In a series of filings to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on Wednesday, Landing International announced changes in the composition of its board and the move of the company headquarters to a new address.
Wang Yuying, who served as the chair of the board’s audit committee resigned as an independent non-executive director. Moreover, Bao Jinqiao resigned as the chairman of both the nomination committee and the remuneration committee, but remained on the board.
The chairmanship of all three board committees was given to independent non-executive Director Li Chun Kei.
Nguyen Van Tu Peter was appointed as an independent non-executive director, keeping the total board membership at ten.
Finally, Lam Pui Sea resigned as the company secretary and was replaced by Lok Man Tsit.
The filing had very little to say about the reasons for the reshuffle, only stating that Wang Yuying left the board “due to her other personal commitment” and that none of the resignations were due to disagreements with the board.
In a separate filing the same day, Landing announced that the firm’s headquarters would be moved to Two International Finance Centre in Central, Hong Kong, with effect from February 1.