Independent Non-executive Director
Mr Wan Chee Foong joined Jurong Port Board on 1 October 2022 and was appointed a member of Jurong Port Board’s Executive Committee.
Mr Wan is the Regional CEO of Middle East South Asia (“MESA”) and the Head Group Business Development of PSA International (“PSAI”). He also sits on the PSAI’s Senior Management Council.
Mr Wan joined PSA in 2012, bringing with him a broad range of business development, investment management and restructuring experience in transport and logistics; as well as experience in the fast-moving consumer goods (“FMCG”) sector.
Prior to PSA, Mr Wan spent more than eight years in Temasek Holdings, an Asia investment firm headquartered in Singapore. Mr Wan focused on investments in the transportation sector and led teams in the evaluation and execution of investment opportunities, restructuring and nurturing of investee companies. His last appointment with Temasek was as Director of SeaTown Holdings, a USD3bn global investment fund wholly owned by Temasek.
In the early years of his career, he was with Singapore Airlines (“SIA”), where he held various management positions in the commercial technology, sales & marketing and internal auditor divisions.
Mr Wan is also Chairman of SHINE Children and Youth Services, a registered charity serving vulnerable children, youth and their families in Singapore. Mr Wan is also a member of the Institutional Review Board of Singapore University of Social Sciences. In addition, he sits on the Advisory Board of The Logistics Institute Asia Pacific – National University of Singapore and is also a committee member of the Singapore Business Federation (“SBF”) Infrastructure Committee and the SBF Latin American Business Group.
Mr Wan was awarded the Singapore Airlines Scholarship and graduated from Stanford University with a Bachelor of Science (Engineering).
Headquartered in Singapore, Jurong Port is a leading international multipurpose port operator handling general, bulk and containerised cargo. Jurong Port began operations in 1965 as a general and bulk cargo port, serving the development needs of Singapore’s Jurong industrial estate. Today, its main gateway terminal in Singapore welcomes more than 15,000 vessels each year from both the region and internationally.