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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Boon Yang Lee

68 2011 Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board

Heng Loon Chan

61 2003 Chief Executive Officer, Executive Non-Independent Director

Chua Boon Ping

2014 Chief Executive Officer

Patrick Daniel

2016 Deputy Chief Executive Officer

Kang Uei Tan

43 2016 Deputy Chief Executive Officer

Tony Mallek

2010 Chief Financial Officer

Yew Seng Loh

2006 Chief Executive Officer - SPH Magazines Pte Ltd.

Leng Mee Yin

2013 Chief Executive Officer, SPH REIT

May Ling Lim

53 Executive Vice President - Corporate Communications, General Counsel, Group Company Secretary

Yin Leong Fong

67 2008 Senior Executive Vice President - Marketing

Kam Man Chan

2013 Executive Vice President - Human Resources & Administration

Elsie Chua

2015 Executive Vice President and Head, Marketing

Wee Phong Chua

2008 Executive Vice President - Circulation

Huan Ping Low

59 2012 Executive Vice President - Technology (IT and Production)

Choke Meng Seow

Executive Vice-President - Times Properties and Cultural Industry Promotion, Chinese Newspapers Division

Swee Yeow Lim

2012 Senior Vice President - Production

Wu Sung Sung

46 2015 Head - Corporate Development Division, Senior Vice-President - Media Strategy and Analytics

Warren Fernandez

50 2016 Editor-in-Chief of the English, Malay and Tamil Media group

Sin Teck Goh

2011 Editor - Lianhe Zaobao

Fook Kwang Han

2012 Managing Editor of English and Malay Newspapers

Say Nee Sim

2014 Head, Internal Audit

Woon-Ka Tan

2015 Head, Digital Division

Siew Kim Khor

Company Secretary

Guat Har Ang

56 2014 Non-Executive Director

Chin Hwee Tan

44 2014 Non-Executive Director

Siak Ching Chong

56 2010 Non-Executive Independent Director

Yat Chung Ng

54 2016 Independent Non-Executive Director

See Tiat Quek

61 2013 Non-Executive Independent Director

Bahren Shaari

50 2012 Non-Executive Independent Director

Yen Yen Tan

51 2012 Non-Executive Independent Director

Yuen Kuai Wong

63 2009 Non-Executive Independent Director

Biographies

Name Description

Boon Yang Lee

Dr. Lee Boon Yang is Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board of Singapore Press Holdings Limited. He is Non-Executive Independent Director since October 2011. He is the Non-Executive Chairman of Keppel Corporation Limited. He is also a director of Keppel Care Foundation Limited and chairman of the Singapore Press Holdings Foundation Limited. He has experience in public service. He served as the Member of Parliament for Jalan Besar and Jalan Besar GRC from December 1984 to April 2011. He was the Minister for Information, Communications and the Arts before retiring from political office in March 2009. From 1991 to 2003, he served as Minister in the Prime Minister’s Office, Minister for Defence, Minister for Labour and later Minister for Manpower. Prior to that, he held several public appointments including Senior Minister of State for Defence, National Development and Home Affairs, and Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministers for Environment, Finance, Home Affairs, and Communications and Information. Before entry into politics, he worked as a veterinarian and R&D Officer in the Primary Production Department. He has also worked as the Assistant Regional Director for the US Feed Grains Council, and as Senior Project Manager for the Primary Industries Enterprise Pte Ltd. Boon Yang holds a B.V.Sc Hon (2A) from the University of Queensland.

