Leong was CEO of Ascendas’ South Korea office for four years. She started Ascendas’ real estate operations resulting in a firm foothold in the country. Some of the achievements included the acquisition of office and logistics properties and the establishment of its first office development project and first real estate fund that were invested by several large Korean institutions

    Ms Leong has more than 25 years of international experience, including banking and finance with Standard Chartered Bank and United Malayan Banking Corporation Berhad in Singapore and Malaysia. She also acquired extensive experience in real estate acquisitions, asset management and fund management having been stationed in the London, New York, Chicago and Asian offices of LaSalle Investment Management for eight years.

    Ms Leong holds a Master of Science in Real Estate and a Bachelor of Science degree in Estate Management from the National University of Singapore.

  • Mr Wilson Tan Wee Yan

    Mr Wilson Tan Wee Yan

    Chief Retail Innovation Officer
    CapitaLand Group

    Mr Wilson Tan is the Chief Retail Innovation Officer in the Group Centre of Excellence and focuses on building capabilities, innovation and setting standards for retail assets and operations.

    Mr Tan was previously CEO, CapitaLand Retail and was responsible for managing a retail operating platform leveraging innovations and technology to enrich the retail experience in CapitaLand’s properties. Prior to this appointment, he was the CEO of CapitaLand Mall Trust Management Limited (CMTML).

    Before joining CMTML, Mr Tan has over 26 years of experience in senior appointments in the telecommunication and information technology industries. He was GCEO of Singapore Post Limited from October 2007 to April 2010. His other experiences include advisory and senior leadership roles in companies with regional businesses such as NEC Solutions Asia Pacific, Mercury Interactive, Software AG, Informix, Apple Singapore and Xerox Singapore.

    Mr Tan is currently the Chairman of EZ Link Pte Limited and he has also served in various boards and advisory committees in private, education and government related organisations. He is currently a member of the National Arts Council – Council Member, The Republic Polytechnic - Board of Governors and Chairman of the Admin Committee; and Singapore Polytechnic School of Business - Chairman, Advisory Committee.

    Mr Tan holds a Bachelor of Arts (Economics) from the National University of Singapore and attended the Advanced Management Programme at INSEAD.