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BreadTalk Group CFO, CIO Chan Ying Jian resigns

His resignation is effective on 15 March.

BreadTalk Group announced the resignation of their chief finance and chief investment officer Chan Ying Jian.

Chan, who was appointed CFO first in 2015 and CIO in October last year, is said to be pursuing a different career.

In an announcement sent to the SGX, the company said that the Group Executive Chairman George Quek Meng Tong will oversee the company’s accounting, financial, treasury and tax matters, assisted by the Group financial controller and division financial controller.

His resignation is effective on 15 March.

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