Your partner in financial wellness
Your partner in financial wellness
Hello, good to have you here!
As my profession is a marathon and not a sprint, I enjoy working with responsible and decisive people who care for their loved ones and would like to achieve their life goals, so we can walk this journey together.
These are the 4 scenarios my clients are most concerned with:
1. What happens to my loved ones if I am gone?
2. What happens to my loved ones if I am ill and unable to work?
3. Do I have enough to retire?
4. Can I afford my children the education that they want?
By understanding what excites and troubles my clients, we work together to develop a financial plan unique to their circumstance.
Whats keeps me going in the last 10 years is a desire to want to bring clarity and assurance to my clients as they build their risk management & wealth portfolio.
If you share the same values as mentioned above, I would love to connect for a conversation and see if I am able to help and add value to your life.
Articles Worth Sharing
Newsletter Issue 74: Bright, Brainy & Beautiful Living
As we get back into the groove of work, our most important arsenals have to be our health and brains. After all, these are essential in allowing us to lead a functional and meaningful life. To do that, we need to take care not to fall ill and ensure that we upkeep our physical, mental, and social well-being. Let us explore in this issue the various ways that help us protect and strengthen our overall health.Read more
Newsletter Issue 73: The Golden Gift of Intentional Quiet
For many, the festive season is a time of food, celebrations, social interaction, and hype. Coupled with the continuous demands of work and life, such periods can sometimes leave us feeling drained, and some of us may even struggle to get a breather. In this issue, I have put together resources on how we can possibly wind down and benefit from more intentional quiet and less noise.Read more
Newsletter Issue 72: Finding The Silver Lining
As the world enters a recession, the upcoming year can pose a challenge for many due to increasing economic uncertainty, and the natural fears surrounding it. In this issue, we look at some trends and possible actions that can help us become more emotionally and financially resilient to not just ride out the challenges, but rise above them. I hope this gives us hope.Read more
Newsletter Issue 71: Planning Ahead
We live in three distinct timeframes - the Past, the Present, and the Future. Many times, we tend to live and make decisions based on what gives us immediate gratification, and often to our detriment. Despite not knowing what tomorrow will bring, planning ahead removes uncertainty and provides clarity to our lives. In this issue, I have included articles that I hope will inspire you to take actions that your future self will thank you for.Read more
Newsletter Issue 70: Taking A Walk
Many of us lead busy and stressful lives. Even when we may be caught up meeting deadlines, sprinting towards our next goals, or looking after our families, we cannot neglect taking appropriate breaks for our well-being. While it may feel counter-intuitive to do so, sometimes the best thing is simply to step away from the four concrete walls to go for a walk outdoors. It refreshes the mind, body and soul, and is beneficial for our health and creativity. So let's lace up our trainers and walk our stresses away.Read more
Newsletter Issue 69: Mind Over Money
In an environment of rising inflation and uncertainties in global geo-political climate, almost no one is spared from the economic consequences of the day. It is therefore more important than ever to be intentional and mindful in how we manage our finances in our daily living. Here, I have put together some resources which you can tap on to help you gain a better insight on how you can be more savvy with your money.Read more
Newsletter Issue 68: Navigating Differences, Conflicts and Relationships with Maturity
Every one is different, and differences in opinions, interests, backgrounds and personalities tend to come with conflicts. Whether is it our co-workers, friends, family members or even our partners, disputes are not only common, but they're natural and sometimes inevitable. The question is, while such conflicts arise, how do we navigate them? Do we attempt to work through issues amicably with others, or do we allow our egos and emotions to rear its ugly head? Today, we look at practical tips on how we can manage ourselves and relationships in more mature ways.Read more
Newsletter Issue 67: Better Than Before
As humans, the pursuit of change and progress is something that is innate to every one of us. Like it or not, there will always be things in life that we hope could be a little different, a little better in the way that daily situations & events turn out. It could be in the way we think, speak, or the way we handle everything from our finances to our relationships with others. We seek to become better -- and we should. As we strive to continuously exceed our potential, we rise above all previous versions of ourselves and grow stronger. In this issue, we look at some ways in which we can embrace a better self and an even better future.Read more
