Tsoi Yiu Ting Replaces Fung Sing Hong Stephen as CFO of China South City Holdings

Tsoi Yiu Ting has been appointed as Chief Financial Officer of China South City Holdings Limited. Tsoi replaces Fung Sing Hong Stephen who has ceased to act as CFO of the group but remains as Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer of the Group.

Fung will be able to dedicate more time on his role as chief executive officer and focusing on the overall management and operations of the Group. Meanwhile, Tsoi will be responsible for the overall financial management of the Group, establishing and maintaining investor relations and executing the Group’s capital market financing, mergers and acquisitions and business cooperation.

Tsoi, aged 43, has more than 17 years of experience in corporate finance and investment banking, specializing in initial public offerings, mergers and acquisitions as well as equity and debt financing for companies in the real estate, manufacturing and technologies sectors in Hong Kong and China.

Before joining the Group, Tsoi was the head of Hong Kong Corporate Finance of JP Morgan. Other positions he had held before that include director of Corporate Finance of ABN AMRO and vice president of Corporate Finance of Cazenove Asia Limited. He also worked at the Listing Division of The Hong Kong Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited.

Tsoi holds a bachelor degree of business administration from the Chinese University of Hong Kong and a master degree of business administration from London Business School. He is a fellow member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants. 


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