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Ex-NOL head Ng Yat Chung to replace Alan Chan as SPH CEO

Mr Ng will become an executive director from July 1; deputy chief executive and stalwart Patrick Daniel will also retire

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"The media landscape is rapidly evolving with technological convergence in the digital age. There are vast opportunities that can be reaped despite these challenges facing us." - Ng Yat Chung (above), who has also held a number of positions with Singapore government investment company Temasek Holdings, will take over the helm of SPH on Sept 1, 2017, from current CEO Alan Chan Heng Loon.

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SPH CEO Alan Chan Heng Loon.

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Deputy chief executive Patrick Daniel (right) will retire at the same time as current CEO Mr Chan, but he will continue as a part-time consultant to assist Mr Ng. SPH's other deputy CEO, Anthony Tan (left), will remain at his current post.

Singapore

FORMER Neptune Orient Lines (NOL) chief executive Ng Yat Chung will replace Alan Chan as CEO of Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) on Sept 1, 2017, the media and property group announced on Friday after the market closed.

Mr Chan, 64, is retiring after 15 years at the company

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