Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants

Sasseur REIT Wins Highly Esteemed Corporate Excellence and Resilience Award at Singapore Corporate Awards and Two Awards at The Global Good Governance Awards

Monday, November 22, 2021 - 8:00am

Ms Cecilia Tan, CEO of SAMPL, said, "We are extremely delighted and gratified to receive this highly esteemed Singapore Corporate Awards.

Key Points: 
  • Ms Cecilia Tan, CEO of SAMPL, said, "We are extremely delighted and gratified to receive this highly esteemed Singapore Corporate Awards.
  • This has been a bumper year for Sasseur REIT where to-date the REIT has received four awards in recognition of its excellence in corporate governance and investor relations efforts, and witnessed marked improvement in its rankings in two well-known corporate governance indices.
  • Companies are screened based on several metrics, including Corporate Governance, Financial Resilience, Strategic and Operational Excellence and People Management.
  • Sasseur REIT was recognised for its high standards of corporate governance, despite being a relatively young REIT on the SGX.

EV Cargo announces new Global CFO

Wednesday, November 3, 2021 - 6:19pm

HONG KONG, Nov. 03, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Headquartered in Hong Kong, EV Cargo, a leading global freight forwarding, supply chain and technology company, has announced the hiring of a new Global CFO.

Key Points: 
  • HONG KONG, Nov. 03, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Headquartered in Hong Kong, EV Cargo, a leading global freight forwarding, supply chain and technology company, has announced the hiring of a new Global CFO.
  • With ongoing opportunities and challenges across global supply chains, EV Cargo continues to invest in building a global team positioned for growth and resilience.
  • Heath Zarin, Founder and CEO of EV Cargo, said: I am absolutely delighted that Chia Min has joined EV Cargo as Global CFO.
  • Chia Min Tan, Global CFO of EV Cargo, added: I am thrilled to join EV Cargo as it continues its rapid international growth.

New Commission's Decisions on 13 December 2018

Thursday, December 13, 2018 - 1:07pm

Financial penalties of $30,000, $20,000 and $6,000 were imposed respectively on Funding Societies, WTS Automotive Servicesand Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants for failing to make reasonable security arrangements to prevent unauthorised disclosure of personal data under their care.

Key Points: 
  • Financial penalties of $30,000, $20,000 and $6,000 were imposed respectively on Funding Societies, WTS Automotive Servicesand Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants for failing to make reasonable security arrangements to prevent unauthorised disclosure of personal data under their care.
  • Directions were also issued to SLF Green Maid Agency for reusing scrap or discarded paper which contained personal data.