Heng Loon Chan

Mr. Chan Heng Loon (Alan) is Chief Executive Officer and Executive Non-Independent Director of Singapore Press Holdings Limited. Alan joined SPH Ltd as its Group President on 1 July 2002, and was appointed Chief Executive Officer on 1 Jan 2003. He is responsible for managing the group’s portfolio of business which includes print, broadcasting, internet, outdoor advertising, telephony and properties. Alan is currently on the boards of Singapore Press Holdings Ltd and its subsidiaries, Singapore Power Ltd and its subsidiaries, MediaCorp TV Holdings Pte Ltd, MediaCorp Press Ltd and OpenNet Pte Ltd. He is a member of the Public Service Commission (PSC) and the Singapore Symphony Orchestra Council; and a director of Business China, Singapore-China Foundation and the Lee Kuan Yew Fund for Bilingualism. He also serves on the boards of the Federation Internationale of Periodics Publishers and the World Association of Newspapers - IFRA. He chaired the Council that revised the Code of Corporate Governance in 2012. Before joining SPH, Alan was an Administrative Officer in the Civil Service. He has worked in the Government for 25 years and some of his previous appointments included Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Transport, Deputy Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Principal Private Secretary to then Senior Minister Lee Kuan Yew and Director of Manpower, Ministry of Defence. Alan holds a Diplome d’Ingenieur from the Ecole Nationale de l’Aviation Civile, France and MBA (with Distinction) from INSEAD, France. He is a President’s Scholar and was conferred the Public Administration Medal (Gold and Silver) and Meritorious Service Medal for his contributions to the public service. In 2009, he was selected by INSEAD as “one of 50 Alumni who changed the world”.

Chua Boon Ping

Mr. Chua Boon Ping was appointed CEO of SPH Media Fund in August 2014. He has 15 years of venture capital and M&A experience in the technology, media and telecommunications sectors. Prior to joining SPH, he was Senior Vice President of EDBI, the corporate investment arm of Singapore’s Economic Development Board, where he headed the Internet and Digital Media investment team. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) and a Master in Business Administration (Banking & Finance) from Nanyang Technological University. He is a CFA charterholder.

Patrick Daniel

Mr. Patrick Daniel is Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Singapore Press Holdings Limited. He was appointed Editor-in-Chief of the English & Malay Newspapers Division of SPH in January 2007. The division was renamed English/ Malay/Tamil Media group in January 2015, incorporating both the print and digital operations, as well as business adjacencies. Prior to being Editor-in-Chief, he was Managing Editor of the division from September 2002, and Editor of The Business Times from May 1992. He joined The Straits Times in October 1986 from the Singapore Government’s Administrative Service where his last position was Director in the Ministry of Trade and Industry. Patrick chairs three SPH subsidiaries – SPH Radio, Straits Times Press and Shareinvestor.com Holdings Pte Ltd - and is a director of SPH Magazines, and Tamil Murasu Ltd. He also serves on the boards of the National University Health System and the Singapore University of Technology and Design. Patrick graduated from University College, Oxford in 1976 with a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Engineering Sciences and Economics. He also has a Masters in Public Administration from the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.

Kang Uei Tan

Mr. Tan Kang Uei Anthony is Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the Company, Prior to joining SPH, Anthony was Deputy Secretary (Policy), Ministry of Health and concurrently Special Assistant to the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew (2011-2014). During his career with the Singapore Public Service spanning more than 15 years, he served in various organisations including the Ministries of Finance, Home Affairs, Manpower as well as the People’s Association. Anthony currently serves on the IDA International Board and on the boards of several SPH subsidiaries. Anthony graduated from the National University of Singapore in 1997 with a Bachelor of Social Science (Honours) in Political Science. He also has a Management of Science (Management) degree from the Stanford Business School.

Tony Mallek

Mr. Tony Mallek is Chief Financial Officer of Singapore Press Holdings Limited. Before this appointment in January 2010, he served as Executive Vice-President, Finance from July 2006 and Senior Vice-President, Finance when he joined in June 2003. Prior to this, he was General Manager, Finance for Intraco Limited from 1999 to 2001. Originally from Hong Kong, he started his career in 1978 in the United Kingdom and has been with various US multinationals until 1991 when he was posted to Singapore. His Singapore experience has mainly been in the healthcare industry, including general manager positions in finance and business development for Parkway Holdings Limited from 1994 to 1997. Tony is a director of SPH REIT Management Pte Ltd, as manager of SPH REIT. Tony holds a Bachelor of Technology (Honours) degree in Operations Management from The University of Bradford and is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants. He was elected to the Council of Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants (ISCA) in 2014.

