Mr Philip Ah-Chuen
Philip Ah-Chuen, aged 69, studied and worked in the UK from where he obtained a BTech (Hons) from Brunel University and an MSc in Industrial Administration from Aston University. He is a Fellow of both the Mauritian Institute of Management(FMIM) and the Mauritius Institute of Directors (FMIoD). He has been a Lecturer in Management Studies at the University of Mauritius (1976-1980), a management consultant at De Chazal Du Mee & Co. (1980-1985) and the Executive Director of ABC Motors Co. Ltd (1985-1993). He has also been Chairman of the Mauritian Institute of Management (1990,1991,1995,1996,2014 and 2015) and Chairman of the Senior Appointments Committee of the Mauritius Institute of Education (2007-2015). He is presently the Executive Director of Allied Motors Co. Ltd, a non-executive director of Chue Wing & Co. (ABC Foods), an independent, non-executive director of SBM Bank (Mauritius) Ltd. and a Commissioner of the Public Service Commission.
Mr Rampiar Luchmun-Roy
Rampiar (Ram) Luchmun-Roy, aged 70, was admitted Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (UK) in 1983. In 1984-85, he followed the International Tax Program at the Harvard Law School, USA. He joined the Income Tax Department as Junior Assessor in 1971 and, after working for a few years as Accountant at the Ministry of Finance, he returned to the Income Tax Department where he was appointed first Investigating Officer, then Deputy Commissioner of Income Tax. He served briefly as Acting Commissioner of Income Tax in 1991-92 and then left the public service to join Pricewaterhouse Coopers, first as Tax Manager, then Senior Manager and finally Tax Director. He retired in 2008. From 1988-1997, he was part-time lecturer in Accounting and Taxation at the University of Mauritius. He is currently a member of the Assessment Review Committee at the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development.
Mr Sadatmanund Narain
Sadatmanund Narain, aged 78, obtained a B.E. (Electrical Engineering) from the University of Roorkee, India, after which he proceeded to the UK for practical training with different firms, including the South Wales Electricity Board. He joined the Central Electricity Board (CEB) of Mauritius in 1964 as Assistant Engineer. In 1969, he followed a Post-Graduate Diploma in Electrical Power Systems Engineering at the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology, UK. He then continued his career at the CEB and successively served as Senior Engineer, Transmission and Distribution Engineer, Administrative Manager/Secretary, Assistant General Manager and finally Deputy General Manager. Over the period 1983-1985, he was appointed Secrétaire Générale of the Ecole Supérieure Inter-Africaine de l’Electricité, Bingerville, Cote d’Ivoire. He retired from the CEB in 2003. He is Member of the Institution of Electrical Engineers, UK (MIEE), Chartered Engineer of the Council of Professional Engineers, UK (C.Eng) and a Registered Professional Engineer, Mauritius (RPEM).