07 Jan '12, 2am

SMRT chief Saw Phaik Hwa was a hit with investors, but not with commuters

SMRT chief Saw Phaik Hwa was a hit with investors, but not with commuters

Train rides turned ugly, with commuters bemoaning packed carriages (above) and rising fares, while SMRT's profit rose from $56.8 million in 2002 to $161.1 million last year. -- ST FILE PHOTO By Maria Almenoar, Transport Correspondent At around 5pm on Friday, as her fellow workers wrapped up for the weekend, Ms Saw Phaik Hwa sent out her last mass e-mail as chief executive to staff. It announced her resignation. The e-mail was about eight paragraphs long and written like a personal note, said insiders. While they remained tight-lipped regarding its contents, some said they were genuinely surprised by the move. Others expressed sadness as they left SMRT's headquarters in North Bridge Road last night. Said an employee who has been at the company for five years: 'She is a good boss and it's not fair. She really shouldn't have had to resign over this.' Another, who has worked f...

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SMRT CEO Saw Phaik Hwa resigns

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SINGAPORE: SMRT CEO Saw Phaik Hwa has resigned. Ms Saw, 57, stepped down as president and CEO of SMRT with immediate effec...

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SMRT chief executive officer Saw Phaik Hwa has resigned today (Jan 6), say sources. Her resignation comes less than a mont...

Ms. Saw should not be used as a scapegoat to let Temasek or the Transport Minister off the hook.

Ms. Saw should not be used as a scapegoat to le...

straitstimes.com 07 Jan '12, 1am

SMRT's board of directors said it had accepted Ms Saw's (above) resignation, but that she would be around to assist the Co...

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sg.news.yahoo.com 06 Jan '12, 10am

UPDATED (8:46pm to include details on Tan Ek Kia) SMRT chief executive officer Saw Phaik Hwa stepped down from her post on...

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straitstimes.com 06 Jan '12, 11am

SMRT chief executive officer Saw Phaik Hwa has resigned on Friday. -- PHOTO: ZAOBAO By Royston Sim SMRT Corporation presid...

SMRT CEO Saw Phaik Hwa resigns: Sources

straitstimes.com 06 Jan '12, 10am

SMRT chief executive officer Saw Phaik Hwa has resigned on Friday, say sources. -- PHOTO: ZAOBAO SMRT Corporation presiden...

SMRT CEO Saw resigns, board member appointed as...

todayonline.com 06 Jan '12, 11am

SINGAPORE - SMRT Corporation's president and chief executive Saw Phaik Hwa, 57, has resigned with immediate effect. Her re...

(TODAY) SMRT CEO resigns immediately

todayonline.com 06 Jan '12, 9pm

Singapore - SMRT president and chief executive officer (CEO) Saw Phaik Hwa resigned yesterday evening with immediate effec...

DBS' reputation may be hit

DBS' reputation may be hit

channelnewsasia.com 06 Jan '12, 3pm

SINGAPORE: DBS Bank's reputation may be hit following a string of fraudulent withdrawals of funds involving 400 of its cus...

DBS' reputation may be hit: Experts

todayonline.com 07 Jan '12, 12pm

SINGAPORE - DBS Bank's reputation may be hit following a string of fraudulent withdrawals of funds involving 400 of its cu...

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singaporedaily.net 10 Jan '12, 4am

(Cartoon Credit: Cartoon Press ) “People can board the train, it is whether they choose to” – former SMRT CEO - Seize the ...

SMRT shares could go up after ex-CEO Saw's resi...

todayonline.com 09 Jan '12, 4am

SINGAPORE - Analysts say SMRT shares could see some gains following the resignation of chief executive officer Saw Phaik H...

Should you take advantage of the SMRT situation and invest now?

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Regulated prices earning more than fuel costs, staff costs and necessary asset purchases When fuel cost is always a going ...

#SMRT CFO also resigns to pursue "personal interests". Their senior folks seem to be finding themselves lately.

#SMRT CFO also resigns to pursue "personal inte...

straitstimes.com 10 Jan '12, 9am

Ms Lim's last day will be April 30, SMRT said in a filing to the Singapore Exchange. -- ST PHOTO: CAROLINE CHIA SINGAPORE ...