Newsletter Issue 66: Self-Doubt & Self-Confidence
In life, there are days and moments where everything we do does not feel enough, or face situations that are beyond our control. A common response to such instances is to doubt ourselves and our abilities, and that is a very normal and human thing to do. But the effect of self-doubt can cut both ways: It can either spur us to achieve our goals and thereby boost our confidence levels, or cause us to feel entirely powerless and paralysed. Fortunately, whether we allow it to work for or against us is mostly up to us. In this issue, we will explore the ways in which we can harness self-doubt to build confidence -- one step at a time.Read more
Newsletter Issue 65: 80 Summers, 80 Winters, 1 Life
Statistically, most people live till an average age of 80 years. Although this number varies across cultures and nations, we cannot deny that life is still all too fleetingly short. 80 years a lifetime translates to 80 summers and 80 winters - to love, laugh, live, and make the most of our time on this earth. Far too often, when faced with our mortality, we look back at our lives and think of all the things that could have been different. Regret may sometimes be inevitable, but it is still possible to live an unlimited life with the limited time that we have. In this issue, we look at some of the ways we can do so.Read more
Newsletter Issue 64: Travelling Again
For the past years, given the pandemic and restrictions, many of us were forced to re-evaluate how to plan and book trips for holidays, or consider whether we should even be planning for any travel at all. Now, as borders are opening up, we have reached a stage where many of us are ready to start traveling again and make vacation plans once more. The catch, though, is that traveling will likely continue to be complicated as new variants emerge. How then do we plan for travel? In this issue, we explore this matter in more depth.Read more
Newsletter Issue 63: Being Positive
Life can be unpredictable with obstacles, making it sometimes difficult to stay afloat. Whether it is the loss of a loved one, stress from work, or financial woes, everyone faces challenges and does at some point, struggle with remaining optimistic or hopeful. Nonetheless, it is still important to maintain positivity to keep us going; by finding the good in the bad, and being the light in the darkness. For this issue, let us explore on what being positive means & how we can harness it in ways that truly benefit our lives.Read more
Newsletter Issue 62: Social Media and Mental Health
As humans, we have an innate need for connection and approval from others. Often, we make an effort to gain validation and this is natural. Yet, in our world today, this need for others’ approval becomes magnified; as many of us are constantly plugged in on social media, we tend to get caught up in the pursuit of “likes”, “shares”, “follows” & engagement. These can have implications on our mental well-being and happiness. Through this issue, I hope that we can be more aware of the impacts & risks associated with excessive use of social media, and what we can do about it so that we can live out our best lives.Read more
Newsletter Issue 61: Being Savvy This Festive Season
It is a season of feasting, socialising and spending time with our family and friends. Amidst the bustle of festive preparations and joviality, let us not forget to take care of our well-being even as we celebrate this time of wealth, health and happiness. Stay safe, savvy and prosper!Read more
Newsletter Issue 60: Looking Towards 2022
By this time, we would have endured quite a long period of the COVID-19 pandemic and many things have changed. Collectively, we have adapted to new ways of living, working and socializing. While there is no telling of when this pandemic will truly “end”, one thing’s for sure: Life goes on. The best we can do is to continue to look towards the future and live out the best we can. As we head into a new year, here are some predictions and trends we can look forward to.Read more
Newsletter Issue 59: 6 Essential Money Moves To Make In Uncertain Times
In times of uncertainty, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. With the COVID-19 outbreak, we are faced with the challenge of adapting life around the virus and navigating intense market volatility. This leaves many of us feeling anxious and even disempowered.Read more
Newsletter Issue 58: Misconceptions that hold us back
Confucius, the Chinese philosopher, left us with these words to contemplate: The man who asks a question is a fool for a minute: the man who does not ask is a fool for life. As the year winds down, it is time to reflect on some popular and widely - accepted beliefs and misconceptions that we may hold that do not serve us in achieving our goals and desires. Today, we look at debunking some of these misconceptions to expand our thinking and explore new perspectives and horizons.Read more
