Link COO quits, citing personal reasons

Link COO Andy Cheung Lee-Ming has resigned from the business.

Lee-Ming said he planned to “devote more time to personal and other priorities”. He has resigned as executive director from Link’s board effective October 2 and will continue his role as Link COO until December 20 to facilitate a smooth transition.

“We thank Andy for his distinguished and dedicated service to Link over the past 10 years,” said Link CEO George Hongchoy. “He played an instrumental role in steering and implementing several key initiatives that have shaped Link’s growth. We sincerely thank Andy for his leadership and friendship.”

Link is pursuing its medium-term strategic goal Vision 2025 with three focus areas: Portfolio Growth, Culture of Excellence and Visionary Creativity. 

“Our management bandwidth remains strong as we continue our expansion in the region,” said Hongchoy.

As part of Link’s plans to strengthen operations, the firm says it is growing its talent pipeline and advancing its technology setup via the implementation of its Facilities Management Information Technology project, reviewing its Enterprise Resource Planning system and rationalising various existing digital platforms and applications.

“I am excited about Vision 2025, our people and all the initiatives we are pushing ahead,” added Hongchoy.  “Upon completion, these transformative initiatives will certainly take Link to new heights.”


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