KPI Bridge Oil appoints New Bunker Trader

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

London, 22 March 2011 – KPI Bridge Oil, a leading global bunker broker and trader has appointed Miss Carmen Poh as Bunker Trader in its Singapore office.

Carmen Poh has obtained a diploma in accountancy and has been an ACCA member since 2004. Before joining KPI Bridge Oil, Carmen spent 6 years with PriceWaterhouseCoopers LLP as a Senior Associate working on various assignments across Asia. Carmen, 30, is from Singapore and fluent in English and Mandarin.

Kelvin Yeo, Managing Director KPI Bridge Oil Singapore says: “I am very pleased to welcome Carmen to our dynamic team of twelve bunker traders in Singapore. Carmen’s enthusiastic and very approachable nature combined with her international experience will serve her well in her new role. I am confident that Carmen will be a valuable addition to KPI Bridge Oil Singapore as we continue to expand our business in Asia.”

Source: KPI Bridge Oil

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