Wellous appoints Lee Koon Tan as group president

Lee Koon Tan

KUALA LUMPUR: Wellous Group Limited, a fast-growing Asia-based international nutrition company has appointed Lee Koon Tan as group president.

In a statement, the Asia-based international nutrition company said Lee will oversee and drives the company’s transformational initiatives and expansion plans.

He is responsible for corporate development activities, including strategic partnerships and investment opportunities.

Previously, he has held leadership roles across various companies in the Hong Leong Group. He is also a CFA Charterholder.

Wellous has also appointed Jorrine Ang as a chief financial officer, effective December 2022.

Ang has over 10 years of experience in senior management roles of public companies listed on the Bursa Malaysia Stock Exchange, where she was responsible for the formulation and implementation of corporate strategies as well as overseeing corporate finance, fundraising, and investment management.

Prior to joining Wellous, Jorrine founded and ran her own advisory practice, providing pre-IPO advisory, capital fundraising, mergers and acquisitions and corporate restructuring services for corporate clients.

Ang has completed an ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) and holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from the University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom.

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