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Pieter Idenburg Steps Down as CEO of Suntec Singapore

Hil Anderson
, Senior Editor
June 22, 2012
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By Hil Anderson, senior editor

Singapore – Pieter Idenburg is stepping down as CEO of Suntec Singapore International Convention & Exhibition Centre after seven years. Idenburg left to pursue other opportunities, Suntec said.

Arun Madhok was named acting CEO effective June 18. He had been COO since the beginning of 2012 and joined Suntec in 2009 as director of business development. Madhok has been involved in a range of changes at Suntec, including a modernization program and strategy development.

Reach Arun Madhok at +(65) 6337 2888 or arun.madhok@suntecsingapore.com

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