Alexander & Baldwin (A&B) has appointed Clayton Chun, the company’s corporate controller, as chief accounting officer.
The Hawaii-based real estate company said Chun will continue to serve as corporate controller and will oversee accounting operations, internal controls and financial reporting activities in his new role.
"We are excited to recognize Clayton for his increased responsibilities as he has taken over full management of the finance and accounting department, and guided improvements in process and additions to our technology platform,” A&B's Chief Financial Officer Jim Mead said in a news release.
Chun joined A&B after a 15-year career at Deloitte & Touche, where he most recently served as audit senior manager. He was responsible for integrated audit engagements and other service functions that were meant to boost Deloitte’s profitability, growth and risk management efforts.
A&B also named Kenneth Kan, former corporate director of business planning and analysis at Outrigger Enterprises Group, as the firm’s treasurer.
Mead said Kan will develop financial options and manage A&B’s investment activities.
Kan worked on acquisitions, dispositions and financings for Outrigger, a leisure lodging, retail and hospitality company.
Prior to Outrigger, Kan served as chief financial officer for The Resort Group; vice president at Grove International Partners; and as a portfolio manager at Goldman Sachs’ realty division in Japan.