David Ong

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David Ong

"Executive Director Save Our Planet Foundation, Chairman of the Global Advisory Board Development alternatives Group, Board of Advisors, Evian Group, and Co-Founder Ervin Lazlo Foundation.

"Mr. David Ong is a Former Senior Executive Merrill Lynch Pierce Fenner and Smith, Senior Manager at Deutsche Bank, Credit Lyonnais, Svecia Securities and Asset Management (owned by the Family Johnsen), he is a former Executive SVP Martini Foundation (owned by Alexander Martini from Martini & Rossi) and hold directorships at several large family holdings. He also manages privately owned family holding, holds position on numerous advisory boards of private companies and larger well known family foundations.

"Since 1995 Mr. Ong holds many positions on numerous advisory boards and on the boards of several NGO's such as President ChildCare Foundation, President of the European Management Institute, Member of the Advisory Board of the Rai Family Holding and Rai Foundation, Member of the Group Management team of the Evian Group, Co-Founder, Ervin Lazlo Foundation, Member of the Adv Board Jane Goodall Institute, Chairman Global Advisory Council Development Alternatives Group, India, Save the Planet Investments, Singapore,Chairman of the International Advisory Board of the Club of Budapest, member of the Board of Directors of the Club of Budapest Foundation, member of the advisory board of the World Security Network, Former Executive Managing Director of the World Innovation Foundation and the World Innovation Foundation Charity, Member of the Board of Trustees Heart for Children, Chairman International Academy of Soft Technology Corp Beijing, Member of the Advisory Board of The Communication Foundation India, Chairman Beijing Academy of Soft Technology, Member of the international Advisory Board of the NGO World Day for prevention of Child Abuse, Woman's World Summit Foundation, Member of The Advisory Board of Tresor Foundation, Founder of the World Diaspora Bank, World Diaspora Forum and World Diaspora Foundation, Chairman of Flowers For Children Foundation, Partner and Director TCMH International." [1]

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  1. David Ong, Lim Shrimp, accessed November 25, 2008.