Lim Soon Hock
Lim Soon Hock
Deputy Chairman & Senior Advisor
Chairman of Nominating Committee
Member of Audit and Risk Management Committee
Lim Soon Hock has more than 30 years of experience as a board member, CEO, technopreneur and private investor, across various highly competitive industries in a global environment.
Post Compaq, where he was the first Asian appointed to the position of Vice President and Managing Director for Asia Pacific, he had been involved in taking companies public, M&As and consulting for several global MNCs and promising SMEs.
Apart from managing his more than 20-year-old PLAN-B corporate advisory practice, he continues to sit on the boards of public listed and private companies. He had also spent 25 years in public and community service on the boards of several government agencies and charitable organizations, in various leadership capacities, including as Chairman.
Soon Hock is also a Justice of the Peace; a Mediator at our State Courts Singapore, Singapore Mediation Center and Singapore International Mediation Institute; and an Adjunct Professor at the National University of Singapore.
Accolades he had received in recognition of his work and public service include 2014 National Day Public Service Star; 2009 National Day Public Service Medal; 2012 President’s Award for Volunteerism from National Volunteerism and Philanthropy Centre; Supercomputing Asia 2019 Singapore HPC Pioneer & Achievement Award; 2016 Outstanding Volunteer Award (Open Category) from State Courts Singapore; 2010 IES-IEEE Joint Medal of Excellence Award; 2010 Honorary Fellow of ASEAN Federation of Engineering Organizations; 2009 NUS Distinguished Alumni Service Award and 1992 NUS Distinguished Engineering Alumni Award.
Soon Hock is the author of 5 books: 3 in the Vantage Views Collection of Thoughts on Contemporary Issues; “Golden Nuggets”, where he is a Co-Editor and is an anthology of short stories, and “A Tortoise and The Mountain”, an allegory to inspire youths and adults. All proceeds from the sale of the 5 books, amounting to over $1.5m were donated to charities.