SMRT responds to ST report on resignations

SMRT Trains chief executive Lee Ling Wee (left) and Ms Dawn Low, who heads the rail operator's commercial businesses,  are both expected to leave their posts.
SMRT Trains chief executive Lee Ling Wee (left) and Ms Dawn Low, who heads the rail operator's commercial businesses, are both expected to leave their posts. PHOTOS: ST FILE

More management changes are afoot at rail operator SMRT Corp, which witnessed a spate of resignations in recent months.

Correction note: This article reported that SMRT Trains’ Chief Executive Lee Ling Wee and Executive Vice-President, Experience Dawn Low are expected to leave the organisation. SMRT has said that these statements are incorrect. Mr Lee has said: “The recent media speculation and reporting of my departure from SMRT is not true. I enjoy working with my team and am fully committed to my work at SMRT. I am not leaving.” We are sorry for the error. 

More management changes are afoot at rail operator SMRT Corp, which witnessed a spate of resignations in recent months.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on June 15, 2019, with the headline 'SMRT responds to ST report on resignations '. Print Edition | Subscribe