General Motors moves int’l headquarter to Singapore

GM logoUS car maker General Motors (GM) will move international management functions from its current location in Shanghai, China to Singapore, the company said on November 13.

“Having a team in Singapore is a key step in CIO’s transformation,” said GM Executive Vice President, CIO, Stefan Jacoby, referring to the company’s Consolidated International Operations division.

“It will help us to create a renewed identity for CIO and lead GM’s umbrella strategy for the region. We are looking forward to being an important part of the Singapore business community.”

In August, GM split its China operations from its international unit, and said it is strengthening its international operations management team in order to build on the company’s leadership position in China, the world’s largest auto market.

GM will have about 120 CIO employees located at its headquarters in Singapore when it opens in the second quarter of next year at a location still to be determined.

Around 250 will stay in Shanghai and approximately 245 in Seoul, according to a statement from the company.



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US car maker General Motors (GM) will move international management functions from its current location in Shanghai, China to Singapore, the company said on November 13. "Having a team in Singapore is a key step in CIO's transformation," said GM Executive Vice President, CIO, Stefan Jacoby, referring to the company's Consolidated International Operations division. "It will help us to create a renewed identity for CIO and lead GM's umbrella strategy for the region. We are looking forward to being an important part of the Singapore business community." In August, GM split its China operations from its international unit, and said...

GM logoUS car maker General Motors (GM) will move international management functions from its current location in Shanghai, China to Singapore, the company said on November 13.

“Having a team in Singapore is a key step in CIO’s transformation,” said GM Executive Vice President, CIO, Stefan Jacoby, referring to the company’s Consolidated International Operations division.

“It will help us to create a renewed identity for CIO and lead GM’s umbrella strategy for the region. We are looking forward to being an important part of the Singapore business community.”

In August, GM split its China operations from its international unit, and said it is strengthening its international operations management team in order to build on the company’s leadership position in China, the world’s largest auto market.

GM will have about 120 CIO employees located at its headquarters in Singapore when it opens in the second quarter of next year at a location still to be determined.

Around 250 will stay in Shanghai and approximately 245 in Seoul, according to a statement from the company.



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