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SingTel CEO earned S$4.7m last year

SingTel CEO Chua Sock Koong's remuneration rose about 2 per cent from the previous financial year.

SINGAPORE: Singapore Telecommunications (SingTel) paid its CEO Chua Sock Koong S$4.71 million for the financial year ended March this year, an increase of about 2 per cent from S$4.61 million the previous year.

This was disclosed in the firm's latest annual report released on Thursday (June 26).

Ms Chua's remuneration was lower than the S$4.9 million she took home in the 2011/12 financial year.

Allen Lew, SingTel's CEO for Group Digital Life and country chief officer for Singapore, earned S$3.31 million, up from S$3.25 million in the previous year.

SingTel, Singapore's largest listed company by market capitalisation, made a net profit of S$3.65 billion in the 2013/14 financial year, up slightly from S$3.51 billion in the previous financial year.

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