Yew Seng Loh

Mr. Loh Yew Seng is Chief Executive Officer of SPH Magazines Pte Ltd., a subsidiary of Singapore Press Holdings Limited since June 2006. He joined SPH in July 2001 and was Vice-President of Finance and Chief Financial Officer for the magazines business group before his current appointment. Yew Seng began his career in 1994 with Arthur Andersen and held notable corporate finance and financial analyst positions in Banque International à Luxembourg, Van der Horst Limited and Visa International. He holds a Bachelor of Accountancy, Honours (Second Class, Upper) from Nanyang Technological University and has been a CFA charterholder since 1999.

Leng Mee Yin

Ms. Leng Mee Yin (Susan) was appointed CEO of SPH REIT in 2013. She has 16 years of shopping centre and property development experience and eight years of accounting and finance experience. Susan began her career as an auditor with Coopers & Lybrand and her last appointment was Accounting Manager with Scotts Holdings Limited before she made a career change to shopping centre management in 1992. Since then, she has held various appointments, including General Manager of Scotts Shopping Centre, Director of Retail Management with Far East Organisation and General Manager of Capitol Investment Holdings. She was also the General Manager of Orchard 290 Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of SPH, from 1997 to 2004. She was a pioneer member of the management team which redeveloped Paragon and The Promenade into one fully integrated high-end premier shopping mall with a prestigious office and medical tower. She is Fellow of the Chartered Association of Certified Accountants (FCCA), UK.

May Ling Lim

Ms. Lim May Ling (Ginney) is Executive Vice President of Corporate Communications, General Counsel and Group Company Secretary of Singapore Press Holdings Limited. She is responsible for the corporate secretarial, legal, risk management, insurance and corporate communications functions in the SPH Group and sits on several steering and senior management committees. Ginney is a director of Times Development Pte Ltd, Orchard 290 Ltd, SPH Retail Property Management Services Pte Ltd and SPH REIT Management Pte Ltd, all of which are wholly-owned property subsidiaries of SPH. She is also a director of Waterbrooks Consultants Pte Ltd and an alternate director in MediaCorp Press Limited. Prior to joining SPH, Ginney was heading the Legal & Secretariat department as well as the public relations section of NTUC Income. Ginney was admitted as an advocate and solicitor of the Supreme Court of Singapore in 1985 and holds a Bachelor of Law (Honours) degree from the National University of Singapore. She is also a Fellow in the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators and an Associate of the Chartered Insurance Institute.

Yin Leong Fong

Mr. Fong Yin Leong (Leslie) is Senior Executive Vice President of Marketing at Singapore Press Holdings Limited. Leslie went to Trafalgar Primary School and then Raffles Institution. After obtaining his Higher School Certificate, family circumstances made it necessary for him to start working life. He joined The Straits Times in August 1969 and has stayed with the company ever since. Between 1983 and 1986, he was seconded to Shin Min Daily News, where he became its de-facto Chief Editor. He became Editor of The Straits Times in 1987 at the age of 37. He handed over editorship to Han Fook Kwang in September 2002 and became Editor-at-Large with special responsibilities for China. In April 2005, he took over as Head of Marketing Division and was promoted to Senior Executive Vice-President, Marketing in January 2008. Leslie also holds chairman positions in New Beginnings Management Consulting (Shanghai) Company Ltd, sgCarMart and StreetSine.

Kam Man Chan

Ms. Chan Kam Man (Mable) is Executive Vice President of Human Resources & Administration at Singapore Press Holdings Limited. The Administration Division and Times Properties were added to her portfolio in 2014 and 2015 respectively. Prior to joining SPH, Mable was the Executive Director of the Marketing Institute of Singapore. She holds a Bachelor of Applied Science degree from the South Australian Institute of Technology and a Masters in Business Administration from the National University of Singapore.

Elsie Chua

Ms. Elsie Chua is the Executive Vice-President, and Head, Marketing of the company. She brings to SPH more than 30 years of experience in sales and marketing as well as general management in the fashion, retail and sporting goods business in Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia. In SPH, Elsie has helmed various leadership roles within the Marketing Division, from Marketing Planning and Development, to Print and Online Classifieds, Display Advertisements and Integrated Sales. She is also a director and alternate Chairman of online car classifieds subsidiary sgCarMart. Prior to joining SPH, Elsie held numerous leadership roles in the Royal Sporting House Group, managing sports brands like Reebok, Speedo and Ellesse. She has also set up and ran the business for upmarket fashion brands like Daks, Mandarina Duck, Facconable, Tanino Crisci and Prima Classe. Elsie started her career in Cycle and Carriage doing Marketing & Research before embarking on Advertisement sales in The Sunday Times and The New Paper. Elsie holds a Bachelor of Arts degree majoring in Economics and Sociology from the National University of Singapore and a Masters of Business, International Marketing from Curtin University. She has a Diploma in Marketing from the Chartered Institute of Marketing and a Diploma in Financial Management from the Singapore Institute of Management.

