Singapore Airlines (SIA) has told shareholders that it is planning to appoint KPMG as its auditor in place of Ernst & Young, which has served as its external auditor since 1972. KPMG was selected after SIA evaluated proposals from various audit firms. KPMG’s Tham Sai Choy will be the main auditor for the airline. Tham has had more than 30 years of experience in providing audit and advisory services to a variety of clients, including companies listed on the SGX. He has been the managing partner of KPMG Singapore since 2010 and currently also serves as chairman of KPMG in

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