TRW's executive and non-executive main board
members are all eminent in their respective disciplines.
Having held senior executive positions with two of the world's largest international contractors and developers and the Managing Directorship of an international property development and construction group focused on developing and constructing in the Middle East he was later based in Hong Kong for 15 years, where he was responsible for directing and financing all of the construction of, and for, the Royal Hong Kong Jockey Club (at the time the largest developer and constructor in Hong Kong). He is responsible for the writing of new construction contracts which significantly protect investors.
Ex Head of Corporate Finance Advisor and Capital Markets at Commerzbank and Commissioner of PT Bank Finconesia. During his 16 years banking experience, has dealt extensively in the areas of structured finance/derivatives, international capital markets and restructuring advisory. His global postings included Asia, Europe and North America. Previously, the Director and Head of Debt and Equity Syndicate of UBS. Initially was trained at two United Kingdom merchant banks in the City of London.
Until joining TRW has been the principle partner of one of the longest established and largest architectural practices in Hong Kong with offices in China, Thailand, Burma and the Middle East. He specializes in managing the design and supervision teams of large complex projects for a wide range of clients. He is a member of the RIBA, the RAIA, a former council member of the HKIA and has been an advisor to a number of Hong Kong government agencies.
A partner in Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer specialising in large-scale mergers and acquisitions and debt and equity raising, working in Asia from 1991 to 2004. Initially with the Australian law firm Allen Allen & Hemsley (now Allen Arthur Robinson) he became a partner, worked in indonesia and eventually became managing partner. While in Indonesia he acted on a number of the major debt and equity fund raisings, advising international underwriters. His clients included CSFB, Morgan Stanley, UBS, Goldman Sachs, Salomon Brothers, News Corporation and a number of major international companies. Joining Freshfields as a partner in 2000, based in Singapore. He worked on a number of major transactions including United Overseas Bank on its S$10 billion takeover of Overseas Union Bank, for the global co-ordinators on the IPO of Mobile One Asia Limited, for PLUS Expressways on the IPO of the North-South expressway that links Singapore to Kuala Lumpur, and for the lead managers on the first two REITs in Singapore. He also dealt with other international capital market transactions.