Keppel makes changes to its chairmanship

Singapore-based Keppel makes changes to its chairmanship when its long-time chairman steps down from April. Focus was recently renewed on a large-scale bribery case in the company's offshore and marine business.

Danny Teoh will become the new chairman of Keppel. | Photo: Danny Teoh Keppel Chairman

The chairman of Singapore-based Keppel, Lee Boon Yang, steps down after more than 12 years on the company's board, informs Keppel.

Lee is replaced by Danny Teoh, who is currently the head of the company's Audit Committee. The change takes effect after the company's annual general meeting in April.

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