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SINGAPORE Press Holdings (SPH) announced on Thursday that the executive vice-president of its Corporate Development Division (CDD), Deborah Lee, 58, will be leaving the company to pursue personal interests with effect from Dec 16, 2015, after eight years of service.
Janice Wu, 46, will take over as head of CDD. She will relinquish her current portfolio as senior vice-president at the Media Strategy & Analytics Division (MSA) with effect from the same date. Ms Wu was previously in CDD for several years, before going on to set up MSA.
Anthony Tan, 42, will oversee MSA from the same date. This is in addition to his current role as executive vice-president of SPH's Chinese Media Group.
Both will continue to report to Alan Chan, CEO of SPH.
The Business Times is an SPH publication.
SPH shares closed three cents lower at S$3.89 on Thursday.