Yes, in the sense if you look back, it is easier to be a growing up kid. Now, you are a teenager. From my perspective, challenges of course, financial, because we are out of the early, premium funding years. We are now same level as the others and we still have a gap. So that's one big, constant challenge. Space-wise, we have outgrown our first stage in a crunch. The footprint in terms of what has been set aside for us is also fixed. So, if we want to grow more, that will be a big challenge. Ok, so that's one. Facilities, land-wise, looking forward will be a challenge as well.
The other challenge, of course, from my perspective is succession, succeeding leadership, alright. To have people groomed to take over and make sure that things run smoothly. My aim has always been that I should be able to step out without the institution missing anything. If I don't, I failed my job. So, at the back of my mind is always grooming enough leaders to take over and make sure this place continues to improve. So that's the other. Leadership to me is a key challenge.