Chui Sing Loi (alias Tsui Sing Loi)

Chairman and Independent Non-Executive Director

Mr. Chui, aged 72, has been appointed as an Independent Non-Executive Director, the Chairman of the Board and a member of the Audit Committee of the Manager from 1 January 2017. Before joining the Manager, Mr. Chui was an engineer and a civil servant involved in the development of Singapore Changi Airport from the start to its opening in 1981. He headed the Mechanical and Electrical Branch of Changi Airport Development Division of the Public Works Department and took part in the setting up of Indeco Engineers Pte. Ltd. (“IEPL”), a government-owned company for the management of the new airport’s engineering facilities. He was subsequently released from the civil service to take up the position of Deputy General Manager of IEPL, and later its General Manager. Within a few years, IEPL had expanded to include facilities management of Singapore’s largest two hospitals; and the supply and installation of building services systems to Singapore’s mass rapid transit stations and to China World Trade Centre in Beijing.

Mr. Chui was a Project Manager to head its multi-disciplinary project management team of Suntec City Development Pte. Ltd. from June 1992 to December 1997 which directly managed the development of Suntec City, the largest commercial development in Singapore at that time.

Mr. Chui was involved in project and facilities management in the development projects such as Thomson 800, Costa Del Sol, Cairnhill Crest, One Raffles Quay and Marina Bay Financial Centre. One Raffles Quay and Marina Bay Financial Centre are mega developments comprising prime offices, retail spaces, and luxurious apartments in Singapore’s new business district.

Mr. Chui has extensive professional experience in property development, investment and facility management. He was awarded the Public Service Medal (Bronze) for his efforts in the development of Singapore Changi Airport.

Mr. Chui holds a Bachelor degree of Science (Engineering) from The University of Hong Kong.