thewealthnet     About Us    |    FAQs    |    Contact Us
  Advanced Search       RSS Feed  twitter  linkedin 
Welcome to thewealthnet    |   Europe, Middle East & Africa Get The App   |   Login
  Sun 15th Jul 2018  |    Make this my homepage  
Subscribe now!
Credit Cards Accepted
World Map
Former Singapore Morgan Stanley wealth management executive joins robo-adviser
01/12/2017 , News Team

Sim Hwee Hoon has joined the advisory board of Singapore-based StashAway, a so-called “robo-adviser”.

Most recently Ms Sim was the chief executive of Morgan Stanley Asia International Limited, Singapore Branch, where she also sat on the board of directors. She was also the regional chief operating officer of Private Wealth Management Asia in Morgan Stanley from 2010 to 2016.

She said her background in private banking meant she had seen “clients accumulate wealth through investments, but these tools are not readily accessible to the broader public. I believe StashAway’s approach is simple, yet well-considered, and finally provides the public affordable access to quality investments, which would otherwise not have been available to them.”

StashAway says it has a CMS retail fund management license from MAS, uses a proprietary asset allocation framework, has released a mobile app for both Android and iOS, and will allow customers to also deposit US Dollars for investment by early 2018. It launched in 2016 and currently has 21 full time employees.

Ms Sim becomes the fourth and final member of its advisory board. She joins Pranay Gupta, former head of multi-asset strategies at Temasek’s Fullerton Fund Management; Prof. Annie Koh, Professor of Finance at SMU and board member of CPF; and Prof. Massimo Massa, Rothschild Chaired Professor of Banking and Professor of Finance at INSEAD.


Share with Linkedin Share with Twitter
Poor   Average   Good   Excellent
thewealthnet archives contain 49,636 articles dating back to 1997,making it the largest single source of information on the wealth management industry world-wide. To search for more articles, please click here.


© This article originally featured on thewealthnet. It is protected by international copyright law. If you copy this article illegally, you will be liable to prosecution. All rights in and relating to this article are expressly reserved. No part of this article may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means without written permission from the publishers.

    Latest Headlines:    by Topic | All News
  Advertise   |   Contribute   |   Press Release   |   Terms of Use   |   Privacy   |   Contact Us Copyright Pam Insight Ltd., All Rights Reserved