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Tag: Kenneth Jeyaretnam

Using Funds “Wisely”?

TRE recently posted up an article by Jeremy Chen with the opening salvo, “This is something of a response to a proposal by Kenneth Jeyaretnam to privatize Temasek Holdings and GIC […]

Has Temasek Found A Cure for Balding?

The question of the transparency and proper accounting of our reserves has been a primary concern of mine for some time, in fact ever since 2009.  A major theme has […]

Ding Dong the Witch / Wizard is Dead?

Last week saw the funeral of one of the most divisive and controversial figures in modern British history.  Her family should take comfort from the strength of the opposition to […]

2012 stats in review

The guys from WordPress.com stats prepared some stats for  me which I am sharing with you.  Sadly  November, December and January have been largely inactive due to IMF appeal work and […]

Statement on the IMF loan judgement and appeal for donations

On 22 October 2012 Justice Tan issued a judgement in my suit which must be of grave concern not only to all citizens of Singapore but to citizens fighting for democracy wherever they happen to live. If the Court is correct it matters not how blatant, how transparent or how deliberate the breach of such a constitutional provision is; the simple and inescapable consequence is that no citizen may challenge it.

A Case of the Pot Calling the Kettle Black?

I decide to look at the background of the members of the board of Temasek Holdings to see how many are truly independent. I also compare Temasek’s governance framework with the Norwegian Sovereign Wealth Fund to see how far we are following what could legitimately be called 'best practice'.