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Sentosa Development Corp restructures, enhances commercial arm
Singapore, April 4, 2017
 

Sentosa Development Corporation (SDC) has undergone an organisational transformation resulting in the consolidation of all its commercial operations under subsidiary Mount Faber Leisure Group (MFLG) from April 1, helmed by managing director and board director Lim Suat Jien.

 

In addition to the Singapore Cable Car Sky Network and suite of leisure offerings at Faber Peak Singapore, MFLG has taken over management the Sentosa Merlion, Wings of Time, as well as retail and F&B businesses of SDC.

 

MFLG will manage SDC's commercial offerings such as the Sentosa Merlion

 

MFLG has been rebranded One Faber Group to represent its expanded portfolio of offerings, operating as an autonomous arm and reporting to its board of directors.

 

Meanwhile, the reorganisation at SDC also sees the creation of the corporate and marketing group (CMG), led by assistant chief executive Chin Sak Hin, comprising finance, corporate planning, legal, human resources and administration, and information technology divisions. Also under CMG is a new integrated marketing division to enable the corporation to adopt a more effective guest-centric approach in promoting Sentosa Island as a whole.

 

And for greater planning and operational efficiencies, island investment, property and projects development as well as island operations divisions have been grouped together under the infrastructure, investment and island operations group (III) headed by assistant chief executive Jacqueline Tan.

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