Olivier Lim has resigned as Group Deputy CEO of CapitaLand effective from 15 September 2014.

He plans to take a personal sabbatical and spend some time with his family, according to a statement.

Lim is responsible for the Group’s regional investments (including Vietnam, Japan, India, United Kingdom and Gulf Cooperation Council), CapitaLand Financial Limited, fund management, and StorHub.

He also served as Australand Property Group’s chairman until CapitaLand divested its investment in the company early this year, and oversaw CapitaLand’s investments in Surbana International Consultants.

Appointed as Group Deputy CEO in January last year, Lim also spearheaded several key initiatives including business process improvement and knowledge management.

Lim’s prior positions in CapitaLand were as Group Chief Investment Officer, Head of Strategic Corporate Development, and Group Chief Financial Officer.

Image source: CapitaLand


Muneerah Bee, Senior Journalist at PropertyGuru, wrote this story. To contact her about this or other stories email muneerah@propertyguru.com.sg


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