Kee Guan Saw
Managing Partner – KST Partners, Chartered Accountants, a leading Asian focused Chartered Accounting practice in Melbourne President – Chinese Chamber of Commerce Victoria Inc.
Treasurer & Honorary Auditor to various non-profit and community organizations, including Chinese Association of Victoria Inc, Confucius Menzies Morality Society Inc. Business Advisor to many leading Asian owned and controlled companies, including listed companies from Malaysia, Singapore and Hong Kong Director and Secretary of Iatia Limited, an Australia Stock Exchange Listed company Kee is a Fellow member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia and holds statutory registration as the Registered Tax Agent and Registered Company Auditor Kee also holds an MBA degree from Monash University, Melbourne Kee has more that 28 years of Chartered Accounting practice experience both here and in Malaysia, including many years in Big 4 accounting firm. Kee has extensive experience in servicing the needs of corporate clients.
Mr. Zhang has spent over 20 years in real estate development and business management in China and Australia, and has developed extensive experience across a wide variety of areas, including agriculture, mining, infrastructure, property development, capital market investment and enterprise management.
His experience and project extends across Australia, mainland China and Hong Kong. Mr. Zhang is also the chairman Shenzhen Poly Ltd, Chairman of Shanghai Jihai Investment Ltd. Co. In China, the company is a member of the Asset Management Association of China (AMAC) and the director of Lincoln minerals Ltd. ASX, LML.
Dr. Saw Teong Soo OAM
Dr.Saw is a dental surgeon by profession. He has been an active member of the Chinese community. Dr.Saw is a foundation life member of and was the President of the Chinese Association of Victoria. The Chinese Association of Victoria Educational & Cultural Centre was built during Dr.Saw’s tenure as President. He is also the Chairman & Chief Executive Officer of the Australia Chinese Events Committee, Melbourne.For his service to the Chinese community has was awarded the order of Australia in 1999. He is presently the vice president of the Chinese Chamber of Commerce of Victoria.
Dr.Saw is a trustee of the Chinese Association of Victoria School Building Trust Fund and was a trustee of the Ararat Gum San Chinese Museum Trust and was a member of the Board of the Centre Adolescent Health, Royal Children Hospital, Melbourne.
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Mr Lim is currently the director of MRCB land Australia and Mammoth Empire. He had held the position of non-executive director of Australian listed mining companies and former independent director of Berjaya Media Bhd and number of interest in various industries
Ken Ong OAM
Ken Ong – Biography
Born in Malaysia and has lived in Melbourne since 1983.
Has a Bachelor degree in Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering (Monash) and a Master of Business Administration (RMIT).
From 1983 to 2002, worked for Ericsson Australia in various positions including senior management roles in operations and business areas.
Currently, is the owner and director of Future Kids Child Care group operating in the Melbourne metropolitan area.
Is a Life Member of the Chinese Association of Victoria, a Committee member since 1985 and was its President from 1998 to 2001.
Is the Public Relations Officer of the Federation of Chinese Associations (FCA -Vic) for the period 2004 to 2012. The FCA is the umbrella organisation for Chinese Community Groups in Victoria. Has also been the Chairperson of the Chinese New Year Festival committee from 2000 to 2007.
Is the Finance Director of the Australian Chinese Events Committee which organises the Chinese New Year Charity Ball. This event raises funds for local Charities since 1996.
Is a current Committee member of the Chinese Chamber of Commerce, Victoria.
Awarded the City of Melbourne Lord Mayor’s Community Service Award in 2007.
Awarded the Life Achievement Award for Community Services by the World Chinese Economic Forum in 2012
Awarded the Paul Harris Fellowship Award for services to the Chinese Community by the North Melbourne Rotary Club in 2013.
Elected as a Councillor of the City of Melbourne in 2008 and re-elected in 2012.
Has been the Deputy Chair of the Finance and Governance Committee, Deputy Chair of the People and Culture Committee, Chair of the Major Projects Committee during the 2008-2012 term. Also represented the City of Melbourne on the Committee for Melbourne, the Metropolitan Waste Management Group and the Inner Melbourne Action Plan.
Currently also Chairs the Disability Advisory Committee of the City of Melbourne.
Has been the Chair of the Planning Committee for the City of Melbourne from 2011 – 2016
As a civil engineer by profession, Daniel embarked on an engineering and construction career spanning across both Malaysia and Australia before entering into the Melbourne property development and project marketing sphere in the new millennia. He has been an advisor in a tensile structure builder in Malaysia for more than six years.
Whilst being a property investor, he has diverged into his property profession in Australia as buyers advocate and involved in several residential property developments within the eastern suburbs of Melbourne. It has becoming his major focus since 2007.
With Victoria real estate license Daniel is the principal of L.H.T. Inter-Pacific (LHTI), a Melbourne based property investment consultancy. Daniel is an active member and committee of several business councils and associations in Melbourne. His credence is built on integrity and professionalism.
Keng Tat Yeoh
Master in Engineering – Melbourne University ,
Bachelor in Engineering (Hons) – Adelaide University,
Dip Project Management.
Mr Yeoh has led range of international financial and investment transactions in Australasia. He is also involved in private enquity firm with investment in mining projects, property developments and aged care in Australia.
Over the years, he has management range of industrial development and technology projects in Australia and China valued over US$100M. Currently he is directly involved in multiple multimillion business acquisition in Australia. Experience in international trade and commerce, Mr Yeoh has assisted many entrepreneurs expand their business portfolio both in Australia, China and South East Asia. He was awarded Ernest & Young Business Readiness Award in 2002.
Ron Khor is the Managing Director and Financial Planner of RK & Associates Pty Ltd and is a Justice of Peace. He is a highly regarded professional with over 25 years experience in the Financial Services industry. Ron holds a Bachelor of Administration and Commerce (majoring in Accounting) and a Diploma in Financial Services. Ron has also completed the educational requirements for the Fellow Chartered Financial Practitioner designation of the Association of Financial Advisers, Australia. Ron has an unsurpassed in-depth knowledge of taxation and financial strategies that he applies to financial planning in advising his clients to provide them with excellent outcomes. Ron specialises in providing advice in the areas of Superannuation, Investments, Insurance, Home Loans, Retirement Planning and Employer and Corporate Superannuation.
In his spare time, Ron continues with his generous philosophy of helping others by interacting and personally providing coaching and training in the Chinese martial arts of Tai Chi and Qi Qong. For his contribution to the world of Tai Chi, Ron has the rare honour of being awarded the coveted title of Grand Master of Tai Chi by the World Martial Art Championship Committee of Beijing, China. “Being healthy, wealthy and wise is very important to one’s life – you must be healthy to be able to enjoy your life and to do it wisely,” Ron says. Ron is committed to provide you with a financial plan that will take into account all aspects of your financial and personal situation. Ron speaks Mandarin, Cantonese, Hokkien and some Tamil, apart from English..
Thomas is very passionate about helping people and influencing their daily life via his profession. He is currently running a small mortgage broker firm and providing financial advice and tailored research for his clients who want to build up a property portfolio to heritage to their children. Better economic connection will stimulate deeper cultural mutual understanding in a larger scale. With this belief, Thomas is volunteering his time at CCCV to help to facilitate more business activities between Australia and Chinese communities.