EP Manufacturing appoints two new directors


KUALA LUMPUR: EP Manufacturing Bhd (EPMB) has appointed two new directors to its board as it seeks to undertake a new business agenda to turnaround the prospects of the company.

The two new directors are independent non-executive director Derek Cheng Sheng and executive director Mac Ho Kok Wei.

Derek Cheng ShengDerek Cheng Sheng

Cheng, who has over 20 years of experience in financial services, investment and corporate management, is currently a senior adviser to Blackstone Group (HK) Limited.

Prior to Blackstone, Cheng served as a member of the management committee and assistant chief executive officer of China Resources Capital Holdings Co., Ltd, the financial services unit of China Resources Group.

Mac Ho Kok WeiMac Ho Kok Wei

Meanwhile, Ho has held the position of managing director of Asean for HKFAEx Group Limited since 2020 and CEO of SSH Capital Holdings Sdn Bhd.

Separately, EPMB has set up a satellite office in China to help source and identify opportunities for collaboration with Tier 1 suppliers in China.

To spearhead this, the group has appointed Marcus Goh Kee Lun as director and country head for China.

Goh, who has been in China for over a decade, holds the position of CEO in HKICEx Limited, managing director China of HKFAEx Group Limited as well as fund manager cum partner in CIS Pride Fund. He is also the director of SSH Capital Sdn Bhd.

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