Newsletter Issue 57: One Thing At A Time
In meeting the demands of work and every day life, many of us can feel compelled to do all things at once, and may become overwhelmed or less effective as a result. To counter this, it is worth taking a moment to adjust our pace; to give ourselves the space to practice taking one step at a time in the ways we perform our tasks and how we manage our minds & emotions.Read more
Newsletter Issue 56: Habits & Decisions That Compound
As human beings, we are a culmination of our environment, decisions, behaviours and habits. It is worth giving thought to how we live our lives; taking a step back to reflect on some of our own less-than-ideal tendencies and ponder about how we can mitigate or improve upon them. Here are some resources that I hope can help us foster habits and patterns that can create an upward cycle for ourselves over time.Read more
Newsletter Issue 55: Managing Burnout
In a world where more of us are increasingly working remotely, the issues of exhaustion, burnout and digital fatigue have become more pronounced in recent times. The implications on mental health and quality of life are real. Here are insights and resources that I hope can help us better understand the nature of the burnout that we may experiencing. More importantly, we can learn to manage, uplift ourselves and also the people around us.Read more
Newsletter Issue 54: On Leadership
Leadership is the act of guiding a team or individual to achieve a goal through direction and motivation -- and there is a leader in all of us. This issue contains insightful resources and pointers that touch on the various under-talked about but important aspects of leadership. I hope this inspires us to not just exercise good leadership in our daily lives as individuals and organisations, but more importantly, help us get through and thrive even in difficult times.Read more
Newsletter Issue 53: Productivity, Personal Effectiveness & Meaning
As our personal lives get increasingly intertwined with our work in this season, it becomes more important than ever to find ways to devote our energies to become more effective & productive as individuals. Here, I'd love to share with you on some resources and powerful ideas on how we can not only become more productive, but also make our work & daily life more meaningful in the process.Read more
Newsletter Issue 52: Living A Good Life
What does it mean to lead a good life? The meaning of a good life, or life for that matter, is subjective. But there are some evergreen truths and wisdoms that we can all live by that help us gain the most out of life even through obstacles and challenges. In this issue, I have put together for you a series of insights, tips & advice by some of the best thinkers throughout history on how to live out a good life. I hope these resonate with you.Read more
Newsletter Issue 51: Dignity and Why It Matters
Dignity is the state or quality of being worthy of honour or respect by virtue of being human, and every person has an intrinsic need to feel valued and needed. Yet, in our world, there is often a gap between the ideals and realities of how dignity is accorded to individuals across age, gender, social statuses and financial positions. In this issue, I'd like to bring attention to the topic of dignity, and the ways which we can protect & honour the dignity of others and ourselves.Read more
Newsletter Issue 50: Empowering Women In Our Midst
Women have long played a huge part in our society and economy. When it comes to uplifting women, the work extends beyond just international women's day or month. In fact, it requires continuous effort from not just leaders, but also every day folks like us to recognise and appreciate the great potential of women in our lives. In this issue, I'd like to share insights on how we can be enablers of women's progress while staying aware of the realities and struggles they may face. I hope this helps us in empowering the women and girls in our midst.Read more
Newsletter Issue 49: The Gift of Paying It Forward
When was the last time you received kindness from somebody? When was the last time you extended an act of kindness to someone else, and to what end? As it turns out, there can be tremendous merits and outcomes in paying forward a kindness received with a good deed to somebody else, especially when done out of gratitude. The concept of "Paying It Forward" is nothing new, but in our world, I believe we could do with more compassion and selflessness as it brings out the best in us.Read more
Newsletter Issue 48: Done is Better Than Perfect
As we begin a fresh year, it is a good idea to not just evaluate ourselves based on the previous year on how we have been managing our lives, but also to find out ways to become more productive as we move along. In this issue, I'd like to share with you some powerful ideas on productivity and how we can make the best of our resources, time, energy and capabilities. Let's do this!Read more
