Australian-listed Silver Heritage Group Limited has appointed Ben Watiwat as the company’s new Chief Financial Officer, replacing Basil Jong from 5 November 2018.Jong, who helped oversee the launch of Tiger Palace Resort Bhairahawa in Nepal in late 2017, will step down “by mutual agreement with the board” but will remain with the company for three months to ensure a smooth handover. Load More RelatedPosts Buyer search no longer exclusive as main Silver Heritage candidate misses second deposit deadline Watiwat joins Silver Heritage from SafetyCulture, an Australian venture-backed software company where he held the position of Head of Finance and Company Secretary – leading finance, legal, facilities and compliance responsibilities across its global operations.He previously held senior positions including Head of Group Finance at Vocus Group.“Having worked with Ben for a number of years at Vocus, I’m delighted he has accepted this role,” said Silver Heritage’s Non-Executive Chairman James Spenceley. “Ben has significant experience and skills in capital management, compliance, risk, tax and reporting. Ben will be a significant asset for the business going forward.”Watiwat added, “Silver Heritage has built an impressive portfolio of gaming assets across Vietnam and Nepal, including its flagship integrated resort, Tiger Palace. The business has enormous potential and I am looking forward to working with the team to capitalize on the platform they have created.”Watiwat is the company’s second new appointment in less than a week after Michael Bassett joined the board last week, replacing Executive Director Robert Benussi. Silver Heritage halts preparation of financial statements on a going concern basis as sale looms Silver Heritage defends land encroachment allegations
DAVIE, FLA. (WSVN) – A woman caught on camera managed to purchase a Porsche Panamera with someone else’s identification at a Davie CarMax, according to police.Surveillance video captured the woman wearing sunglasses as she entered the car dealership along West 74th Avenue and West State Road 84 on May 8.She would later purchase the 2012 Porsche worth $47,000.“She essentially stole this Porsche from CarMax using someone else’s identity,” said Davie Police Sgt. Mark Leone.The dealership said the woman applied for credit back in April to purchase the luxury sedan.“When she was there, she had identification, social security card, an Illinois driver’s license, and she was able to pass the verification quiz to prove that this was her,” said Leone. “However, it was not her. The victim, who lives in South Carolina, has never even been to Davie.”CarMax issued a statement Wednesday night that reads, “We take this situation very seriously and are working with the authorities on the investigation.” Police said the Porsche thief is between 25 to 30 years old, stands 5 feet 4 inches to 5 feet 7 inches tall and has short straight hair. She was last seen wearing sunglasses and high heels.If you recognize her, call Broward County Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous, and you may be eligible for a $3,000 rewardCopyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.