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Loh Kok Beng

MR. LOH KOK BENG

Mr. Loh Kok Beng was appointed as a Director of Tek Seng on 16 August 2004.

He graduated from Han Chiang High School in 1984 with Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia. After completing his elementary education, he joined the family business whose business activity is trading of PVC based materials. As the Group’s Executive Chairman and founder, he has been instrumental in the development, growth and success of the Group. In early 1980s, he started working as sales personnel under the guidance of the late Loh Phah Seng @ Loh Boon Teik, the original founder. Subsequently in 1989, he took over the management of the business and together with his brother, Mr. Loh Kok Cheng, they expanded the Group’s trading businesses by establishing Pelangi Segi Sdn. Bhd. and Double Grade Non-Woven Industries Sdn. Bhd.

In 1995, he initiated into the manufacturing of PVC products and set-up Wangsaga Industries Sdn. Bhd. In 2004, Tek Seng was listed on the Second Board of Bursa Securities and 2 years later Tek Seng was successfully transferred to the Main Board of Bursa Securities. In 2014, the Group ventured into the manufacturing and sales of photovoltaic products such as solar cells, solar panels or solar modules.

He does not have any other directorships in public companies and listed corporations.

He is the brother of Mr. Loh Kok Cheng, a Director and major shareholder of the Company and Mdm. Loh Joo Eng, a director of the Company and father of Mr. Loh Eng Chun, who is also a Director of the Company. He does not have any conflict of interest in any business arrangement involving the Company except as disclosed in the Financial Statements.

He attended all five Board Meetings held during the financial year ended 31 December 2019.


Loh Kok Cheng

MR. LOH KOK CHENG


Mr. Loh Kok Cheng was appointed as a Director of Tek Seng on 16 August 2004.

He graduated from Chung Ling High School in 1985 with Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia. After completing his elementary education, he joined the family trading business and worked as sales personnel. He is the co-founder of Tek Seng where he had assisted in the development of the Group and accumulated more than 30 years in the PVC industry.

He had travelled to many continents to expand the Group’s business as well as exploring new business opportunities. Since year 2000 onwards, the Group had exported its products to more than 50 countries worldwide.

Mr. Loh Kok Cheng is currently responsible in overseeing the overall operations and management of the Group. He is also involved in developing overseas businesses and execution of the Group’s strategies.

He does not have any other directorships in public companies and listed corporations.

He is the brother of Mr. Loh Kok Beng, a Director and major shareholder of the Company and Mdm. Loh Joo Eng, a director of the Company and uncle of Mr. Loh Eng Chun, who is also a Director of the Company. He does not have any conflict of interest in any business arrangement involving the Company except as disclosed in the Financial Statements.

He had attended four out of five Board meetings held during the financial year ended 31 December 2019.


Loh Joo Eng

MDM. LOH JOO ENG

Mdm. Loh Joo Eng was appointed as a Director of Tek Seng on 16 August 2004.

She graduated from Penang Chinese Girls’ High School in 1978 with Malaysia Certificate of Education. She is responsible for the daily operations and procurement of raw materials for the Group. She has more than 34 years of experience in PVC based industry.

She does not have any other directorships in public companies and listed corporations.

She is the sister of Mr. Loh Kok Beng and Mr. Loh Kok Cheng, who are the Directors and major shareholders of the Company and aunty of Mr. Loh Eng Chun, a Director of the Company. She does not have any conflict of interest in any business arrangement involving the Company except as disclosed in the Financial Statements.

She had attended all five Board meetings held during the financial year ended 31 December 2019.


Leow Chan Khiang

Mr. LEOW CHAN KHIANG

Mr. Leow Chan Khiang was appointed as a Director of Tek Seng on 01 July 2017.

Leow Chan Khiang is a Chartered Accountant and a member of the MIA and a Fellow member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, United Kingdom (“FCCA”). He also holds a Master Degree in Business Administration from Northern University of Malaysia and a Bachelor Degree in Economics from University of Malaya.

He began his career in 1991 as corporate banking executive in Hong Leong Bank Berhad and resigned in 1996 to join Malaysian International Merchant Bankers Berhad (“MIMB”). In MIMB, he was responsible for various corporate debts and fund raising exercises as well as general advisory works. In 2001, he resigned from his position as an assistant manager of MIMB and joined a local logistic company for a short stint of one year. In 2002, he joined CAB Cakaran Sdn. Bhd. as a director of corporate finance and subsequently in 2003 appointed to the board of CAB Cakaran Corporation Berhad (“CAB”) as an executive director where he was responsible for corporate planning, accounting and tax as well as joint ventures matters. In 2007, he resigned from CAB and was subsequently appointed to the board of SLP Resources Berhad as a non-independent non-executive director.

Presently, he is a non-independent non-executive director of SLP Resources Berhad and an independent non-executive director of Ni Hsin Resources Berhad, Salutica Berhad and Iconic Worldwide Berhad (Formerly known as Sanbumi Holdings Berhad), all are public companies listed on Bursa Securities. He is also a director and shareholder of few private limited companies involved corporate and financial services, food and confectionery.

He does not have any family relationship with any Director and/or major shareholder of the Company nor any conflict of interest with the Company.

He had attended all five Board meetings held during the financial year ended 31 December 2019.


Haji Mohamed Hanniffah

TUAN HAJI MOHAMED HANIFFAH BIN S.M. MYDIN

Tuan Haji Mohamed Haniffah Bin S.M. Mydin was appointed as a Director of Tek Seng on 16 October 2006.

He graduated from Katholik University of Leuven, Belgium with a Master of Business Administration. He started his career as an officer in Koperasi Usaha Bersatu Malaysia Bhd in March 1981 and later was promoted to Assistant Manager. In January 1983, Tuan Haji Mohamed Haniffah was seconded to JUB Credit & Leasing Sdn. Bhd. as a General Manager where he was in charge of the credit & leasing operations. He left JUB Credit & Leasing Sdn. Bhd. in March 1985.

In April 1985, Tuan Haji Mohamed Haniffah joined Advanced Electronics (M) Sdn. Bhd. (“AESB”), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Idris Hydraulic (Malaysia) Bhd as a Senior Manager. He was later promoted to the position of Group General Manager. Tuan Haji Mohamed Haniffah was responsible for an array of business portfolios including the restructuring exercise, strategic planning, business development and financial matters of AESB.

In November 1995, Tuan Haji Mohamed Haniffah left AESB and ventured into his own business. Shortly, he joined Instangreen Corporation Bhd which was under the Corporate Debt Restructuring Committee as the Chief Operating Officer. He was involved in the financial and business restructuring of Instangreen Corporation Bhd until it was re-floated under its new name of LBS Bina Bhd.

Tuan Haji Mohamed Haniffah re-joined AESB Group in August 1999 to re-strategise the consumer home electrical business. In early 2005, he partnered with a senior officer of AESB’s holding company, jointly acquired the entire group of AESB under a Management Buy-Out Scheme. AESB was later sold to a third party where he resigned as the Chief Executive Officer of AESB in July 2006.

He does not have any other directorships in public companies and listed corporations.

He does not have any family relationship with any Director and/or major shareholder of the Company nor any conflict of interest with the Company.

He had attended four out of five Board meetings held during the financial year ended 31 December 2019.