NTUC Income must not lose its social DNA even as it evolves

In a commentary, SMU Associate Professor of Law Eugene Tan highlighted the need for NTUC Income to hold on to and reaffirm its social DNA, even as it transitions from a cooperative to a company where profits will inevitably play a more prominent role to strengthen its competitiveness and ensure its long-term growth. He shared his views on how NTUC Income can sharpen its competitive edge, while also engaging concerns over corporatisation.

The Straits Times