GORAN S. MALM
GORAN S MALM
Board Director

GORAN S MALM

Board Director

Goran S Malm holds important Board Assignments in Asia and globally. He is currently on the Board of Dornier MedTech GmbH Singapore, UFI Italy, Chairman of Boathouse Ltd – a Cayman Island investment Company, Board member of Elife Japan and Chairman of Smartpay Jieyin China.

Between 2000-2005, Mr Malm served as Board Member of Keppel T&T, Singapore and CVC Capital Partners Advisory Board, Hong Kong and during 2004 – 2007 as Board Member of CellMark AB and Invest in Sweden Agency and 2003-2010 as Board Member of Micronic Laser Systems Sweden. Between 2010 and 2011, Malm also served in Domsjö Group AB Sweden.

Between 2005 and 2012 Mr Malm served as Chairman of North Asia Strategic Holding – a HK listed investment holding company and between 2007 and 2012 as Board member of Envac AB of Sweden.

Furthermore Mr Malm served 9 years (2001-2010) as Independent Director of Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, Seoul Korea. Prior to 2001, Mr Malm was President Asia Pacific and Senior Vice President for Dell Computer Corporation, where he was responsible for Dell’s business operations in the region with a size of US$3billion in revenue and 3,500 employees. From 1997 to 1999, Mr Malm was Senior Vice President of General Electric (GE) Company and President of General Electric Asia Pacific with the base in Hong Kong, where he was regionally responsible for the company’s 11 business units totalling US$10billion in Revenues with 40,000 employees.

Between 1992 and 1997 Mr Malm held position of President and CEO of GE Medical Systems Asia and Vice President of General Electric (GE) Company. In this position he developed the organization into a fully integrated region-wide business, growing revenues to US$1billion and earnings to US$100 mill with 4,000 employees. Mr Malm is a 20-year veteran of the major Swedish conglomerate AB SKF, where he with Gothenburg, Sweden as a base held several positions in finance, marketing, regional management, business development and services and ended up as Deputy Group Managing Director in 1990.