Wee Phong Chua

Mr. Chua Wee Phong is Executive Vice President of Circulation at Singapore Press Holdings Limited. He is currently the Chairman of Sphere Exhibits Pte Ltd. Prior to joining SPH, Wee Phong served in the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) for a period of 13 years. He was promoted to the rank of Colonel in 2005. He was awarded the Public Administration Medal (Bronze) (Military) in August 2007. Wee Phong graduated from the National University of Singapore with a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Sociology on an SAF scholarship.

Huan Ping Low

Mr. Low Huan Ping is Executive Vice President of Technology (IT and Production) at Singapore Press Holdings Limited. He has been with the Group since 1987. Huan Ping is also a director of M1 Limited, iFast Corporation Pte Ltd, MediaCorp Press Ltd and Shareinvestor.com Holdings Pte Ltd. Huan Ping started his career at the Ministry of Defence, where he subsequently headed various IT departments. Huan Ping holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) and Master of Arts from Cambridge University, where he read Engineering and a Master of Science from the National University of Singapore. He also graduated from Harvard Business School’s Advanced Management Program. Since May 2012, he also oversees the Production Division.

Choke Meng Seow

Mr. Seow Choke Meng is Executive Vice President of Times Properties and Cultural Industry Promotion, Chinese Newspapers Division at Singapore Press Holdings Limited. Mr. Seow has been with the newspaper group for the last 32 years after spending 5 years in the airline industry. He has held various positions, including General Manager, Human Resource Operations and General Manager, Circulation cum General Manager of Chinese Newspapers’ Editorial Services Department. Choke Meng is currently the Business Consultant of Chinese Media and Times Properties. Apart from serving in grassroots and community organisations, he is Chairman of the Promote Mandarin Council and a Board Member of the National Healthcare Group. He is also a Honourary Council member of the Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce & Industry, and a member of the Board of Trustees at the Chinese Development Assistance Council. Choke Meng graduated from the University of Singapore with a Bachelor of Science (Honours) degree.

Swee Yeow Lim

Mr. Lim Swee Yeow is Senior Vice President of Production at Singapore Press Holdings Limited. He has been with SPH for 13 years. He joined Production in January 2000 as Production Manager. Throughout his career with SPH, he helmed various sections in Operations, Engineering, Materials and Newsprint purchases. He was appointed head of department in September 2011. He was involved in projects with the company’s printing presses and print processes such as the GOSS Colorliner upgrades (2011), manroland Uniset (2008) and KBA Commander (2002). He was also responsible for building the state-of-art printing presses and mailroom systems. Swee Yeow graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering from Oregon State University, USA. He also holds a Higher National Diploma in Printing and Publishing Production from London College of Printing, UK.

Wu Sung Sung

Ms. Wu Sung Sung (Janice) has been appointed as Head - Corporate Development Division, Senior Vice President - Media Strategy and Analytics of the Company. She has been appointed as Head - Corporate Development Division of the Company effective December 16, 2015. Janice was appointed to head the newly created Media Strategy and Analytics Division in February 2014. Janice has held various positions across divisions in SPH in the last 16 years, with stints in Legal/Secretariat, SPH AsiaOne Ltd and Corporate Development. She was actively involved in legal advisory work, M&A transactions, joint ventures, property acquisitions and corporate planning. She also serves as director of SPH subsidiaries including SPH Magazines, sgCarMart and The Seletar Mall. Janice graduated from the National University of Singapore with a Bachelor of Law (Honours) Degree and is qualified as an advocate and solicitor of the Supreme Court of Singapore. Prior to joining SPH as legal counsel, she was in private legal practice and legal counsel in the Ministry of Defence.

