Globe welcomes Singtel representative |

Richmond Mercurio – The Philippine Star

October 12, 2021 | 12:00am


MANILA, Philippines — Globe Telecom Inc. has welcomed an industry veteran and executive of Singtel’s wholly owned subsidiary NCS in the company’s board of directors.

Globe, in a stock exchange filing, said Ng Kuo Pin, chief executive officer of NCS since Aug. 2019, has been elected as a director, replacing Samba Natarajan who resigned from the company’s board effective yesterday.

Ng was likewise appointed as member of Globe’s executive and finance committees.

Globe said Ng leads NCS in executing its new vision, one that is committed to advancing communities by partnering with governments and enterprises to harness technology and bringing people together to make the extraordinary happen.

As a leading technology services firm, NCS aims to accelerate growth and build up a strategic presence in Asia-Pacific.

Prior to joining NCS, Globe said Ng had a 25-year career at Accenture and spent nine years living and working in Beijing and Sydney.

He started as an analyst in 1994 and was made partner in 2006.

Between 2006 and 2018, he held senior leadership roles within the global Communications, Media and Technology (CMT) operating group as head of CMT Singapore, head of CMT Greater China, and finally as head of consulting for CMT Asia Pacific, Africa and the Middle East.

He is also currently a board member of the National University of Singapore Institute of Systems Science.

Last January, Ng was likewise appointed to Singtel’s management committee.

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