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Tay Kay Luan

  • THE Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), the largest and fastest growing global professional accountancy body, has appointed Tay Kay Luan (pic) as head of ACCA Malaysia, effective July 1. 

    Tay will head ACCA's office in Malaysia and be responsible for market development, services to members and students, communications and innovation, ACCA Malaysia said in a statement.  

    A graduate of the London School of Economics and Political Science, Tay was formerly with Price Waterhouse, Andersen Consulting and the Hay Group. 

    On his appointment, Tay said: “Malaysia is one of ACCA's most important markets and I look forward to working with senior members and colleagues to raise awareness of the opportunities which are available to ACCA students and members.” – Bernama 

  • SHELL Malaysia has appointed Heng Hock Cheng, who has been managing director of Shell MDS (M) Sdn Bhd since 1998, as managing director of its China-based downstream gas and power business. 

    Heng Hock Cheng

    Throughout his tenure with Shell, Heng has represented Netherlands-based Shell International BV as its board director in three Malaysia LNG joint-venture companies. He was also vice president of the Malaysian Gas Association. 

    Heng, a bachelor of science graduate (chemical engineering), assumed the post of Shell's Sarawak gas business general manager in 1996 before serving as technical director for Sarawak Shell Petroleum Co from 1991. 

    Heng is succeeded by Idris Jala, who has been serving the group as vice-president of retail marketing in London-based Shell Retail International since last year. 

    Prior to this post, Idris was appointed vice-president of Business Development Consultancy, Shell International Oil Products - also based in London - in 2000. 

  • Shell has also appointed Steve Clearwater as executive director and country manager of Shell Information Technology International Sdn Bhd (SITI). 

    Clearwater has held various positions in IT in New Zealand, Australia, Britain and Singapore. Prior to the current post, he was based in Hague as global desktop services manager. 

  • Kodak (M) Sdn Bhd has appointed Ivy Peng as its new general manager. She will be working closely with Kodak's team to ensure continued growth in the imaging industry and drive the company towards profitability. 

    The promotion comes after 18 years of service within Kodak organisation from sales executive to national sales manager and now general manager.  

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