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Samuel Lim Syn Soo
Executive Chairman & Chief Executive Officer
  Mr. Lim is an engineer, entrepreneur and innovator.

He began his career as an Industrial Engineer in 1972 at Fairchild Semiconductor in Singapore. He held various senior positions including engineering, manufacturing and marketing, working for U.S. multinational companies based in Asia and USA.

Mr Lim is Founder, Executive Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Company and KESM Industries Berhad in Malaysia. He led the Company to become the world's largest independent test and burn-in service company and a leading solution provider.
Kenneth Tan Teoh Khoon
Executive Director
  Mr. Tan is responsible for the strategic direction and new business initiatives of some of the Sunright Group companies, contract negotiations, investor relations and oversees the financial management of the Group.

Prior to joining the Company in 1987, he worked in an international accounting firm, a major property group in Singapore and subsequently in a diversified multinational group in the manufacturing and packaging industries.
Daniel Soh Chung Hian
Lead Independent Director
  Mr. Soh began his career in 1977 with Ernst & Young LLP, Singapore, and was a partner from 1990 till his retirement in December 2012.

His 35 years of experience saw him auditing many public listed companies and working on many IPOs of listed companies.

Timothy Brooks Smith
Independent Non-Executive Director
  Mr. Smith has over 40 years of experience in the semiconductor industry. He had spent over 21 years at Texas Instruments ("TI") and was credited for the invention of TI's Low Power Schottky Product Line and BiFET OP AMP.

His last held position in TI was as a Senior Vice President of the Semiconductor Group, with worldwide profit and loss responsibility for its Memory, MOS Logic and DSP businesses. Reporting to Mr Smith were TI plants in Singapore, Taiwan, the Philippines and Houston. He managed TI's semiconductor wafer fabrication units in Dallas, Lubbock and Houston; was chairman of its wafer fabrication council; managed the annual capital expenditure budget for multiple wafer fabrication, assembly and test operations and the annual research and development budget for process technology and product development for the businesses under his management.

Mr Smith was the Semiconductor Group representative to the corporate capital subcommittee of the Board of Directors and Chairman of the Wafer Fabrication Council, responsible for the capital roadmap for 27 wafer fabrication units, worldwide. He was also responsible for the included income statement, balance sheet and cash flow of TI's worldwide Memory, MOS Logic and DSP businesses.
Sandy Foo Fei Ying
Independent Non-Executive Director
  Ms Foo has more than two decades of experience in legal practice, both in Singapore and in London.

She is a Partner of and serves on the Executive Committee of Rajah & Tann LLP ("R&T"). She specialises in Mergers & Acquisitions as a member of R&T's Capital Markets, Mergers & Acquisitions practice and is also a member of their Sustainability practice.

In addition, she has co-authored various publications, including the Singapore Chapter of the Mergers & Acquisitions (Global Legal Institute) 5th and 6th Editions; Singapore Chapter of the Corporate M&A 2020 Global Practice Guide (Chambers & Partners); and the Singapore Chapter of the Private Equity 2020 Global Practice Guide (Chambers & Partners).