Singapore-listed offshore O&G contractor, Ezra Holdings, has appointed Chan Eng Yew as its interim chief financial officer (CFO), to oversee all financial matters within the Group, effective January 27, 2016.
He will replace Eugene Cheng Chee Mun, who has been with the company since 2012, and will now be stepping down as the Group CFO due to personal and family reasons.
Chan Eng Yew currently holds the position of chief executive officer (CEO) at Triyards Holdings, Ezra’s subsidiary. According to Ezra, he will concurrently work on both positions.
Since 2003, Chan served as Ezra’s assistant general manager for corporate finance, EOC Limited CFO and as CEO of Triyards following its listing in 2012.
Lionel Lee, Ezra CEO and managing director, said: “I am pleased to extend a warm welcome back to Mr Chan Eng Yew, who will undertake the role of Interim CFO. Eng Yew is a veteran within the Group and has worn many hats during his tenure, all of which lend to his deep financial expertise within the oil and gas industry. The Group will leverage this experience to steer us through the current challenging period.”
Subsea World News Staff