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Christian Bock

  • JW Marriot Hotel Kuala Lumpur has appointed Christian Bock, who has 25 years’ experience in the hospitality industry, as its general manager.  

    Bock started his hotel career in Germany by attending the renowned hotel school, D. Speiser.  

    His portfolio includes managing of hotels, travel agents and cruise ships. 

    Bock has managed Hilton Hotel chain, The Sheraton Group and The Intercontinental Group.  

    He has also worked with Key International, a company that manages Kempinski Hotels, as director of operations and as general manager of the Van Palace Residences in Beijing. 

    Bock’s recipe for success is simple: “Return of investment to owners, satisfaction of guest and happy staff”. 

    “This is easy to say, but true challenge to achieve,” Bock said. 

  • CPA Australia, Malaysia branch, has appointed Audrey Danasamy as its director. She has been a member of CPA Australia since 1987. 

    Danasamy holds a degree in financial administration from University of New England. 

    She has served on the membership committee of CPA Australia, providing input on enhancing member value. 

    She started her career in auditing with Ernst & Young and then took up a position at the Royal Lake Club as finance manager and subsequently became its general manager. 

    She was then appointed executive director of Malaysia Australia Business Council (MABC), a position she held for seven years. 

    In her role as CPA Australia director Malaysia, Danasamy will use her vast managerial experience, including her directorship at MABC, in promoting trade and investment and forging business links between Malaysia and Australia in the area of education.  

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