FLC Faros General Director Nguyen Binh Phuong was elected to hold the position of Chairman of the Board of Directors, replacing Ms. Huong Tran Kieu Dung.
FLC Faros Construction Joint Stock Company (CK code: ROS) has just had a series of leadership changes. Ms. Nguyen Binh Phuong was dismissed from the position of General Director, to become the Chairman of the Board of Directors of FLC Faros.
Born in 1973, Ms. Phuong – Bachelor of Foreign Languages - joined FLC in 2011, experienced many positions at this group such as Head of Administration Department, Chief of Office, Deputy General Director of FLC Faros, Deputy General Director of FLC . She was appointed as the general director of FLC Faros from the end of November 2020.
The position of President of FLC Faros was vacated after Ms. Huong Tran Kieu Dung was arrested for allegedly manipulating and concealing securities information.
At the same time, this company also changed the title with Mr. Le Tuan Hung from permanent deputy director to deputy director. Tran The Anh was appointed as the permanent deputy director of FLC Faros.
Mr. The Anh used to work as Deputy General Director of FLC, Chairman of KLF International Investment Joint Stock Company (now CFS Import-Export and Trading Investment), Chairman of Mining Investment and Management Joint Stock Company. FLC asset management.
Since Mr. Trinh Van Quyet and a number of other leaders were arrested, FLC and its member companies have continuously had to add replacement personnel. In the near future, FLC will hold an extraordinary meeting to elect more members of the Board of Directors and the Supervisory Board. At Bamboo Airways, this airline also recently appointed deputy general director Nguyen Ngoc Trong to hold the position of vice president.
At BOS securities company, Mr. Chu Tien Vuong, vice chairman of the Board of Directors, was also elected to hold the position of chairman from mid-month. This position also previously belonged to Ms. Huong Tran Kieu Dung.
This securities company last week announced the sale of 8 million HAI shares owned by FLC Group. All of these shares were sold out in 3 trading sessions on April 15, 18 and 19. Currently, FLC only holds about 15 million HAI shares, equivalent to 8.25% capital of HAI Agriculture and Pharmaceutical Joint Stock Company.
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