Belarms Management Structure
The typical management structure of each company within the
Belarms Group will vary according to the company type, given
the mixture of construction engineering, energy and property
companies that make up the group in various countries.
Within a Belarms Group company the typical core managers are:
General Manager (CEO) who reports to the board of directors
Treasurer (CFO) who reports to the company and to the group
Project Manager (COO) who reports to the General Manager
The Belarms Group is composed of various companies in several
countries. The parent company is based in Hong Kong since 2006.
Group control is exercised by Belarms Hong Kong whose Chairman
also serves as the Group Chairman.
Management of the group is normally undertaken by appointed
managers serving the group interest. Ad-hoc committees may be
created in certain circumstances to undertake group tasks,
though the norm is for managers to take direct initiative.
Belarms is in the planning stage to build
two dams in the Philippines for hydro
power, irrigation and town water supply.
Dam projects in other countries will
Small-scale hydro power
Belarms is partaking in small scale hydro
power projects, providing long term
support for generator maintenance and
provision of a grid distribution system
from dam to towns.
Corporate governance within the Belarms Group follows current
norms within the British legal system. The Board of Directors
of each company acts at the overseer of company direction and
financial control. Through the General Manager the management
of each company reports to the Chairman of the Board.
For key companies within the Belarms Group the chairman of each
company join to for the Joint Board of Directors which deals with
group affairs of the Belarms Group.
Each company within the Belarms Group has either accounting and
legal officers to deal with corporate compliance issue, or such
tasks may be supported by another group company or through
professionals working for the company on a retainer.
For project and engineering matters these are normally handled by
the relevant legal officer, safety office or assigned engineer
responsible for the task.