Newsletter Issue 47: Of Languages, Love and Possibilities
In the words of Poet Ali in his TED Talk, "Every language we learn is a portal by which we can access another language"; the more we know, the more we can speak. To round off the year, I'd like us to take a moment to learn new concepts, stories and ways of seeking and connecting, which will empower us to adapt to the needs of others & ourselves in the way we relate, love, heal, and see possibilities. I hope this inspires you.Read more
Newsletter Issue 46: Guiding Principles and Tips on Taking Charge of Finances in Our Lives
In a year where many of us are affected and perhaps feel powerless over our incomes amidst a pandemic, it is a good time to take stock of our financial health and confront our feelings about them & the way with deal with them. Whether we are young, middle-aged or senior, here are some important principles & practical tips on money management that we can fall back on which can go a long way into helping us optimise our finances and become financially wiser.Read more
Newsletter Issue 45: On Teaching, Learning & Growth
All of us would have people around us that we learn from in our lives. And people whom we in turn teach and need to be accountable to at some point - as students, working adults or parents. The better we are at relating and leading others into growth, the better we become as individuals. In this issue, I hope we can draw some lessons and wisdom from these materials that can help us cultivate values and cultures that we want in our lives and lift us up.Read more
Newsletter Issue 44: The Ability to Rethink & Reassess Our Minds
As humans, we often like to think we're right, even when we can be wrong at times. Many of us have the unconscious tendency to seek information that support our existing beliefs & disregard or undermine those that do not match ours. But doing so without awareness or questioning can have adverse effects in the way we think, make decisions & live our lives. Today, I'd like to share with you some potential consequences of confirmation bias & what we can do about them.Read more
Newsletter Issue 43 : Staying Grounded in Things that Serve Us
The world as we know it has changed for good on pretty much every level - from our lifestyles, to habits, to incomes and economy. As we navigate our way and find our place in trying times, it is important to stay grounded and keep the faith as we focus on seeing and creating opportunities, solutions & meaning. While there are no quick fixes in times like these, there's still a space for us to find ways to improve and cope better in our lives. I'd like to share them with you in this issue. Let's keep our heads up in choosing to persist in hope & good thoughts, and I believe we will emerge stronger than before.Read more
Newsletter Issue 42 : Moms Never Retire?
As they dedicate their love and lives to their households and make constant sacrifices for their family’s & children’s well-being, mothers never retire. For all these, moms deserve more thoughts besides during Mother’s Day. But should mothers also think about planning their own retirement — financially speaking? In this issue, as we give tributes to all mothers, we would also like to give thoughts to a mother’s financial freedom. Mothers deserve a worry-free retirement as well.Read more
Newsletter Issue 41: This is the 8th Wonder of the world - Einstein
Albert Einstein said, "Compound interest is the eighth wonder of the world. He who understands it earns it. He who doesn't, pays it."Read more
Newsletter Issue 40 : Mastering the Skill of Learning New Skills Fast
Today's phone in our pocket has 100,000 times the power of the computer that landed man on the moon 50 years ago. Our world is evolving at breakneck speed today. The World Economic Forum projected that more new jobs will be created compared to the ones lost. Uncertainty remains about what these new jobs would be. But the time to change our approach to learning new skills has come. The time is now. The 4th Industrial Revolution has begun.Read more
Newsletter Issue 39 : What is hurting Employees and Employers
There are many new things to deal with at this time while we are being isolated from life-as-usual. A new lifestyle, a new future and something that can be quite subtle - a new kind of burnout. It should do us well to be aware about this so we can learn to disengage when we need to. I wish you and your loved ones good health and may you continue to stay safe!Read more
Newsletter Issue 38 : Holding Space in Difficult Times
