DIAS Holding Names Three to Board of Directors
ALLEN PARK, Mich., June 5 -- DIAS Holding, Inc. (OTC:DSHL) (BULLETIN BOARD: DSHL) , owner and operator of the Detroit International Auto Salon, featuring up to 300,000 square feet of exhibition space for Asian companies to display their abilities as component resources, and Asia Forging Supply, with a decade long record of success as a one-stop supplier for the auto and other industries, today announced it has named three new members to its Board of Directors.
Boyd Topham, with more than 30 years experience in the financial services industry. Mr. Topham, oversaw U.S. multinational accounts for RBC Royal Bank, Toronto, reengineered the credit assessment and approval process, setting a worldwide standard for the bank. He headed up RBC's Taiwan businesses and was subsequently promoted to Vice President & General Manager of the Bank's Greater China operations prior to retirement.
Wei-Xin Chang, Manager, Powerchip Semiconductor Corporation, has more than 25 years experience in factory automation. He is noted for his skill in using Information Technology to improve manufacturing efficiencies and has received a number of awards for these innovations.
Rev. Joseph Tai, Senior Pastor of Christian Assembly in suburban Chicago, has spent more than 50 years ministering to people in the Christian faith. He is a leading voice in promoting Christian values in the commercial market places of North America and Asia and is a noted mentor who has influenced the lives of thousands, including top corporate executives.
"We are delighted that we have strengthened our Board with this talented group of men with outstanding financial, technical, business and humanitarian backgrounds," said DIAS Chairman and CEO Eric Huang. "We believe these selections speak well for the future of DIAS Holding."