7 new members were elected to the council of ESS.

22 July at the Economic Society of Singapore (ESS) Annual General Meeting Workers' Party Jamus Lim elected council member

22 July 2020 07:00:00 PM

Economic Society of Singapore

22 July at the Economic Society of Singapore (ESS) Annual General Meeting Workers’ Party Jamus Lim elected council member

“Newly elected Member of Parliament Jamus Lim has been elected as a council member of the Economic Society of Singapore (ESS).

The Workers’ Party MP-elect for Sengkang GRC and Associate Professor at Essec Business School is among seven new faces elected to the 36-member council.

The six other new council members are Choi Kent, a team leader at investment bank Credit Suisse; Professor Christina Soh, dean of Nanyang Technological University (NTU)’s business school; Professor Satoru Takahashi, head of the National University of Singapore’s economics department; Associate Professor of economics Tan Swee Liang at Singapore Management University; Franky Tanudjojo, managing director and head of international banking at Standard Chartered Bank (Singapore); and Song Seng Wun, an economist at CIMB Private Banking.”

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