Amidst a pandemic, the profound impact & discomfort of loss or the prospect of loss is felt almost universally. We may find ourselves and even those we care about feeling anxious & restless, which makes it challenging as we find ways to adjust not just physically, but also mentally & emotionally. At this time, emotional support for one another becomes ever more essential. Here, I'd love to share with you insights that can help us have a deeper understanding on the complex emotions that we may be dealing with, & the ways in which we can provide meaningful social support in our daily interactions through being present & holding space for others.Read more
Newsletter Issue 37 : Covid19 - No turning back from a new future and reality
What the eyes cannot see is bringing countries to their knees as we write. The full impact of Covid19 is still unknown. It has ushered in a new reality for the World. Our lives will never be the same again. And Covid19 won't be the last. While we #fightasone, let's see how we can prepare ourselves and our children for this new future - together. Here are some good reads that I believe can help us rethink this new future and its possibilities. If you find these resources useful, please forward them to those you care about, especially at a time such as this. Cheers!Read more
Newsletter Issue 36 : Make these 6 decisions
Here's wishing you and yours a very fruitful 2020, and the best is yet to come! Another year, and what better way to start it with a collection of thoughts that might turn out to touch your life for the better? I hope you could find something useful and share along with those you care about too. Cheers for a blessed 2020!Read more
Newsletter Issue 35 : When the going gets Rough
When the going gets rough, it can at times be easy to lose sight of what we set out to attain in our lives, be it in our personal endeavours, work or finances. The process of going & pushing through such situations may not be most comfortable, but persevering and talking about how to handle them is necessary. These are perspectives I found useful and inspiring. I hope this gives you hope.Read more
Newsletter Issue 34 : Trust, Relationships and Emotional Security
In many ways, relationships are key to our well-being, as trusting, fulfilling relationships lay the foundation for our emotional health and security. But to work through relationships and trust matters aren't always linear or clean - they can be messy and raw. Here are some articles that I found incredibly valuable that enrich us in our personal and professional lives.Read more
Newsletter Issue 33 : These are simply worth sharing with you
Change is hard. To force change is harder. They usually don't last. Perspectives however, are easier to accept. They change our minds and maybe that's what we need more than change itself. I hope you enjoy these articles.Read more
Newsletter Issue 31 : The Power of Tiny Gains
These are some rather transformative articles that could help you and those you care about. So please be free to share them. I hope you find them beneficial. If you like them, do drop me a note and I'll be very glad to know I've added value and touched someone.Read more
Newsletter Issue 30 : How the World forgot to sleep
The lack of sleep being linked to chronic illnesses like diabetes and heart disease isn't a happy story. Certainly not for those of us who are more conscious about building happiness in life. Please share this newsletter issue with those you care about. We can impact lives together!Read more
Newsletter Issue 29 : Don't leave life without it
The Bucket List - chances are that you may not have made one. It is an interesting journey that we can take together. It's also a lot easier taking a peep at some of the most inspiring bucket lists that we have put together to share with you. Let's start one and live it out!Read more
Newsletter Issue 28 : 8 Ridiculously Good Recipes That Only Take 15 Minutes
Since our taste buds are not working like black and white TVs. We know it's meant for some tasty good food. Yummy! Let's stay healthy, and also up our knowledge about making some nice interesting food. Here are some really good resources curated for you.Read more
Newsletter Issue 27 : Life's most Powerful Lessons
There's a man in Singapore, that every time he concludes a business deal, he would go buy a plant and plant it somewhere. It's a simple way of giving back. He was also able to disengage and be with himself while doing something meaningful, albeit how simple it was. In this issue are some more examples of such life's lesson that we can benefit from. All we need, is to just take some time, slow down and breathe in the fresh air.Read more
Newsletter Issue 26 : 3 Financial Wisdom from a woman with 3B Net Worth
There are just too many things that we know to be good for us, but have not yet become a part of us. Applying wise financial habits may be one of them. Here are some to learn about by seeing them from the eyes of a very successful woman - Oprah Winfrey. Change requires conscious efforts. I hope some of these thoughts will begin to be a blessing in your life. Cheers.Read more
Newsletter Issue 25 : Come 15th May, Singaporeans have One more thing to be proud of
