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RF Fund Management adds former UOB MD and Head, Global Financial Institutions Group to Advisory Board

By Edil Corneille

October 06, 2020

  • Rf Fund Management
  • Singapore
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RFRF Fund Management (RFFM) announces the appointment of its Advisory Board member – Bill Chua, PBM, BBM, former Managing Director and Head, Global Financial Institutions Group of the United Overseas Bank (UOB). The RFFM Advisory Board is chaired by its parent company RF International Holdings’ (RFIH) co-founder and group CEO (Eric) Neo Say Wei and is part of the firm’s investment process.

The Advisory Board members provide industry expertise to ensure RFFM remains on the cutting edge of asset management, private equity and wealth management in the digital economy for both investors and investees.

“Bill has extensive experience as a board member for 20 years at local and international companies in diverse industries. He has also successfully combined public service in Singapore and was awarded the Public Service Medal (PBM) and the Public Service Star (BBM) in 2004 and 2012 respectively by the Government of Singapore. He studied under a Colombo Plan scholarship in both economics and engineering at the University of Newcastle, Australia. We believe his academic disciplines, his many years in senior management in the financial services sector, plus his board experiences will be invaluable to RFFM,” said Vincent Lin, RFIH Chairman.

Bill has been managing businesses at United Overseas Bank, Overseas Union Bank and Citibank. He is currently an independent director on the boards of Citibank Singapore Limited, Sunseap Group Pte Ltd, United Hampshire US REIT Singapore Pte Ltd, IES-INCA Pte Ltd, Boardroom Executive Services Limited, and Green Sands Equity Inc. He is also on the Investment Committees of SAFRA National Service Association and the Singapore University of Technology and Design.

Bill enthused, “I look forward to helping RFFM build its Asset Management, Private Equity and Wealth Management services in the Digital Economy at a time when Singapore, a leading global financial centre in Asia, is evolving in an unprecedented manner to capitalize on the changes. I see great opportunity for RFFM to develop their businesses in response to this transforming landscape for the investors and investees. I am delighted to be able to provide my perspective to RFFM as a member of their Advisory Board.”

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