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MTI appoints 18 members to Enterprise Singapore board
THE Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) has appointed 18 people to the board of Enterprise Singapore, the new one-stop government agency which will help Singapore companies go global.
Enterprise Singapore will be established on Apr 1 following the merger of Spring Singapore and International Enterprise Singapore.
Peter Ong Boon Kwee, the former head of Civil Service, will be officially appointed chairman on the same date.
MTI's second permanent secretary, Png Cheong Boon, who used to head Spring and JTC Corporation, was named Enterprise Singapore's first chief executive last year. His appointment as CEO will also take effect on Apr 1.
These are the board members, whose appointments will take effect from Apr 1:
Peter Ong, chairman, Enterprise Singapore
Png Cheong Boon, chief executive officer, Enterprise Singapore
Beh Swan Gin, chairman, Economic Development Board (EDB)
Piyush Gupta, chief executive officer, DBS Group Holdings Ltd
Vivek Kumar, assistant director-general, National Trades Union Congress
Andrew Kwan, group managing director, Commonwealth Capital Group
Jeanne Liew, principal and chief executive officer, Nanyang Polytechnic
Lim Chow Kiat, chief executive officer, GIC
Max Loh, managing partner, Asean and Singapore, Ernst & Young LLP
Pierre Lorinet, non-executive director, Trafigura
Low Ming Wah, executive director, president and chief operating officer,
Micro-Mechanics (Holdings) Ltd
Mohamed Nasser Bin Ismail, senior vice-president, head of Equity
Capital Market (SMEs) and head of Capital Market Development, Singapore
Dilhan Pillay Sandrasegara, deputy chief executive officer, Temasek
Viswanathan Shankar, chief executive officer, Gateway Partners
Teo Siong Seng, chairman, Singapore Business Federation
Eugene Wong, founder and managing director, Sirius Venture Capital
Audrey Yap, co-founder and managing partner, Yusarn Audrey
Renny Yeo, chairman, Singapore Accreditation Council
MTI said in a statement on Monday that it would like to thank all members of the Spring and IE Singapore boards for their invaluable contributions, in particular Philip Yeo, the outgoing chairman of Spring, and Seah Moon Ming, the outgoing chairman of IE Singapore.
"Over the years, both Mr Philip Yeo and Mr Seah Moon Ming have played a key role in leading Spring and IE Singapore to provide strong enabling support for many Singapore companies to build up their capabilities and expand into international markets. I would like to express MTI's deep appreciation for their invaluable contributions," said MTI permanent secretary Loh Khum Yean.