– NETHERLANDS, Kortenhoef –  Readen Holding Corp. (OTC: RHCO), today announced that its Board of Directors has appointed Kok Wai Lee as Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of Directors effective immediately. Mr. Kok Wai Lee previously held the position of Board member of Readen Investment Limited in Hong Kong.

Mr. Kok Wai Lee studied economics at the Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands.

Mr. Kok Wai Lee has worked for two leading asset management companies in various management positions.

As of 2017 Mr. Kok Wai Lee took the position as COO of Readen Investment in Hong Kong

As of 2018 Mr. Kok Wai Lee has been appointed to the position as Chief Investment Officer where he was responsible for managing and acquiring investments including their subsidiaries under policies, guidelines and performance benchmarks established by Readen Holding Corp.

Kok Wai Lee Said: “I am looking forward to using my experience and know-how in a rapidly growing company.”

The Board Said: “This step will enable us to be totally devoted to the growth of our company. We welcome Mr. Kok Wai Lee as CEO and have the confidence that with his experience we are taking another huge step towards Readen’s future.”

For more information: http://www.readenholdingcorp.com

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