Graham Duncan, Independent Non-Executive Chairman.

Graham Duncan is a UK based chartered accountant with more than 20 years’ capital markets experience. He also holds the Corporate Finance Diploma issued by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales. He is currently Chief Financial Officer to Code Investing Limited, an FCA regulated financial technology company that connects investors with small and medium enterprises seeking finance.

He has specialised in advising quoted companies since 2000 with regard to financial reporting, transaction support and regulatory compliance. Since 2013, Graham has run a consultancy business providing advice to growing private and public companies in the UK and internationally. Clients have included Learning Technologies Group (an AIM-quoted e-leaning services and technologies business); Blue Prism (an AIM-quoted provider of an enterprise-strength Robotic Process Automation software platform); TechFinancials Inc (an AIM-quoted software developer that supplies simplified trading solutions to online brokers); and Escape Hunt Group, (an AIM-quoted global provider of live ‘escape the room’ experiences). Until 2013, Graham was a capital markets director with Mazars LLP in London. Graham has worked closely with Asian companies and advised on the AIM admission of Pixel Media (a Hong-Kong based online advertising and media company) and Velosi Group (a Malaysian oil services company). He confirmed that he previously worked for an international firm of chartered accountants in Asia and was based in Hong Kong between 1993 and 1996. Between November 2014 and May 2016 he served as a non-executive director to Waratah Resources Limited, a company listed on the Australian Stock Exchange. He resides in the UK.

Soon Beng Gee (“Nicholas”), Executive Director

Nicholas has broad industry experience, having operated businesses in the retail, trading and e-commerce sectors as well as in social commerce, having worked in talent management and on-line marketing companies. He is currently the director and shareholder of Plymouth Infotech Limited (“Plymouth Infotech”), a company focused on information technology system services and business consultancy services for companies based in South East Asia, primarily in the e-commerce industry.

Nicholas began his career in foreign exchange trading and became an early pioneer of automated trading in the Malaysian market, which introduced him to many customers – including high net worth individuals. He developed an automated trading platform to operate across multiple industries, notably in the sphere of media, e-commerce and social networking. He worked for MAMA11 MART (M) Sdn. Bhd. (“MAMA11”), which acquired vending machines. He introduced in-house software and hardware development and implemented real time stock updating systems to the vending machines. Now MAMA11 has become a retail automation specialist and leading vending machine service provider in the retail industry in Asia. He sold MAMA11 in 2017. Recently he has focused on business consultancy where he specialises in retail automation strategy and marketing with an emphasis on leveraging the purchasing power of social media.

Nicholas graduated from the University of Westminster with a Master of Arts in International Business and Management in 2010. He currently resides in Malaysia.

Lee Chong Liang (“Marcus”), Executive Director

Marcus has over eight years’ experience in business consultancy, specialising in shaping business models and entrepreneur mentoring. He currently works closely with Soon Beng Gee in Plymouth Infotech Limited, a company focused on information technology system services and business consultancy services for companies based in South East Asia, primarily in the e-commerce industry. Mr. Lee’s principal responsibilities include business training with a focus on marketing and increasing revenue growth through strengthening brands, increasing member and consumer royalties and turnaround activities. Between 2010 to 2016, Marcus worked for Red Antz Event Sdn. Bhd. a company focused on event management and business consultancy services, as an associate providing business mentoring services to clients based in South East Asia.

Over the course of his career Marcus has been a business mentor and has provided entrepreneur training seminars to a wide variety of companies, including blue chip corporations. He graduated from the University of Nottingham Trent with a Master of Science in International Real Estate Investment and Finance in 2009. He currently resides in Malaysia.

Harry Chathli, Independent Non-Executive Director

Harry is an experienced capital markets specialist with 25 years experience in advising global companies, organisations and government agencies. Currently he is a director of Luther Pendragon Ltd, an independent communications consultancy, and a director of a capital markets advisory consultancy, Access Capital Markets. He is also Chairman of Lokcom Networks Ltd, an internet-of-things technology start-up company and a Non-executive Director of Green & Smart Holdings plc, a Malaysian AIM-quoted renewable energy company.

Over the past 18 years he has advised public companies listed on the London Stock Exchange’s main market and quoted on AIM, as well as on NASDAQ and other international bourses. Clients have included Taptica International Ltd, a mobile advertising technology company; Plus500 Ltd, an online service provider for retail customers to trade contracts-for-difference; Eckoh plc, a global provider of secure payment products and customer contact solutions; and ClearStar Inc, a technology and software-as-a-service provider to the background check industry. He has also worked within Asia, including advising on the IPOs of Malaysian companies Teliti International Ltd, software solutions business, renewable energy businesses MayAir Group plc and Green & Smart Holdings Ltd.

Harry’s experience includes advising on international M&A deals, IPOs, MBOs, crisis communications as well as financial PR starting in 1998 at Brunswick Group, a global partnership advising on business critical issues to companies in 14 countries. Prior to that, Harry worked for Adam Smith International, a global advisory and consulting business, with his particular focus being Vietnam. In 2004, he established a financial PR company, Corfin, which was then acquired by Luther Pendragon in 2011. He resides in the UK.