Co-working operator JustCo announces new senior management appointments

timothy.tay@edgeprop.sg

Home-grown co-working operator JustCo has announced five C-suite appointments.

Co-founder and former head of community Lu Liu will take up the role of chief operating officer, and will focus on delivering personalised experiences and collaborate efforts between the company and regional businesses. She will also lead the conceptualisation and formulisation of innovative programmes and practices.


Co-founder and former head of community Lu Liu will take up the role of chief operating officer (Picture: JustCo)


Fellow co-founder Kong Wan Long will assume the role of chief commercial officer, after helping to develop the sales and marketing functions at JustCo from its inception. Kong will continue to drive enterprise adoption and provide bespoke workplace solutions to JustCo’s clients of multinational organisations.

Koay Keng Teik has been appointed chief investment officer, and will lead the company’s investment portfolio which in May this year received a $238 million investment injection from sovereign wealth fund GIC and Singapore-listed developer Frasers Property. Koay will work to grow the company’s investments across the region, and establish a network of strategic partners in Asia to establish JustCo in key Asian cities.


JustCo has taken up 80,000 sq ft of commercial space at Marina One (Picture: Samuel Issac Chua/The Edge Singapore)


New hires Jean Low and Ho Seng Chee will take up the roles of chief financial officer and chief corporate officer respectively. In her role, Low will lead JustCo’s financial planning, risk assessment, and budgeting across the region, and will also lead stakeholder reporting. She was recently head of risk management and CFO of Mapletree Greater China Commercial Trust, and helped list the REIT on the Singapore Stock Exchange. As chief corporate officer, Ho will lead the human resource, legal, and administration functions of the business. He was previously head of group human resources at CapitaLand.

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