Warren Fernandez

Mr. Warren Fernandez is Editor-in-Chief of the English, Malay and Tamil Media group of Singapore Press Holdings Limited. Warren is Editor of The Straits Times, Singapore’s selling English daily newspaper. He joined the newspaper in 1990 as a political reporter and rose to become News Editor. He later also served as Foreign Editor and Deputy Editor. He left to join Royal Dutch Shell in 2008 as a Global Manager for its Future Energy project, before returning to The Straits Times in February 2012 as its editor. He graduated with First Class Honours from Oxford University, where he read Philosophy, Politics and Economics, and also has a Masters in Public Administration from Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government. Both degrees were obtained on Singapore Press Holdings scholarships. He has written several books, including “Lee Kuan Yew: the Man and his Ideas”; “Thinking Allowed: Fear, Politics and Change in Singapore”; “Without Fear or Favour: 50 years of the Public Service Commission”; “Our Homes: 50 years of housing a nation”; “Men for Others”; and most recently, “Lead Your Life!”. He was also part of the editorial team that assisted Mr Lee Kuan Yew with his two part memoirs, “The Singapore Story”. He has served on various national committees, including the Cost Review Committee; the Remaking Singapore Committee; Singapore 21 and Compass, as well as on the boards of directors for the National Environment Agency, the Civil Service College and the Energy Studies Institute. Currently he is a board member of the National Parks Board, National Heritage Board, and Straits Times Press.

Sin Teck Goh

Mr. Goh Sin Teck is Editor of Lianhe Zaobao of Singapore Press Holdings Limited since August 1, 2011. He joined Singapore Press Holdings’ Chinese flagship paper, Lianhe Zaobao, in 1987 upon graduating from the National University of Singapore with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology. He worked his way up as a crime reporter to become the Editor of Lianhe Zaobao and the Consulting Editor of My Paper (Chinese Section), Singapore’s first and only bilingual free-sheet. He also oversees Zaobao.com, the online edition of Lianhe Zaobao. Sin Teck presently serves on the boards of URA and the NTU’s Board of Trustees and is a member of the National Integration Council, and National Translation Council.

Fook Kwang Han

Mr. Han Fook Kwang is Managing Editor of English and Malay Newspapers at Singapore Press Holdings Limited since February 2012. Fook Kwang was appointed Editor of The Straits Times in September 2002. He joined The Straits Times in February 1989 after a stint in the Singapore Government’s Administrative Service. He was made Political Editor in January 1995, in charge of political coverage in The Straits Times. In February 2012, he was appointed Managing Editor, where he is responsible for strengthening and raising the standards of the English & Malay newspapers and digital products. He graduated from the University of Leeds in Mechanical Engineering on a Colombo Plan Scholarship. He also holds a Masters in Public Administration from Harvard University. Fook Kwang is a member of the National University of Singapore Board of Trustees, the National Environment Agency and the Building and Construction Authority. He was awarded the Pingat Bakti Masyarakat (The Public Service Medal) in August 2000.

Say Nee Sim

Ms. Say Nee Sim is the Head, Internal Audit of the company. She subsequently took over as Division Head in April 2015. Say Nee has been with the Division for 10 years, having joined in October 2005. Say Nee’s 15 years of experience in the profession spanned across both public and commercial sectors. She began her career in the Auditor-General’s Office in 2000, where she was involved in the financial audit and system controls review at the Ministry of Manpower and Central Provident Fund Board, after graduating from Nanyang Technological University with a Bachelor of Accountancy degree. She was an Internal Auditor with United Engineers Ltd before joining SPH. She is a member of the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants.

Woon-Ka Tan

Mr. Woon-Ka Tan is the Head, Digital Division of the company. He is responsible for spearheading the Company’s strategy and growth in the digital space. Before this, Julian was the Chief Executive Officer of 701Search Pte Ltd, a regional online classifieds joint venture company between SPH, Norway’s Schibsted Classified Media and Telenor. Responsible for the strategic development and growth of the company in Southeast Asia and Greater China, he grew the business from a start-up in a single location to a regional company with a strong footprint in the region, in a span of seven years. In 2007, Julian was the Chief Operating Officer of SPH Search Pte Ltd, an online local search and directory business. Before that, he was in the Corporate Development Division of SPH where he played a pivotal role in developing strategies and business plans for SPH’s push into the Internet and mobile worlds. Julian graduated with First Class Honours in Economics from the London School of Economics and Political Science and earned two Executive Masters of Business Administration (EMBA) degrees from INSEAD and Tsinghua University in 2009.

