Hong Kong, SAR Peoples’ Republic of China, 11 May, 2018
Euro Asia Premier Real Estate Company Limited (JT9; ISIN: VGG3223A1057) is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Russell B. Smith to the board of directors effective immediately.
As a graduate of the acclaimed London School of Economics, Russell has more than 20 years of experience in senior roles across the Asia-Pacific region, with particular expertise in commodity trading and financial markets transactions. Before joining Euro Asia, he accounted for the Asian operations and business development in metal trading of Baird & Co. Ltd’s Singapore-based entity. Prior to that, he worked at Strategon Asia Pte. Ltd., a Singapore-based Asia-Pacific-focused corporate advisory practice specializing in advising high-growth companies. Throughout his career and across the board, he completed a wide variety of successful assignments, including regional and global joint ventures, regional distribution partnerships, strategic acquisitions and the raising of capital in the Asia-Pacific region and Australia.
Patrick P. L. Chan, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Euro Asia, says: “The addition of Russell to the board of Euro Asia Premier Real Estate Company Limited is our continuing effort to seek out new Asian and European business partners and acquisitions. Russell was director to a number of boards and has an extensive working background in capital markets, having worked at a number of international banks in Asia. Mr. Smith’s board appointment will prove invaluable to the company as we look to expand throughout the economically most exciting and thriving region in the world.”
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About Euro Asia
Euro Asia is a BVI registered company, active in demand driven development of real estate projects in the Shandong area of the People’s Republic of China. The Company operates locally through its subsidiaries. By utilizing its strong local network to banks, political decision makers, land owners and other developers, the Company intends to grow its position in the Shandong Province prior to moving into other regions.
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