The Senior Vice President and CIO of Resorts World Sentosa (RWS), Yap Chee Yuen has managed to do in three years, something which was considered very tough and without a precedent in Asia.
He has succeeded in planning and delivering IT infrastructure for the US$4.93 billion group. The Company owns two resorts in Singapore and is a completely owned subsidiary of Genting Singapore.
One of the biggest auditing Companies in the world, Deloitte, has appointed a new person to head its Singapore office. The earlier Singapore head will now focus on a senior role.
The new Singapore Chief will be Mr. Philip Yuen, 46. He has been a management team member for the last eight years. He joined the Company in 1991 and rose to become an audit partner in the year 1996.
The Galibier, according to a Spokesperson for Bugatti Sales Agent Malayan Motors, is yet another idea, whereas, the chances to put it into production and with a right-hand-drive version seems to be "good". If it is accessible at a cost of $4.5 million, then almost three persons would agree to be really fascinated by it.
A Germany based Company Draeger, which has an experience of 120 years in the field of ventilation is going to participate in the International Conference on Emergency Medicine (ICEM) 2010. The conference is held at the Suntec International Convention & Exhibition Centre Singapore from 9 to 12 June.
An initial public offering of the logistic business is being planned by the largest sovereign wealth fund, GIC of Singapore. This IPO is planned for the fourth quarter or for the month of September for raising minimum of S$1 billion.
Mainboard-listed medical mask manufacturer, LMA International, said on Thursday that it has a new man in the office, who has taken his charge.
The Company says that Lawrence Kinet has left his office from where he worked at the position of CEO, with immediate effect.
Starting Thursday, William Crothers will occupy the office with the permanent responsibilities of Group CEO.
The location from where he will be working is Singapore.
Lim Chuan Poh, the CEO in charge of SingTel's international commerce will be soon retiring, probably at the end of this year. Now a search has commenced by the Company in both including the internal as well as external spaces.
Mr. Lim had been given the post of CEO International in the year of 2006. He had joined the Company in 1998, and had firstly acquired the position of Chief Executive of Fixed-Line Services in the firm.