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Knight Frank chairman Tan Tiong Cheng to retire

However, he will take up new role as president, Asia Pacific, and also advise the property consulting group on Singapore operations
Friday, November 4, 2016 - 05:50

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"In life, there are always ups and downs. The important thing is: do not give up." - Mr Tan's (above) words of encouragement to those going through tough times. Mr Yeo says he will focus on succession planning.

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"In life, there are always ups and downs. The important thing is: do not give up." - Mr Tan's words of encouragement to those going through tough times. Mr Yeo (above) says he will focus on succession planning.

Singapore

TAN Tiong Cheng will step down as executive chairman of Knight Frank Singapore on March 31 next year.

However, this will not mark the end of his career with the property consulting group, where he has been for the past 35 years. Mr Tan, 66, will assume a newly created

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