Board changes at Genting Hong Kong

More senior executives have resigned from the group.
More senior executives have resigned from the group.

Chan Kam Hing Chris has resigned as executive director of the company.

Hong Kong.- Genting Hong Kong has announced that executive director Chan Kam Hing Chris and company secretary Yung Mei Yee are leaving the group’s board. Through a company statement, Chan said he has no disagreement with the board and there is no matter relating to his resignation that needs to be brought to the attention of the shareholders.

Yung Mei Yee has resigned as company secretary and the authorised representative with effect from January 26. 

Genting Hong Kong has also announced that Wing Sze Tiffany Wong has been appointed as the process agent to replace Chan Kam Hing Chris with effect from January 26. A few days ago, Tan Sri Lim Kok Thay stepped down as CEO of the company. Meanwhile, Colin Au has resigned as deputy chief executive officer, group president and executive director.

Genting Hong Kong filed for liquidation after a German court rejected a request to release US$88m in funds for its German shipyard unit MV Werften. The cruise ship operator said the petition was essential to “maximise the chance of success of the financial restructuring and to provide a moratorium on claims by any of its unsecured creditors and to seek to avoid a disorderly liquidation of the company.” 

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