Hsieh Fu Hua, president of Temasek Holdings, has resigned from his executive position at the Singapore state investment firm for personal reasons, The Wall Street Journal reports. He will retain his respective chairman’s positions on the group’s Fullerton Funds Management, ST Asset Management and the Temasek-supported Stewardship & Corporate Governance Centre.
He will also maintain his position on Temasek’s board of directors. Gregory Curl remains the firm’s only president, adds Bloomberg. Hsieh formerly served as CEO of the Singapore Exchange.
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