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Chairman

Chan Heng Fai

Mr. Chan is a global business expert with over 40 years of experience in banking and finance. He has restructured 35 companies in various industries.

Some of the remarkable companies that he has built, rescued or transformed include American Pacific Bank (USA), China Gas Holdings Limited and Heng Fai Enterprises Limited both (listed on The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong), Global Med Technologies, Inc.(U.S medical software company exited for US$60 million), Singhaiyi Group Ltd (listed on the Singapore Exchange). Mr. Chan is currently the Managing Chairman of HKSE-listed Heng Fai Enterprises Limited and is responsible for its overall business development.

Seeing the outstanding products, rich legacy and unlimited potential of RBC Life, Mr. Chan acquired the company in the fall of 2019. He is deeply committed to ensuring that the legacy of Mr. Howard and the quality of our nutritional products remain intact as he guides us into the future as the signature wellness brand of HWH World

From 5 out of 35 previously restructured companies

Years of

experience

45+ years

Excellent Track

Record

Average

Compound

Annual Growth Rate of

69%

Average

Investment Multiple

48x 

For each

investment

7+ 

companies

restructured over

7 different industries

From 5 out of 35 previously restructured companies:

Approx. Current Market Cap Over

 USD 19.9 Billion

AND GROWING

Bringing in Profits of over

 USD 1 Billion

PER ANNUM

ZH INTERNATIONAL LIMITED

Formerly known as Heng Fai Enterprises

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Hong Kong Stock Exchange Listed

Restructured from the verge of Bankruptcy

Global Medical REIT

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New York Stock Exchange Listed

Founded and Funded from Ground Zero

SINGHAIYI LTD

Formerly known as SingXpress Land

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Singapore Exchange Listed

Restructured from the verge of Bankruptcy

CHINA GAS HOLDINGS LTD

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Hong Kong Stock Exchange Listed

Restructured from the verge of Bankruptcy

AMERICAN PACIFIC BANK

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NASDAQ Listed

Recapitalized from the verge of Bankruptcy