Big bosses of airline, securities company leave ‘hot seats’
Bamboo Airways has new CEO
Dang Tat Thang has resigned from the post of president and CEO of Bamboo Airways, and the post of vice president of FLC Group.
Thang, born in 1981, has a master’s degree in construction and project management from Northumbria in the UK.
After Trinh Van Quyet was detained, Thang was appointed to the post of FLC and Bamboo Airways president until the general meeting of shareholders and the board of directors made new decisions.
Nguyen Manh Quan was appointed to the post of Bamboo Airways’s CEO on July 27 to replace Thang. The newly appointed CEO has a PhD in economics and had been working as deputy CEO of the air carrier since June 2020.
Two members of board of directors of Louis Capital resign
On July 29, Louis Capital (TGG) officially received Ngo Thuc Vu’s letter of resignation as a member of the board of directors, starting July 28. Prior to that, he submitted a letter of resignation for the post of CEO and legal representative of the company, starting July 18.
Meanwhile, on July 27, Louis Capital said that it has received two letters of resignation from Nguyen Mai Long and Cao Ba Trung, members of the board of directors.
Several days after the arrest of Do Thanh Nhan, TGG’s board of directors on April 26 received a letter of resignation from Trinh Van Bao, who was then deputy chair of the board of directors. Prior to that, he was appointed to the post of TGG’s vice president in the 2021-2026 term, starting from November 25, 2021.
Tien Phong Securities’ CEO resigns
Tran Son Hai on July 23 submitted a letter of resignation for the post of CEO and legal representative.
Hai, born in 1977, took the office as vice president and CEO of TPS in October 2019. From January 2019 to October 2019, he was Tien Phong Securities’ president.
Bui Thi Thanh Tra became the new CEO of the company on July 26, 2022.
Dabaco president’s daughter sells shares
Nguyen Thi Tan Hoa, the daughter of Nguyen Nhu So, president of Dabaco Vietnam, plans to sell 2 million shares to reduce her ownership ratio from 3.05 percent to 2.23 percent. The transaction will be carried out from July 28 to August 26.
With the current price, Hoa expects to collect VND55 billion from the sale.
Hoa Binh Construction’s Le Viet Hai registers to buy 6.6 million shares
If the deal succeeds, his ownership ratio will increase from 17.21 percent to 19.91 percent.
The transactions will be carried out from July 27 to August 25.