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Has a brain drain started at CapitaLand?

Tuesday, October 7, 2014 - 05:50
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Key players: Lim Beng Chee (above) was apparently not consulted on CMA's privatisation; CapitaLand group CEO Lim Ming Yan who was formerly head of CapitaLand China, and former group CEO Liew Mun Leong.
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Key players: Lim Beng Chee was apparently not consulted on CMA's privatisation; CapitaLand group CEO Lim Ming Yan (above) who was formerly head of CapitaLand China, and former group CEO Liew Mun Leong.
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Key players: Lim Beng Chee was apparently not consulted on CMA's privatisation; CapitaLand group CEO Lim Ming Yan who was formerly head of CapitaLand China, and former group CEO Liew Mun Leong (above).

ON Sept 1, CapitaLand announced the resignation of Lim Beng Chee, chief executive officer of CapitaMalls Asia (CMA). Could this be the start of a brain drain from the group? Talk in the market is that Sharon Lim, chief executive of CapitaMalls Malaysia Reit Management, has also tendered her