Thome Group names senior finance manager
Singapore, April 30, 2013
Singapore-based Thome Group, a provider of ship management services to international shipping and offshore industries, has appointed Allinger Lim Eng Oon as senior manager, Operations Finance.
Lim is based in Singapore and is responsible for all aspects of finance, controlling and accounting for vessels under management within the ship management and offshore management segments of the group. She will also assume responsibility for the group’s shared services centre located in Manila.
She will report to Thome Group chief financial officer Martin McGregor.
“I am delighted to welcome Allinger Lim to the senior executive management team. Her transformation of our Vessel Accounting function over the past four years has merited this promotion from within the group,” McGregor said.
“We look forward to benefiting from Allinger’s expertise and inspirational leadership, which exemplify the professionalism, commitment and ethical values we foster group-wide via our ongoing Human Element training.”
Chairman and Group CEO Olav Thorstensen said: “Allinger is a welcome addition to the team. She has been a trusted team member who has grown into her role and has played a critical part in improving the group’s processes, benefitting Thome greatly. Her promotion is a testament to her hard work and we trust her to support Martin and the team to pave the way for the group’s growth in the coming years ahead.”
“As we celebrate our 50th anniversary, we also have an eye to the next 50 years. Making sure we have the right people keeping us on track is essential,” he added.
Lim joined the Thome Group as vessel accounting manager in 2009. She has a degree in Commerce, specialising in accounting, from Murdoch University in Australia. – TradeArabia News Service
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