SingTel finds new CEO international


SingTel finds new CEO international

Staff writer  |   August 30, 2010
SingTel has selected Hui Weng Cheong to serve as CEO International. Hui will replace Lim Chuan Poh, who is retiring from the group.
Hui, who has been working for the SingTel group since 1980, will assume the role on 1 December 2010. As CEO International, he will head the company's overseas business and drive overseas investments.
Hui is currently the chief operating officer with the group’s Thai associate, Advanced Info Service (AIS), where he is responsible for sales and marketing, network operations, IT solutions as well as customer and services management.
Mark Chong Chin Kok will take over Hui’s role as COO at AIS on October 1. 
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