Shwe Taung Group refers to different companies that share a common set of interests :
- We are a group of family-owned companies controlled by the same owners.
- Our companies are part of a common value chain and we can leverage on synergies across our Group.
- Our companies embrace a common corporate culture and operate under the same framework of values and policies . We aim to operate our businesses and activities responsibly, transparently and sustainably.
The main beneficiaries of the Group are:
Mr Aik Htun is founder of Shwe Taung and Chairman of its Board of Directors.
He is the driving force behind Shwe Taung’s exponential growth from a modest trading house in 1970 to one of Myanmar’s largest corporations today. His leadership has been pivotal in building Shwe Taung into a diversified conglomerate with key businesses in building materials, distribution, engineering & construction, infrastructure investments, lifestyle, and real estate.
Shwe Taung’s commitment to corporate social responsibility is driven by Aik Htun’s belief in being a catalyst for positive change. Under his leadership, Shwe Taung participated in the United Nations Global Compact since 2013, committing itself to adopting sustainable and socially responsible policies in the areas of human rights, labour, the environment and anti-corruption. On the corporate philanthropy front, Shwe Taung has donated close to US$25 million to charitable causes, including the construction and donation of 98 schools and three hospitals.
Aik Htun is Chairman of Myanmar’s International Business Promotion Centre (IBPC), Vice President of the Council of China’s Foreign Trade (CCFT), Vice President of Myanmar Construction Entrepreneurs Association, and Honorary Chairman of Myanmar Overseas Chinese Charity Association.
Mr Aung Zaw Naing is Managing Director of Shwe Taung Development Co. Ltd and Group CEO of Shwe Taung. He is a member of Shwe Taung’s Board of Directors, a member of its Investment Committee and he leads Shwe Taung’s Management Committee.
As Group CEO, Aung Zaw Naing is responsible for setting the strategic direction for Shwe Taung and overseeing and delivering the Group’s performance.
Under Aung Zaw Naing’s leadership, Shwe Taung constructed some of Myanmar’s largest and most challenging projects – Baluchaung No.3 hydropower plant; Myanmar Radio & Television Building; Ruby Hall, a 60,000 sqm venue for the 2014 ASEAN Summit; Hledan Junction flyover; and Junction City, a 260,000 sqm world class integrated development in downtown Yangon.
Shwe Taung was named Myanmar’s Best Overall Developer, Best Retail Developer, and Best Office Developer at the 2015 Euromoney Real Estate Awards and again clinched the Best Retail Developer honour at the 2016 Euromoney Awards. Shwe Taung also received Myanmar’s Best Developer Award at the Myanmar Property Awards 2016. Junction City received a total of six Awards at The Myanmar Property Awards 2016. Shwe Taung has been consistently recognised as one of Myanmar’s largest taxpayers.
Aung Zaw Naing serves as Chairman of the Myanmar Institute of Directors.
Aung Zaw Naing served as Chairman of Myanmar Martial Arts Federation under the Ministry of Sport. The Federation achieved phenomenal success in 2013 at the 27th Southeast Asian Games, clinching nine Gold medals for Myanmar.
Mr Ye Myint is one of the co-founders of Shwe Taung. He is a member of Shwe Taung’s Board of Directors, Chairman of its Organisation & Sustainability Committee, Chairman of the Board of Shwe Taung Infrastructure Investments, as well as Chairman of the Board of Shwe Taung Distribution.
Mr Aung Than is one of the co-founders of Shwe Taung. He is a member of Shwe Taung’s Board of Directors, Chairman of its Investment Committee, Chairman of the Board of Shwe Taung Building Materials as well as Chairman of the Management Committee of Shwe Taung Engineering & Construction.
Aung Than is a member of the Myanmar Engineering Society.
Mr Win Htay is Deputy CEO of Shwe Taung and a member of its Management Committee. He is also a member of Shwe Taung’s Board of Directors, which he chairs the Audit & Risk Committee.
Win Htay is a member of Myanmar Petroleum Trade Association.
Ms Sandar Htun is Chief Executive Officer of Shwe Taung Real Estate. She is an acting Chief Executive Office of Shwe Taung Lifestyle and a member of Shwe Taung’s Management Committee.
Sandar Htun also heads the Corporate Social Responsibility team in Shwe Taung. Shwe Taung actively participates in programmes dedicated to enhancing human capital, protecting the environment, building communities, and promoting greater transparency in corporate governance and accountability. Shwe Taung has been a member of the United Nations Global Compact since 2013.
Mr Tun Aung San is Co-Chief Executive Officer of Infrastructure E&C, Shwe Taung Engineering & Construction. He is a member of Shwe Taung’s Management Committee.
Tun Aung San was Managing Director of Golden Tri Star in 2009 where he provided guidance for all construction and piling foundation works within Shwe Taung.
Mr Chan Mya is Chief Executive Officer of Shwe Taung Distribution. He is a member of Shwe Taung’s Management Committee.
Mr Han Thein Lwin is Chief Executive Officer of Infrastructure E&C, Shwe Taung Engineering & Construction. He is a member of Shwe Taung’s Management Committee.
Han Thein Lwin built a skilled workforce and instituted a market-oriented structure and effective management practices at Shwe Taung Building Materials, successfully entrenching its leadership position in the construction materials market in Myanmar.
Ms Mi Mi Khaing is Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Shwe Taung Real Estate. She is a member of Shwe Taung’s Management Committee.
Mr Myo Naung is a member of Shwe Taung’s Management Committee. He is also Managing Director of Grand Guardian Insurance.
Before being appointed as Managing Director of Grand Guardian Insurance in 2013, Myo Naung was Managing Director of Shwe Taung Cement. Prior to that, he was responsible for administrative and human resource functions at Shwe Taung.
Our Corporate Structure
Shwe Taung Group is organised into six business sectors: Distribution, Building Materials, Infrastructure Investments, Engineering & Construction, Real Estate, and Lifestyle.
As an essential part of our commitment to corporate governance, each business sector follows the Group’s corporate governance policies and procedures.