Siew Kim Khor

Guat Har Ang

Ms. Guat Har (Janet ) Ang is Non-Executive Director of the Company. Janet is the Vice-President of Systems of Engagement & Smarter Cities, IBM Asia Pacific, covering Australia & New Zealand, India, ASEAN and Korea. Prior to this role, Janet was the Managing Director of IBM Singapore from 2011 to 2015. In her 33 years in the industry, she has worked in Japan, China and Singapore, holding various senior leadership positions in IBM in management, sales, marketing and operations. Janet serves on the boards of the Public Utilities Board (PUB), the InfoComm Development Authority (iDA), the NUS Institute of Systems Science (ISS), the National Volunteer & Philanthropy Center (NVPC), and is the Chairperson of Caritas Singapore. Janet is a member of Business China, a Fellow of the Singapore Computer Society (SCS) and the President of the International Women’s Forum (IWF) Singapore. She also served on various committees including the recent Medishield Life Review Committee and the Women’s Health Advisory Committee (WHAC). Janet holds a Business Administration (Hons) degree from NUS Business School. She was a recipient of the NUS Business School Eminent Alumni Award in 2014.

Chin Hwee Tan

Mr. Tan Chin Hwee has been appointed as Non-Executive Director of Singapore Press Holdings Ltd., with effect from Mrach 1, 2014. Mr. Tan has been a non-executive director and Audit Committee member of Keppel Reit Management Ltd (Manager of Keppel REIT) since September 2010.He is a Director of Keppel REIT Management Limited (as Manager of Keppel REIT), Lien Aid Limited (Singapore) and KK Health Endowment Fund; and President and Director of CFA Singapore. He is also a member of the Panel for Government Parliamentary Committee for Finance and Trade and Industry and sits on various not-for-profit boards, including the Advisory Panel for Volunteer Youth Corp, Ministry of Community, Culture and Youth. Chin Hwee is an Adjunct Professor in a number of universities. Chin Hwee was a Managing Director at Amaranth Advisors. Chin Hwee holds a Bachelor of Accountancy (Second Class Upper Honours) from Nanyang Technological University, and a MBA from Yale University. He completed a postgraduate course at Harvard Kennedy School. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and is both an Australian and Singapore registered Certified Public Accountant (CPA). Chin Hwee was honoured as a World Economic Forum Young Global Leader 2010 and is the winner of the Singapore 2013 Distinguished Financial Industry Certified Professional (FICP) Award. He was also voted by the Hedge Fund Journal as among the emerging top 40 absolute return investors globally and was also named as Best Asia Credit Hedge Fund Manager by Hong Kong-based publication, The Asset.

Siak Ching Chong

Ms. Chong Siak Ching is Non-Executive Independent Director of Singapore Press Holdings Limited. She is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Ascendas Pte. Ltd. and also sits on the Boards of Ascendas Pte Ltd and its subsidiaries. She holds several appointments which include Deputy Chairman of Singapore Standards, Productivity and Innovation Board (SPRING), a director of Jurong Health Services Pte. Ltd., council member of the Singapore Business Federation and a member of the Yale-NUS College Governing Board. Prior to this, she was Deputy Chief Executive Officer of JTC Corporation from 2000 to 2001. Siak Ching, a licensed valuer, graduated from The National University of Singapore (“NUS”) with an Honours Degree in Estate Management and was awarded a Gold Medal by the Singapore Institute of Surveyors and Valuers. She also has a Masters in Business Administration from NUS and has completed the Advance Management Program at Harvard Business School. She has been conferred with a Distinguished Alumni Award by NUS in the Faculty of Architecture and Building Management in 1999. In 2009, she was again conferred with a NUS Distinguished Alumni Service Award in recognition of her unwavering commitment and service to the alma mater.

