Mr Tang is Chairman of Singapore LNG Corporation Pte Ltd and SIA Engineering Company Limited. Prior to this, he was Group President & CEO of Sembcorp Industries, where he devoted close to 30 years of his career and has been credited with spearheading its growth into a focused energy, water and marine group, with operations across five continents. For his vision, drive, entrepreneurial spirit and exemplary contributions to the energy sector, Mr Tang was conferred the Singapore Energy Award (SEA) in 2017. Mr Tang also serves as Chairman of the Ngee Ann Polytechnic Council, Vice Chairman/Director of Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital, as well as a Board Member/Director of Summit Power International Pte Ltd, the Singapore Cooperation Enterprise and the National Research Foundation.
Mr Hari Dass has been in legal practice in Singapore for over 44 years, and is currently a Consultant with Haridass Ho & Partners. He specialises in all shipping and admiralty matters, and has conducted several major arbitration cases in Singapore over the years, as Arbitrator, as Counsel and as Mediator/Conciliator. He is a Senior Accredited Specialist (Maritime & Shipping) with the Singapore Academy of Law, and a Panel Member of the Singapore International Arbitration Centre, the Singapore Chamber of Maritime Arbitration and the Asian International Arbitration Centre in Kuala Lumpur. He was formerly a Justice of the Peace and had served as a Magistrate of the States Court in Singapore.
Mr Foo is Senior Partner of Cyber for NCS Group, where he leads its Cybersecurity business and is also responsible for its internal Cybersecurity functions. Mr Foo has extensive experience in IT, security and operations from the public sector; and in leading cybersecurity, strategy, and Mergers & Acquisitions in the private sector. Prior to joining NCS, he was Managing Director, Head of Public Sector at Temus. Before that, he was the Group Chief Information Security Officer at Certis Group; CEO of Quann Asia Pacific; and had served in the Administrative Service of the Singapore Government, where his last appointment was Senior Director in the Ministry of Home Affairs.
Dr Lee is the Deputy Secretary of the Singapore Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF), and also serves on the Boards of the National Council of Social Service, Casino Regulatory Authority and Agency for Integrated Care, amongst others. She was the founding Chief Executive Officer of the Early Childhood Development Agency, which was established in 2013; and prior to that, her previous postings included the Ministry of Trade and Industry, the Ministry of Environment and Water Resources, and the Ministry of Finance.
Mr Leong is an Adjunct Associate Professor with NTU, Nanyang Business School and Senior Advisor to several companies. He serves as a Mentor and Resource Person with the Philip Yeo Initiative and recently completed the International Arbitration Certification program. Prior to this appointment, Mr Leong had a career of more than 28 years with the Shell Group; where he served in various roles across several portfolios in Refining, Chemicals, Trading and Supply, based in Singapore and the United Kingdom. He was a board member of Shell Eastern Petroleum (Pte) Ltd and Shell Eastern Trading Limited, which included an appointment as President of SIETCO. His senior regional responsibilities spanned geographies East of Suez.
Ms Ong has some 35 years of experience in financial functions, corporate planning, mergers and acquisitions and project financing. She was previously the Group Chief Financial Officer of The Straits Trading Company Limited, and a non-independent, non-executive Director of Malaysia Smelting Corporation Berhad, which is listed on the Main Boards of Bursa Malaysia and SGX-ST. Prior to joining Straits Trading, she was Executive Vice President of Sembcorp Industries Ltd and had served as a Board Director of various companies within the energy, water and marine sectors. She started her career with DBS Bank Ltd before moving on to Deloitte & Touche, and is currently a Fellow of both the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants and CPA Australia.
Mr Tan is the Chief Executive Officer of Singapore LNG Corporation Pte Ltd, and a 30-year veteran of the Energy/Petrochemical sector. Prior to joining SLNG in April 2019, he was the Managing Director of Vopak Terminals Singapore, where he oversaw five terminals that together generated a sizeable portion of Vopak’s global revenue. His earlier roles include managing the operations and business of Titan Petrochem (M) Sdn Bhd, and leading the manufacturing function at GE Plastics SEA.