Its new management sets fresh ambitions after cleaning up the firm, reports ANDREA SOH
Mon, Apr 14, 2014 - 6:00 AM
Dr Beng: 'We've got a stable ship. It's a ship that's cleaned up, that's free from debt, that's free from all legal battle. And it's a ship we're looking forward to growing significantly.' - PHOTO: ARTHUR LEE
WHEN Beng Teck Liang first took over the helm of Singapore Medical Group (SMG) in December last year, he found a company caught in a bind.
Morale was low. Finances were tight. The group was also involved in a legal situation with an ex-employee claiming $2 million from the firm.