9/21/2006

singtel has a local ceo

Nicholas Yeo, Asian equities investment manager at Aberdeen Asset Management said, "I'm not sure if the market was expecting them to bring in someone from the outside who would be more aggressive, but she is a natural choice in terms of her knowledge of the company. It would not be as difficult for her as it would have been for an outsider," Suddenly everyone realised that the best candidate available and with a wealth of experience was someone within. Luckily they did not throw another tens of millions for an expensive foreign dud. The problem with Chua Sock Koon is that her salary is not high enough. They need to raise her salary to $10 million at least. Then it will be decisions from a $10 million calibre CEO. That will give her more weight. But still a lightweight compare to the $200 million Americans. How about making her a heavyweight and pay her $100 million. She will then have a louder voice in the international arena and can get into Forbes top 100 most powerful woman also. The quality of a person is measured by the amount of salary he/she commands.

4 comments:

Talking-for-a-living said...

Yea if my salary is pegged to hers I will make sure she gets her 10 million tomolo

redbean said...

hi talking for a living,

welcome to the blog.

it will be nice if all our salaries are pegged to one another. then when one moves, all will move accordingly.

Elfred said...

接烂摊子...呵呵...

redbean said...

you are so refine in your words.