Dr Lee Hon Sing
Deputy Head of Finance Department,

NUS Business School,

National University of Singapore

Dr. Lee holds a Ph.D. in Managerial Economics, Northwestern University, 2004, M.Sc. in Finance, Northwestern University, 2002 and B.Sc. (First Class Honors) in Mathematics, National University of Singapore, 1994. With 25 years of experience in the finance industry, Dr. Lee started of his career with Development Bank of Singapore in Systems Analyst in ATM division, Investment Banking division, and DBS Computer Services. Dr. Lee has experience in various areas of research and teaching interests, which includes Financial Markets and Institutions, Financial Management, Mathematics for Finance, Alternative Investments, Statistics, Excel VBA Programming, Numerical Methods for Financial Engineering, Mathematics Preparatory Course, Credit Risk Modelling, Financial Intermediation and Islamic Banking. Some of Dr. Lees’ recent publications include working papers: intermediation and risk aversion and books: Introduction to Calculus and Matrices with Applications in Asset Pricing.

Mr Kenneth Tan
Executive Director of KESM Industries Berhad,

Sunright Limited

Mr Kenneth Tan is the Executive Director of the Sunright Group, the world’s largest independent provider of burn-in and test service company serving the aerospace, computer and automotive semiconductor markets. He is a board member of 2 publicly listed companies and sits on the boards of several private limited companies in Singapore, Malaysia, Taiwan, China, Philippines and the United States of America. In the early 90s, he led the concurrent listing of the Sunright Group on the Singapore and Malaysian Stock Exchanges.

Mr Kenneth Tan graduated from the National University of Singapore and is a Fellow Member of the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants.

Mr Tan’s professional experience spans from industry specific acquisition projects, restructuring, corporate, financial, treasury and general management. His corporate and management expertise covers business management, joint ventures, product line acquisitions and divestments, legal and contract negotiations. His board level functions include strategy development, corporate affairs and investor relations.

Dr Garry Willinge
An Adjunct Professor at Curtin University

Dr. Willinge is Managing Director of Cbridge Limited (HK), a management consulting, corporate advisory, capital markets and leadership development firm, with clients across Asia (esp. China, HK & Taiwan), USA, South America, UK & Australia. Dr. Willinge whose business background includes more than 30 years working for IBM currently serves as non‐executive directors on listed companies in Hong Kong and internationally. He has equity interests in companies across a number of sectors around the world & facilitated early stage companies growth, IPO & exits. He has been living & working in & out of Hong Kong for 17 years. He has served in over 20 company director roles in the past 18 years. He has senior executive coaching clients in Asia Pacific across various industry sectors and governments and he is also a commercial mediator.

May Quah
Director of investment at Malaysia’s leading investment institution

She has been a Director of Investments at Malaysia’s investment institution, which undertakes strategic investments worldwide, for more than 13 years. Prior to that, she was a research analyst with various research houses.

Tan Teng Boo
CEO and Founder of Capital Dynamics

As CEO of Capital Dynamics, Tan Teng Boo is the brain behind Capital Dynamics and the i Capital line of products and services.

He is licensed as a fund manager in Malaysia, Hong Kong and Australia and he manages local and global funds under Capital Dynamics. All the funds managed by Teng Boo have generated superior long-term performances. Consequently, he has always been dubbed as “Asia’s Warren Buffett”; he firmly reiterates, though, that he is only Tan Teng Boo.

Teng Boo is widely recognised as one of the region’s most iconoclastic minds in investment research and analysis. He is an economics graduate from the University of Sussex, United Kingdom. However, it is not his degree but his “fanatic’s interest” in investing and his unique ability to blend investing skills with business experience that distinguishes him from other investment managers.