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SingTel goes through major leadership change

Zafirah Salim | Sept. 12, 2014
Group CEO Chua Sock Koong said the leadership reorganisation was aimed at “strengthening our market leadership and increasing our relevance to customers.”

Singapore's telecommunication company, SingTel, announced today (September 12, 2014) a major reorganisation of its leadership, including the creation of some new roles.

In its media statement, SingTel Group CEO Chua Sock Koong said the move was aimed at "strengthening our market leadership and increasing our relevance to customers."

Under the restructure, the new appointments and the CEOs of the consumer businesses will report directly to the Group CEO.

Paul O' Sullivan, the current Group Consumer CEO and Country Chief Officer of Australia has been appointed as chairman of Optus, a telecommunication company in Australia. Joining him as the new CEO Consumer Australia and CEO of Optus is Allen Lew, who is the current CEO, Group Digital Life.

SingTel also sees a new addition to its leadership team, Jonathan Auerbach, the CEO of Group Digital Life.

In addition, Bill Chang has been appointed Country Chief Officer for Singapore where he will be the principal liaison with local and regulatory bodies. Chang will also be retaining his current postion as CEO Group Enterprise. Meanwhile, Jeann Low will assume responsibilities for Group Strategy and Group General Counsel in addition to current position as Group CFO.

Other key changes include the appointment of Yuen Kuan Moon as the CEO Consumer Singapore, and Mark Chong as the CEO Consumer International.

These changes will take effect on October 1 this year.


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