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SIA names Dominic Ho as independent non-executive director
SINGAPORE Airlines has appointed an independent non-executive director. Accounting professional Dominic Ho Chiu Fai, 66, will take on this role with effect from May 1.
In a statement released on Friday, Singapore's flag carrier said that Mr Ho will join the SIA Board Audit Committee. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, and a member of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
Mr Ho began his career as an auditor with KPMG in 1975 in the US city of Houston, covering a wide range of industries. He retired in 2007 as co-chairman of KPMG, China and Hong Kong.
During his career with KPMG, Mr Ho was regarded as its China business specialist. He advised on China's offshore oil industry, participated in the formation of China's taxation system, was involved in initial public offerings of Chinese companies and assisted foreign companies with their investments in China.
Mr Ho is also non-executive chairman of DBS Bank (China) Limited. He is also an independent non-executive director of DBS Bank (Hong Kong) Limited, Hang Lung Properties Limited and Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration and Master of Science, both from the University of Houston. He was a member of the Corruption Prevention Advisory Committee of Hong Kong's Independent Commission Against Corruption, and was a member of Hong Kong's Insurance Advisory Committee.