Coteccons appointed a series of new leaders

Coteccons has just added two deputy general directors and executive advisors, both leaders with many years of experience in the construction industry.

The Board of Directors of Coteccons Construction Joint Stock Company (CTD) has just appointed many new high-ranking leaders, including two deputy general directors, Mr. Pham Quan Luc and Mr. Tran Tri Gia Nguyen, and the executive adviser Mr. David. Evans.

Mr. Pham Quan Luc, born in 1974, is currently the Director of Technical Division of Coteccons. He has over 19 years of experience in the construction industry, has been with the company since its early days and served as Deputy General Manager of Ricons from 2014-2018.

And Mr. Tran Tri Gia Nguyen was born in 1970, with 24 years of experience in the construction field. He used to be the assistant general manager at Hoa Binh Construction Group since 2013 and held the position of Deputy General Director for three years at this company before resigning in May this year.

Mr. David Evans, British national, is currently a member of the Coteccons strategic subcommittee. He has nearly 40 years of experience working in the construction industry. Before joining Coteccons, he was the CEO of Al Naboodah Construction Group, one of the leading businesses in the United Arab Emirates.

The appointment of the Deputy General Director and the Board of Management advisors is Coteccons’ first personnel decision after Mr. Nguyen Ba Duong resigned as Chairman a few days ago. The representative of Coteccons also said that this company will continue to add members to the management and administration apparatus and gradually announce it at an appropriate time.

In a letter to employees shortly after taking office, Mr. Bolat Duisenov, who replaced Mr. Nguyen Ba Duong as Coteccons Chairman, said that the goal in the future is to ensure that Coteccons “is always a digital construction company. 1 Vietnam is sustainable and long term “.

In addition, the new Chairman of Coteccons also wants to build this company not only as a Vietnamese brand name but also regional-oriented, while ensuring the best interests of shareholders, employees, customers …

These messages partly show that the ambition of the large group of shareholders taking over leadership positions at Coteccons will not only stop at the level of investment. The appearance of Mr. Ly Xuan Hai, former CEO of Asia Bank, as an authorized representative for Mr. Talgat Turumbayev, a former member of the Board of Directors of Coteccons, also partly reinforces this viewpoint.

Minh Son


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