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With effect from March 15 this year, Ng Chee Peng will be taking over from Yee Ping Yi as the chief executive officer of Singapore’s Central Provident Fund Board (CPF Board).
According to a statement by the Ministry of Manpower (MOM), Yee who served as the CEO of CPF since January 2011, will be returning to the Civil Service to assume another leadership role.
Taking over from him, Ng is currently the deputy secretary for special projects of the MOM, and was chief of navy prior to joining MOM. He has also held the positions of director (policy) in the Ministry of Defence and chief of staff-joint staff in the Singapore Armed Forces, among others.
“The Ministry of Manpower would like to put on record its deep appreciation to Ping Yi for his significant contributions during his tenure at CPF Board,” said Loh Khum Yean, permanent secretary (manpower).
“Under his leadership, the CPF Board saw through the implementation of many policy initiatives and made continuing improvements to its schemes and services. Ping Yi has also guided his team in enhancing customer experience, delivery systems and IT infrastructure.”