Yat Chung Ng

Mr. Ng Yat Chung serves as Independent Non-Executive Director of the Company. He served at Ministry of Defence Force ­ Chief, (July 2003 till April 2007) .,Temasek Holdings (Private) Limited (1 July 2007 to April 2011) ­ Last designation: Head, Energy & Resources; Co­Head, Australia & New Zealand / Co­Head Strategy., Neptune Orient Lines Ltd (1 Oct 2011 to 14 June 2016) ­ CEO, Neptune Orient Lines Ltd., Neptune Orient Lines Ltd (1 May 2011 to present) ­ Executive Director, Neptune Orient Lines Ltd.

See Tiat Quek

Mr. Quek See Tiat is Non-Executive Independent Director of Singapore Press Holdings Limited. From 1 July 1987 to 30 June 2012, See Tiat was a Partner and subsequently Deputy Chairman of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP. He has extensive audit and business advisory experience, and has been involved in planning, executing and managing audits of large public listed companies in Singapore. See Tiat is the Chairman of the Building and Construction Authority and serves on the boards of the Monetary Authority of Singapore, Energy Market Authority, Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd and Neptune Orient Lines Ltd. He is also the Deputy President of the Council of Estate Agencies. See Tiat graduated with Honours (Second Class Upper) in Economics from the London School of Economics & Political Science. He is also a Fellow with the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales. He was conferred the Public Service Medal in 2009 and the Public Service Star in 2014.

Bahren Shaari

Mr. Bahren Shaari is Non-Executive Independent Director of Singapore Press Holdings Limited with effect from 1 April 2012. He is the Chief Executive Officer of the Bank of Singapore, and before that, was its Managing Director and Marketing Head of South East Asia. He has more than 20 years of private banking experience in global financial institutions. He is also a Director of BOS Securities Korea. Prior to joining Bank of Singapore, he was Managing Director of UBS AG Wealth Management where he headed the South East Asia and Australia Marketing team. He is active in public service and was a board member of the Maritime Port Authority of Singapore for 11 years. In 2008, he was conferred the Public Service Medal by the President of Singapore. Bahren graduated with a Bachelor of Accountancy from the National University of Singapore. He attended the Advance Management Program of Wharton Business School and Columbia University.

Yen Yen Tan

Ms. Tan Yen Yen is Non-Executive Independent Director of Singapore Press Holdings Limited with effect from April 1, 2012. She is currently Senior Vice President, Applications, Oracle Corporation Asia Pacific. She is the Chairman of the Singapore Science Centre, a member of the Defence Science & Technology Agency (DSTA) Board, and director of Cap Vista Pte Ltd and Gemalto NV. Additionally, she sits on the Board of Advisors of National University of Singapore’s School of Computing and Singapore Institute of Management’s International Academic Panel. Prior to joining Oracle, she was Vice President and Managing Director for Hewlett-Packard Singapore. Yen Yen has played an active role in Singapore’s infocomm industry, having served as Chairman of the Singapore Infocomm Technology Federation and Deputy Chairperson on the Ministry of Information, Communications and the Arts (MICA) Internet and Media Advisory Committee. She was also a member of the Government Parliamentary Council of MICA and the Economic Strategies Committee’s IT Working Group subcommittee. Yen Yen has a degree in Computer Science from the National University of Singapore and an Executive MBA degree with Helsinki School of Economics Executive Education.

Yuen Kuai Wong

Mr. Wong Yuen Kuai was Non-Executive Independent Director of Singapore Press Holdings Limited. Mr. Wong was appointed a Director on 15 October 2009. He is the Chairman and Senior Partner of the law firm, Allen & Gledhill LLP, and has extensive experience in legal practice, specialising in banking, corporate and financial services work. He is currently Chairman of the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore and Singapore International Arbitration Centre. He is a member of the Board of Trustees of Singapore Business Federation, and a Director of Singapore Health Services Pte Ltd and Singapore International Mediation Centre Limited. He also sits on the boards of Temasek Holdings (Private) Limited, Hap Seng Plantations Holdings Berhad and Singapore Airlines Limited. Lucien holds a Bachelor of Law (2nd Class Upper) Honours degree from the University of Singapore and was called to the Singapore Bar in 1979.