Wee Siew Kim

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Wee Siew Kim (Chinese: 黃守金; pinyin: Huáng Shǒu Jīn; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Ûiⁿ Siú-kim, born 19 August 1960) was a Member of the Parliament of Singapore representing the Ang Mo Kio Group Representation Constituency (Jalan Kayu) from 2001 to 2011. He ran on a People's Action Party ticket.

Wee was educated at Raffles Institution, followed by the Imperial College of Science and Technology in London Bachelor of Science (Aeronautical Engineering) (Hons), followed by an MBA at Stanford University. Wee is married with four children.

Currently, he is a member of the board of directors (non-executive & independent) of SBS Transit. He is also Director of Changi Airports International Pte Ltd. He is currently Group CEO, NIPSEA Group of Companies.

Wee was previously the deputy CEO (Aerospace and Marine) and concurrent president, Defence Business of Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd.[1]


Wee is married and has 4 children.[2]

In October 2006, one of Wee's daughters, Wee Shu Min, was in the news for posting on her blog what is viewed by some Singaporeans to be elitist,[3] naive and insensitive statements against heartlanders.[4] Wee is a Buddhist.[5]


1967-1972 PSLE (Pearl's Hill School)
1973-1976 GCE 'O' Level (Raffles Institution)
1977-1978 GCE 'A' Level (Raffles Institution)
1981-1984 B.Sc (Aeronautical Engineering) 1st Class Honours (Imperial College of Science & Technology, University of London)
1989-1991 Master of Business Administration (Graduate School of Business, Stanford University)[2]


2009–Present Group CEO, NIPSEA Group of Companies
2004-2009 Deputy CEO & President, Defence Business, ST Engineering
2002-2004 President, Defence Business, ST Engineering
2001-2002 President, ST Engineering - Europe
1984-2001 Engineer, Snr Engineer, Manager, VP, SVP, Dy President, President of Singapore Technologies Aerospace[2]

Wee is a Fellow of the City and Guilds Institute.[6]


  1. ^ Choy, Sharolyn. "ST Engineering Announces Management Changes". ST Engineering – Press Releases. Retrieved 30 August 2011. 
  2. ^ a b c http://www.parliament.gov.sg/mp/wee-siew-kim?viewcv=Wee%20Siew%20Kim
  3. ^ "Time to learn that sorry isn't the hardest word to say", Ong Soh Chin, The Straits Times (Saturday Review), 28 October 2006, p. S10
  4. ^ "Teen blogger counselled for her 'elitist' remarks", Ken Kewk, The Straits Times, 24 October 2006, p. H5
  5. ^ "Mr Wee Siew Kim". Parliament of Singapore. Government of Singapore. 2 February 2012. Retrieved 6 February 2012. 
  6. ^ http://www.mapletreelogisticstrust.com/The-Manager/Board-of-Directors.aspx

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