Chan Chun Sing Net Worth

Politician




Chan Chun Sing’s net worth is estimated at $1 Million – $5 Million.
Chan Chun Sing was born on 9 October, 1969 in Singapore, is a Singaporean politician. Find out about the life of this billionaire, including Chan Chun Sing’s net worth, age, family, dating life, salary, and assets.

Popular As N/A
Occupation N/A
Age 52 years old
Zodiac Sign Libra
Born 9 October 1969
Birthday 9 October
Birthplace Singapore
Nationality Singaporean

What is Chan Chun Sing’s net worth?

Chan Chun Sing’s net worth has been growing in 2020-2021.Chan Chun Sing is 52 years old and has a net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.

Chan Chun Sing Social Network

Instagram
Linkedin
Twitter
Facebook Chan Chun Sing Facebook
Wikipedia Chan Chun Sing Wikipedia
Imdb

Early Life: Source Wikipedia

2018

On 24 April 2018, it was announced that Chan would succeed Lim Hng Kiang and S. Iswaran as the new Minister for Trade and Industry, and would relinquish his NTUC chief portfolio to then-Minister of Education Ng Chee Meng, effective from 1 May. He also took over responsibility for the Public Service Division on the same day.

2017

During a Parliament session in 2017, responding to a raised question, he replied that there will be no change to an existing policy, that single mothers will continue to get only eight of the 16 weeks paid maternity leave that married mothers are entitled to, and will still not be entitled to claim a child relief tax incentive.

2015

On 23 January 2015, Chan joined the National Trades Union Congress (NTUC) on a part-time basis; He was appointed as NTUC’s deputy secretary-general on 27 January 2015 and will join NTUC full-time from April.

On 1 October 2015, following the 2015 election, Chan is appointed the Deputy Chairman of the People’s Association Chan is seen as one of the frontrunners for the top position of the fourth-generation of PAP leaders.

2014

Chan has announced three key priorities for his Ministry in the Committee of Supply debate 2014. These priorities are: (i) to maintain the currency and adequacy of Singapore’s social support policies, (ii) to deliver integrated social services and (iii) to develop manpower for the social service sector.

2012

On 31 July 2012, Chan relinquished his appointment in MICA and was appointed as Senior Minister of State in the Ministry of Defence (MINDEF). Following a restructuring of government ministries in November 2012, he began heading the newly created Ministry of Social and Family Development as Acting Minister. He was promoted to full Minister in September 2013, and concurrently serves as Second Minister for Defence.

2011

Chan was a PAP candidate in the Tanjong Pagar Group Representation Constituency at the 2011 general election, representing the Buona Vista ward previously held by Lim Swee Say. The PAP’s team in the constituency was led by former Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew, and was declared elected on Nomination Day (27 April 2011) in a walkover. During the election campaign, Chan used the Hokkien phrase “kee chiu” (meaning “hands up”) at a rally to engage the crowd, and the term became a well-known nickname for him in Singapore.

2010

Chan was appointed the Chief of Army on 26 March 2010 (replacing Major-General Neo Kian Hong). He left the Singapore Armed Forces on 25 March 2011 in order to stand for Parliament (and was replaced as Chief of Army by Brigadier-General Ravinder Singh).

2005

In 2005, Chan completed the Sloan Fellows programme at the MIT Sloan School of Management under a Lee Kuan Yew Scholarship.

1998

Chan excelled as a student at the US Army Command and General Staff College in 1998, and was the first foreign student to be conferred the “Distinguished Master Strategist Award” in the same year.

1988

In 1988, Chan was awarded a President’s Scholarship and Singapore Armed Forces Overseas Scholarship to study in the University of Cambridge, where he completed a degree in economics at Christ’s College and graduated with First Class Honours.

1987

Chan served in the Singapore Army from 1987 to 2011. His appointments included Commanding Officer of the 2nd Battalion, Singapore Infantry Regiment (1998–2000), Army Attaché in Jakarta (2001–03), Commander of the 10th Singapore Infantry Brigade (2003–04), Head of the Joint Plans and Transformation Department (2005–07), Commander of the 9th Division / Chief Infantry Officer (2007–09), and Chief of Staff – Joint Staff (2009–10).

1982

Chan Chun Sing was educated at Raffles Institution (1982–85) and Raffles Junior College (1986–87). Chan was one of the top four scorers from Raffles Junior College for the GCE A Levels in 1987.

1969

Chan Chun Sing (simplified Chinese: 陈振声 ; traditional Chinese: 陳振聲 ; pinyin: Chén Zhènshēng ; Jyutping: Can4 Zan3-sing1 ; Tamil: சன் சுன் செங்; born 9 October 1969) is a Singaporean politician. A member of the country’s governing People’s Action Party (PAP), he is currently the Minister for Trade and Industry (since 2018) Minister-in-Charge of the Public Service (since 2015) and Second Assistant Secretary-General of the country’s governing People’s Action Party (since 2018) under the current Prime Minister and Secretary-General of the People’s Action Party Lee Hsien Loong and the current Deputy Prime Minister and First Assistant Secretary-General of the People’s Action Party, Heng Swee Keat. On 1 October 2015, Chan was appointed Deputy Chairman of the People’s Association. He has been a Member of Parliament (MP) representing the Tanjong Pagar Group Representation Constituency since the 2011 general election. Prior to entering politics, he served in the Singapore Armed Forces, where he rose to the rank of Major-General and served as Singapore’s Chief of Army from 2010 to 2011.

The contents of this page are sourced from Wikipedia articles.The contents are available under the CC BY-SA 4.0 license.