Sock Koong Chua
Chua Sock Koong (Chinese: 蔡淑君; pinyin: Cài Shūjūn; born 1956) is the Group Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of SingTel. She was the company’s Deputy Group CEO and Chief Financial Officer (CFO), a position she assumed in February 2006, before she took over Lee Hsien Yang’s CEO post in April 2007.
Previously as a CFO, Chua was responsible for all financial functions at SingTel, including treasury and risk management. Her assumption of this role was covered by Business Times (Singapore), which applauded her broad exposure across all areas of the business,” and noted her “significant role in SingTel’s major acquisitions, divestments and partnerships.”
1 Career achievements
2.2 Ad Campaign
5 External links
Career achievements Fortune Magazine named her in their 2011 list of the Most Powerful Woman Leaders in Business. In 2012, she was named one of Forbes Asia’s “Women in the Mix” for 2013.
In 2014 Fortune Magazine rated here as 74. out of 100 most powerful woman leaders in the world. 
Criticism Anti-Netneutrality The debate on Net neutrality in India started after Airtel, the national division of Bharti Airtel, a mobile telephony service provider in India (32.15% owned by Singtel), announced in December 2014 to charge additional rates for making voice calls (VoIP) from its network using apps like WhatsApp, Skype, etc.
Chua said in March 2014, she “urged regulators to give carriers like Optus the right to charge rivals such as WhatsApp and Skype for use of their networks or risk a major decline in network investment”.  
This resulted in a warning on 7 March 2014 by the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA). 
The warning by the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA) was not strong enough, about one year later (22 January 2015) during the unveiling of the telco’s new logo, she repeats her message again.  In addition to her statement from last year about their rivals Singtel releases their own WhatsApp and Skype competitor app which called “Wavee”. 
Ad Campaign The Smear Campaign against M1 and Starhub ended up with her apologises. 
Jump up ^ Channelnewsasia.com
Jump up ^ “50 Most Powerful Women in Business”. CNNMoney. Retrieved 10 July 2013.
Jump up ^ “Asia’s Women In The Mix, 2013: The Year’s Top 50 for Achievement In Business”. Forbes Asia. Forbes. Retrieved 5 March 2013.
Jump up ^ “Fortune Overall List”. Retrieved 29 April 2015.
Jump up ^ “Singapore takes extreme net neutrality regulation”. Retrieved 28 April 2015.
Jump up ^ “SingTel CEO rejects dumb-pipe future”. Retrieved 28 April 2015.
Jump up ^ “Singapore’s regulator warns operators on OTT charges”. Retrieved 28 April 2015.
Jump up ^ “Charge content providers, says Singtel CEO again”. Retrieved 28 April 2015.
Jump up ^ “Southeast Asian Telecom Giant Singtel Releases Wavee App, A Skype And WhatsApp Competitor”. Retrieved 28 April 2015.
Jump up ^ “Singtel CEO apologises to M1, StarHub; terminates services of Gushcloud over negative marketing campaign”. Retrieved 28 April 2015.
External links Official SingTel website