Mr. Brandon Shui Ling Wang is the founder, Group Chairman & CEO of DSG International Limited ("DSGIL").
DSGIL, a holding company with corporate headquarters in Hong Kong, has remained effective equity and management control of two distinct business entities. The East Asia Region, predominantly Hong Kong and China, is the birthplace of DSG Group Worldwide founded in 1973. DSG International (Thailand) PLC is the regional headquarters responsible for the South East Asia and export markets. DSGIL divested his business in the North America Region, known as Associated Hygienic Products LLC (“AHP”) in early 2013.
Before founding the DSG Group, Mr. Wang had an impressive international career with leading airlines after graduating from St. Francis Xavier College in Hong Kong. He is married to Eileen with four children, Melissa, Justine, Davinia and Rayner.
Ambrose Chan joined DSG International (Thailand) PLC, as Chief Executive Officer, responsible for the South East Asian markets in May 2008 and has assumed the overall responsibility of Asia since December 2009. He was appointed as Director of DSGT, DSGMSB, DSGML, DSGS, PTDSG and DMS.
Ambrose started his regional management career in 1998. He was Chief Executive for the Asia Pacific Region and a Member of the Global Executive Board of Novartis Consumer Health S.A. from 1998 to 2002, and Associated British Foods & Beverages (ABF PLC) from 2003 to 2004, both based in Singapore. Prior to joining DSG, he was the Chief Executive Officer for Vitasoy International Holdings Ltd. from July 2004 to July 2007 in Hong Kong. And he was the Managing Director for Vasen Strategies Limited in August 2007.
Prior to his regional assignments, Ambrose was General Manager of Special Projects and Strategic Planning & Investments Director with the Henderson Group focusing on the hotels and retail portfolio in Greater China.
Ambrose embarked upon his general management career in 1990 as General Manager of Nestle China Ltd. (HK and Macau) upon moving back from the UK where he served as Marketing and Business Development Director of DSG (UK) Limited. Prior to this, Ambrose acquired his international marketing expertise with Procter & Gamble AG, in Switzerland where he was Marketing Manager for the Far East & Middle East markets.
Since September, 2007, Ambrose has been appointed Adjunct Professor of the Department of Management (part-time MBA Programme), the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He earned his MBA, General Management & Marketing, Ivey Business School, Canada in 1982 and a BBA (Hons.) degree from CUHK in 1978.
Aik Cheong joined DSG Malaysia in April 2010 as Finance Director for Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia markets. In May 2011, he was promoted as Chief Financial Officer – SEA. He was appointed as Director of DSGT DSGMSB, DSGML, DSGS, PTDSG and DMS.
Prior to joining DSG, Aik Cheong was Bausch & Lomb's Finance Director for SEA & Asia Finance Shared Service Centre from April 2007 to May 2010. Before that he was the Southern Asia Finance Controller in Stryker Corporation, a global medical device corporation from May 2006 to March 2007.
Aik Cheong started his career as an auditor with BDO Binder and is both a Certified Chartered Accountant and a Certified Public Accountant. He graduated with a Bachelor Degree of Accounting (Honors) from University of Malaya in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Justine joined the DSG group in 2004, where she assumed the role of Product Manager at DSG Malaysia. In 2010, she assumed the position of Director of Strategic Business Development for Asia. Justine was appointed as Director of DSGT, DSGMSB, DSGML, PTDSG and DMS.
Justine graduated with a Master of Business Administration degree from SASIN Graduate Institute of Business Administration at Chulalongkorn University. Previous to this, she earned a Master of Science in International Politics from the School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London, UK and a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Geography from Sussex University.
Chachanee Anantwatanapong joined DSG International (Thailand) PLC in June 2010, as Commercial Director for Thailand. In June 2012, she was promoted as General Manager – Thailand. Chachanee was appointed as Director of DMS in September and DSGT in December 2013.
Prior to joining DSG, Chachanee was Commercial Director & Legal Entity Head of Bausch & Lomb (Thailand), a global eye care company. She was responsible for Thailand, Myanmar, Cambodia and Laos markets. She has acquired over 15 years marketing and sales management experience from multinational FMCG (Colgate-Palmolive, SC Johnson and Reckitt Benckiser).
Chachanee earned a Master Degree of Business Administration (major in marketing) and a Bachelor of Accounting from Chulalongkorn University. She also received a Certificate of Advertising from the University of California, Los Angeles.
Sukporn has been appointed as an Independent Director of the Board of Directors since 2004 and also a Member of the Audit Committee. In 2009 he was appointed as Chairman of the Audit Committee.
Sukporn started his career with the Foreign Department of Bangkok Insurance Public Co., Ltd. in 1979. He moved to CP Intertrade Co., Ltd. where he was responsible for risk management of jont venture companies in China in 1990. He joined Inchcape Insurance Brokers (Thailand) Co., Ltd. as Broking Manager in 1992. In 1998, he was appointed General Manager - Commercial Line of Royal and Sun Alliance Insurance (Thailand). In 2002, he joined BT Insurance Co., Ltd. (a member of BankThai Group) as Deputy Managing Director and was promoted to Managing Director in January 2007. He left BT Insurance in August 2008. At present he works with Asia Insurance 1950 Co., Ltd. as Assistant Managing Director responsible for Underwriting.
Sukporn graduated from Bangkok University with a Bachelor Degree in Business Administration and MBA degree from Thammasart University.
Alex King has been appointed as an Independent Director of the Board of Directors and a Member of the Audit Committee since February 2012.
Alex King currently serves as a Director of Associated British Foods Asia Pacific Holding Company. Prior to joining DSGT, Alex King was the Chief Executive and Managing Director of its international beverage business in Asia since 2009 and was Managing Director – ASEAN and North Asia Region from 2003 to 2009 at Associated British Foods Plc. Alex has extensive experience in FMCG industry and has previously worked for Kraft, Kellogg and Novartis in a number of senior management assignments in the US, Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore and Thailand.
Alex King graduated from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania with MBA degree and MA degree from The School of Arts and Sciences, University of Pennsylvania. He is a Certified Public Account (CPA) and a member of AICPA.
Dicky Yip has been appointed as an Independent Director of the Board of Directors and also a Member of the Audit Committee since April 2013.
Dicky is the Chief Representative of IIF (Institute of International Finance) for Asia Pacific since July, 2012. In addition, he is an Independent Non-Executive Director of a number of listed companies, including Sun Hung Kai Properties, Ping An Insurance (Group) Company of China Ltd and South China (China) Ltd.
He joined HSBC in 1965 with working experience in Hong Kong, United Kingdom, USA and China. He was appointed Chief Executive China Business based in Shanghai from 2003 to 2005, later a General Manager of HSBC and Executive Vice President of Bank of Communications from 2005 till June, 2012 when he retired from the HSBC Group after 47 years of service.
Dicky was born in Shanghai and was educated in Hong Kong, graduated with an MBA from the University of Hong Kong. He is an elected associate member of the Chartered Institute of Bankers, London. He also holds a number of financial services certificates and licenses in Hong Kong, including the CFP issued by the Institute of Financial Planners. Dicky received the Ten Outstanding Young Persons Award for his contribution to the banking industry and the community. He was awarded the MBE (Military) by the British Government in 1984 and the Bronze Bauhinmia Star by the Hong Kong SAR Government in 2000.