Hong Kong, 20 June – Turner International Asia Pacific has concluded a review of its business and operations, resulting in a decentralisation of a number of functions from its Hong Kong headquarters.

After two months carefully-considering and studying how the company’s current structure aligned with future ambitions, the review undertaken with assistance from PWC brings approximately a 30% reduction in total positions across the Asia Pacific business. This total comprises open headcount, positions that became vacant and are not being reoccupied, redundancies and outsourcing.

The new, leaner central structure means more efficiency, less bureaucracy and greater empowerment for local management in the company’s three regions of South Asia, South East Asia Pacific and North Asia.

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