Yuen Kuan Moon

Singtel vendor data breach results in 129,000 customers' data compromised - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Cybersecurity

Singtel vendor data breach results in 129,000 customers' data compromised

A data breach at a Singtel vendor, has resulted in the leak of personal data of some 129,000 customers.

Singtel reports EBIT of $328 mil and EBITDA of $1 bil in 3Q business update; consumer down, enterprise steady - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Results

Singtel reports EBIT of $328 mil and EBITDA of $1 bil in 3Q business update; consumer down, enterprise steady

Singtel has reported earnings before interest and tax of $328 million for the 3QFY21 ended Dec 31 2020. In constant currency terms, that’s a decline of 39.3% y-o-y.

Singtel appoints Anna Yip as deputy CEO of Singapore consumer business - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

New appointments

Singtel appoints Anna Yip as deputy CEO of Singapore consumer business

Singapore Telecommunications (Singtel) has announced the appointment of Dr Anna Yip as its deputy CEO of Singapore consumer business on Nov 20.

STI up by 1.1% following recent spate of good news - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

STI watch

STI up by 1.1% following recent spate of good news

The benchmark Straits Times Index (STI) gained 1.1% to 2,510.56 points from last week’s 2,483.01 points.

Broker's Calls

Can Singtel reach for the moon under a new leadership?

Singtel on Oct 1 announced that its Group CEO, Chua Sock Koong, will be retiring. At 63 years old, Chua has been with Singtel for 31 years and has been holding this position for the past 13 years.

Singtel's Chua Sock Koong to retire; Yuen Kuan Moon to succeed as Group CEO - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

New appointments

Singtel's Chua Sock Koong to retire; Yuen Kuan Moon to succeed as Group CEO

After 31 years with Singtel, group CEO Chua Sock Koong will be retiring on January 1, 2021.

In print this week

What’s the call on Singapore telcos as fourth player looms?

SINGAPORE (Sept 30): Yuen Kuan Moon believes Singapore Telecommunications has been able to maintain its leading position on its home turf by constantly looking for ways to satisfy its customers.

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