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Mr Ng has been the Principal Consultant of Chadway Management Service Pte Ltd since 1982. He is responsible for providing operational management, planning and executing growth strategies, merger and acquisitions activities and corporate finance services to companies in Singapore and the region, including the PRC. He also advises on business growth and globalisation strategies, capital market and corporate governance issues and is an active capital market intermediary matching capital with business.
Mr Ng’s vast experience and knowledge provides him with the credentials to sit on a number of Boards of public companies that are listed on the Singapore and Australian Exchanges. Mr Ng has chaired Shareholders’ and Board meetings, Audit and Remuneration Committees since 2000 and is a member of various Nomination, Audit and Remuneration Committees.
Since 2009 Mr Ng has served as a Non-Executive Director of ASX listed GBM Gold Ltd and was appointed its Non Executive Chairman on 1 Jan 2014. He is also currently a Non-Executive Director of Richfield International Ltd (ASX - “RIS”) and has been the Lead Independent Director at SGX Mainboard listed Chasen Holdings Ltd since 2007.
Mr Ng is also active in various societies and institutions, being a member of the Singapore Institute of Directors and a Fellow of the Singapore Human Resource Institute. He also served as District Governor for Singapore of Lions Clubs International from 2002 to 2003.
Mr Ng resides in Singapore.
Mr Pynt has 32 years’ experience in law, accounting and business management.
After graduating in law from the University of Western Australia in 1980, Mr Pynt completed his articled clerkship at Dwyer & Thomas Solicitors before commencing work in 1983 as a tax consultant with the accounting firm Duesburys, which subsequently merged with Ernst & Whinney.
In 1985 Mr Pynt established his own legal firm and in 1988 merged his firm with Michell Sillar McPhee where he became a Partner. He subsequently established the firm Healy Pynt and after leaving that firm established the practice of McDonald Pynt Lawyers with David McDonald in 2003. Steven ceased practice in June 2010 to take up the position of Managing Director of Muzz Buzz Franchising Pty Ltd which is Australia’s leading specialty drive through coffee franchise with 52 stores in Australia and New Zealand.
Mr Pynt also obtained a Bachelor of Business in 1986, a Master of Business Administration in 1995, and a Master of Taxation Studies in 1999.
Mr Pynt has held a number of Public and Private company board positions. He is currently chairman of listed public companies Richfield Group Limited, South East Asia Resources Ltd and Global Health Ltd, and a non-executive Director of Gondwana Resources Limited. Mr Pynt was Deputy Chairman and then Chairman of the Commercial Tribunal of Western Australia from 1994 – 2004, which deals with Commercial Tenancy legislation, Credit Act and other commercial disputes and applications. He also taught Ethics and Professional Responsibility to Articled Law Clerks from 1994 to 2005 and was a member of the Racing Penalties Appeal Tribunal from 1995 to 2007.
Mr Pynt resides in Perth.
Mr Pixley has worked as a merchant banker specialising in strategic corporate development, joint ventures and acquisitions. He has 20 years' experience in the Asian business sector, and has extensive networks and relationships that will provide the Company with access to key personnel in the government, corporate and private business sectors particularly in Asia Pacific region.
Mr Pixley has been a director of both listed and unlisted companies in Australia and the United States, being responsible for corporate compliance, banking negotiations and legal interface. In addition, in 1992 Mr Pixley joined a prominent Asian group with both listed and private companies having extensive business interested throughout Asia, United States of America and Australia. He was part of a management team which, over a period of 10 years, oversaw the development of industrial properties throughout China, developments in Australia and the expansion of industrial manufacturing plants in Asia.
Mr Pixley is currently a director of Pan Asia Corporations Limited (ASX:PCZ) and Oklo Resources Limited (ASX:OKU) and resides in Perth.
Mr Kea Kah Kim is the President Director (Chief Executive Officer) of PT First Flower, the operating subsidiary of the Company.
Mr Kea has an engineering/operational research degree from the University of Leeds, UK. He has experience in banking and corporate finance. He joined the bank in 1982, leaving as Head of Corporate Planning in 1984. He then joined his family business which is an Indonesian group with diverse business interests in logging, manufacturing of wood products, shipping and trading. At its peak, the business had forest concessions of approximately 500,000 hectares of forest land in Indonesia, and Mr Kea has experience in management relations with all levels of government and other key stakeholders. Between 2002 and 2008, Mr Kea was the Chief Executive Officer of two public companies listed on the Stock Exchange of Singapore. The main business of these two companies is telecommunications, media and publishing.
The Board of Commissioners of PTFF is headed by Ms Tang Ooi Nee as President Commissioner.
The senior management includes Prof H.T. Luntungan, Chief Operating Officer and Dr Ir Arief R M Akbar, Head of research team at PTFF.
Prof Henky T. Luntungan is Chief Operating Officer at PTFF. Born in 1945, he graduated from the Sam Ratulangi University, Manado Indonesia, and holds a M Sc. from the University of Los Banos, Phillipines. He is a leading breeder and scientist of coconut, palm oil plantation, corn, and also on nipah palm plantation. Henky held many leading executive positions such as the chief operating officer with PT Astra Palm Oil Plantation, one of the biggest plantation owners in Indonesia before joining PTFF.
Dr Ir Arief RM Akbar is head of the research team at PTFF. He graduated from Bogor Agriculture University in 1992 majoring in Bio Systems and Management in Industrial Agriculture with minor in Technical Operations and Modeling. Between 2003 and 2013, he has written and published several research papers and journals on bio-ergonomics and genetic algorithms. He is also a lecturer in the Faculty of Agriculture/Agro Technical Industry of University of Lambung Mangkurat (UNLAM) in Kalimantan, Indonesia.
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providing research, experimentation, licensing, and consulting services for agricultural biogenetics in Indonesia.