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Teh steps up to senior role at ONE Championship

Asian mixed martial arts promotion the ONE Championship has promoted Hua Fung Teh to the position of group president.

The appointment makes Teh one of the most senior executives at ONE, having previously served as chief financial officer and chairman for the Greater China region.

In this role, Teh was responsible for various aspects of the company’s operations including finance, human resources, corporate development, media rights and digital partnerships. He also led key strategic projects globally and oversaw the company’s Greater China business.

Chatri Sityodtong, chairman and chief executive of ONE Championship, said: “Hua Fung has helped One Championship enormously across multiple departments with his leadership, strategic thinking, and execution.

“Hua Fung is now the senior-most leader after myself and (vice-chairman) Saurabh Mittal, and the second-in-command executive leader at ONE.”

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