Seaspan Corporation Begins Search For New CFO


Seaspan Corporation Begins Search For New Chief Financial Officer


In a recent announcement, Seaspan Corporation said that their company’s Chief Financial Officer Sai Chu has decided to resign and retire after a successful 10 year tenure with Seaspan and related entities.

Brief track-record of Sai Chu:

  • Joined Seaspan in 2005
  • Held positions in finance before being appointed as CFO in 2007
  • Dynamic contributor to Seaspan’s growth over the past decade
  • Lead the financial function of Seaspan
  • Prior to 2005, worked with various companies listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange
  • Have been a qualified chartered professional accountant, chartered accountant and chartered professional accountant, certified management accountant.

Gerry Wang, Chief Executive Officer, Co-Chairman and Co-Founder of Seaspan stated, “He will be missed, and we wish him all the best in his retirement and future endeavors.”

Seaspan is looking for a new CFO.  Mark Chu-Seaspan’s Vice Presdient, Corporate Development and General Counsel will serve as an interim CFO.

Source: Seaspan