Wendy Tang leaves Knight Frank Singapore, with firm to begin hunt for new group MD
Knight Frank Singapore declared this night that group supervising supervisor Wendy Tang will be leaving the company with effect from today, June 2. Tang will certainly be on leave until her last day of employment on Sept 1.
Her current assignment as team supervising supervisor marked the third time Tang took part in Knight Frank Singapore throughout her 30-year career in the real estate industry. The last time she was with Knight Frank was from 2010 to 2013, where she was executive director and also director of residential companies. The very first time Tang signed up with Knight Frank was in 1997, wherein she was senior supervisor of residential for job sales and consultancy till 2000.
“We would like to say thanks to Wendy for allowing to navigate the organization through the several constraints come across in the course of this time frame,” said Danny Yeo, Knight Frank Singapore exec chairman. We value Wendy’s additions to Knight Frank Singapore and also hope her well in her future efforts.”
As group supervising director, Tang has actually devoted the last three years worked on boosting Knight Frank Singapore’s systems as well as procedures, especially relative to company programs, according to the firm. She had at the same time been involved in creating a variety of companies in the last three years. “A lot of Wendy’s term as group handling executive has actually been affected by Covid-19 and the following economic slowdown,” according to the headline.
The business will begin “a headhunting procedure to select a brand-new team handling supervisor soon”, according to Knight Frank Singapore.
Tang had already joined Knight Frank Singapore in April 2019. Prior to that, Tang had invested 5 years with Malaysian construction and also development business, Beverly Group, a part of Singapore-registered Qingdao Investments.