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the board Raymond Tam – Vice President (Asia Convention) Raymond Tam is a Director of Asia Pacific Shipping Enterprises Pte Ltd. He is based in Hong Kong and travels regularly in Asia. Mr Tam has over 15 years of international business experience and worked for JPMorgan, Citibank and HSBC previously. Mr Tam is a CFA, FRM charter-holder, Certified Accountant of CPA Australia and a member of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Mr Tam is an Asia Society Asia 21 Young Leader and was honoured by CPA Australia in 2012 as one of the Top 40 high-achieving senior business leaders worldwide under the age of 40. Baljeet Singh - Treasurer Baljeet Singh is the World Project Director of the Titanic II project. The project is rebuilding a replica of the original Titanic. Her work takes her to all corners of the globe. Ms Singh has a strong interest in International Affairs. She is a qualified solicitor and is admitted to practice in the Supreme Courts of Queensland and Western Australia and the High Court of Australia. Ms. Singh is experienced in environmental and native title law and corporate and commercial law she has spent a considerable time working in Hong Kong on major international financial transactions. She has also been active in business matters in Europe, the United States. Shirley Morgan - Secretary Shirley Morgan is a qualified solicitor in England & Wales. She is experienced in international corporate finance law, acquisitions finance law, project finance law and property finance law. Ms Morgan has previously worked for Norton Rose, HSBC and Hammonds LLP. Shirley Morgan has played a pivotal role in establishing the World Economic Council and setting up its corporate structure internationally. Clive Mensink – Board member of the World Economic Council Clive Mensink is a senior executive with Queensland Nickel and a Non-executive Director of Australasian Resources Ltd (ASX Code: ARH). He has over 25 years of experience in the iron ore and resource industry. Mr Mensink was the Director of Project Development from 1998 to 2007 facilitating one of the largest investments ever made outside China by the Chinese Government. Mr Mensink is active internationally being responsible for Operations of what are the world’s largest nickel producers in the Philippines, Indonesia, New Caledonia, Hong Kong and China. 14 World Leadership Alliance Along with additional memebers appointed by the World Leadership Alliance - Club de Madrid 272 The Last Sentry at the Gate: Clive Palmer & the 44th Parliament of Australia


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