MONEY FM 89.3 MONEY@work | 27 March 2019
MONEY@work | 27 March 2019
On 27 March 2019, MONEY FM 89.3 held our very first networking evening, MONEY@work, at Cult Wines Singapore. Alongside Elliott Danker and Ryan Huang from #TheBreakfastHuddle, we were joined by four esteemed experts who shared tips on how we can navigate the markets in 2019 to build our investment portfolio.
Vasu Menon, Senior Investment Strategist, Wealth Management, OCBC
Regular guest on MONEY FM 89.3 and Senior Investment Strategist, Wealth Management from OCBC, Vasu Menon, spoke on Global Economic and Investment Outlook. Well-known in the media and a sought-after speaker, he helps to formulate investment views and articles. He was Head of Investment Research at a reputed brokerage where he gained a strong reputation for picking small-cap stocks. Listen to his podcasts here.
Ivan Guan, Financial Consultant, Blogger and Author, SGMoneyMatters
Financial Consultant, Blogger and Author of “F.I.R.E. Your Retirement” and SGMoneyMatters, Ivan Guan, has more than a decade of knowledge and experience in providing financial advisory services to both individuals and businesses. He shared how we can build an investment portfolio for retirement coupled with tips on how we can achieve financial freedom.
Christopher Tan, CEO Providend and Executive Director of MoneyOwl
In a city with a high cost of living, can one achieve financial freedom without investing? Christopher Tan shared on how we can execute our investments wisely to maximise the value of our money. As the CEO of Providend Ltd, Singapore’s first fee-only retirement financial advisory firm, as well as the Executive Director of MoneyOwl, he has over two decades of experience in the wealth management and financial planning industry. Professionally, he is a Certified Financial Planner and a member of the Financial Planning Association of Singapore. In 2014, he was appointed by the Singapore Government to be part of the CPF Advisory Panel.
Sam Mudie, Singapore General Manager, Cult Wines Singapore
Sam Mudie, Singapore General Manager of Cult Wines Singapore shared his insights on the Pleasures and Pitfalls of The Wine Investment Market. We had a high-level glimpse at the historical performance of the wine market, the current landscape and how adding wine to any investment portfolio can provide double-digit returns, lower overall risk and improve defensive attributes in times of volatility.
Special thanks to Cult Wines Singapore and Kitchen Language for being our event partners partnering with us for MONEY@work. Watch this space for more events in future.
Since 2007, Cult Wines has provided market-leading fine wine investment and collection management services to a global audience. Our unique analytical-based approach combined with great client service has been central to our success, which has seen us win a number of prestigious awards including the Queen's Award for Enterprise: International Trade. Cult Wines is a family-run global business with core values of openness and transparency. Over the past decade we have developed a reputation as one of the leading fine wine investment companies built on mutual trust between ourselves and our wide range of clients. As of today we manage circa £95 million of fine wine on behalf of 1,900 clients across more than 70 countries worldwide.
Kitchen Language Catering, the catering arm of Refinery Concepts, creates a refined experience for any occasion. Awarded with the Best Buffet Caterer from RAS Epicurean Start Award, we serve up only the best for our customers and partners, using the freshest ingredients.
Backed by 14 award-winning brands helmed by Refinery Concepts, including Fat Cow, Bedrock Bar & Grill and halal-certified hotel restaurants, we offer an extensive range of chef-curated cuisines from Peranakan to International dishes. We add a dash of creativity to your bespoke event with Live Stations such as Bedrock Bar & Grill’s Roasted Wagyu Tomahawk Steak, The Marmalade Pantry’s Spicy Crabmeat Pasta and Singapore Rojak, all of which serve to deliver a unique experience to be remembered.