In case you missed the news, besides the big 3 - US, Russia & China, tiny Singapore would be the next to send a human into Space using a helium Stratospheric balloon capable of lifting an SUV. This is a 5 years arduous journey filled with many inspiring stories. A Visionary who saw the possibilities, followed by 150 applicants to be Singapore's first Astronaut, and finally an extraordinary individual to make the trip, laying his life on the line. Yet his project isn't about Space. It's about creating a better mental model for Singaporeans - that with the heart, mind and grit, we can do great things. Enjoy this historic moment.Read more
Newsletter Issue 24: The Interesting secret
Or rather, this issue is about learning the secrets of being interesting. Even calling it a secret is a little too much. In today's world of overwhelming information overload, it's about paying attention to certain things that some people do to make themselves more interesting than others. We can all do better in life with a little dose of this knowledge. So let's dig in!Read more
Newsletter Issue 23: The way we Think
In this issue, I'd like to do something different. All of the highlights are very interesting videos from TED talks about the way we think. The videos are between 15 to 30 minutes, but they are well worth your time I promise. Hope these resources will help create marginal changes in your life every so often. Let's be enlightened together!Read more
Newsletter Issue 22: Why Happiness is linked to Deep Talk
Research seems to point to the fact that those who engages in deeper conversations with others are happier people. This is what I call a happy finding. It levels with what makes us human. We speak, we listen, we feel, we learn, we take and we give. And deeper conversations allow us to lift each other up.Read more
Newsletter Issue 21: Half of the jobs in 2020 are not yet known
In the last issue, we discussed how robots will change our lives in the future. It has become increasingly important for us to keep our minds on the ball, stay sharp and stay progressive. If half the jobs in 2020 are yet to be known to us, how can we prepare ourselves and our children today? To face a fast changing future, we need to first understand it. We need to try and take a peek into this future and start to embrace change.Read more
Newsletter Issue 20: Your Life is About to Change
We have come to a very unique juncture in time, where we are transitioning into the 4th industrial revolution. This is a time where technology as we know it will start to escalate in its rate of change. Our lives and jobs will surely be impacted. But how? It is time to consider this and take stock of where we might stand now and three to five years later.Read more
Newsletter Issue 19: The Indispensable Power of Story
From a parent to a child, between friends and professionally in the workplace - there's something special about the role of story telling. And we've a lot to learn from the world's great story tellers. Some of the best are comedians, public speakers and politicians. But there's more. I hope the following articles will help you get started in this interesting journey of learning and exploration.Read more
Newsletter Issue 18: Retirement dream vs reality
It's been a while since the subject of Retirement was discussed. In this issue's video, it's quite interesting to see how children have different ideas about Retirement. I'm sure all of us have our ideas as well. Yet life can mercilessly erode these dreams. But not if we are really serious about them. So how serious is your retirement dream?Read more
Newsletter Issue 17: Some things don't change
The future seems to come at us at a faster pace than before. It brings along with it many questions. Will automation take over our jobs? What new jobs will be created? And which existing ones will be obsolete? How can we survive? Yet some things don't change. Understanding the things that will change and those that won't can help us carve out a better future.Read more
Newsletter Issue 16: 2 Tips from a 116 year old
Most of us find it hard to change even when we know we need to. If only it's as easy as a walk in the park. But once in a while, a certain change of perspective is all it takes. Hopefully, today can be one of those time for you. We can gain some insights and wisdom from these articles that are worth sharing.Read more
Newsletter Issue 15: The thing about Time management
Do we need to get better at time management? Or do we need to instead think about Time itself? More specifically, what it means to us - with the very limited time that we have. The answer would be different for each of us. But I'm rather certain that taking time to ponder about Time itself can be a fruitful thing to do.Read more
Newsletter Issue 14: What you need to beat Diabetes
The World Health Organization's latest report says diabetes has quadrupled in the past 34 years. It's certainly something that we should care about. Not just for us, but also our loved ones. Here's a starter to help us understand and prevent this disease better.Read more
Newsletter Issue 13: Hipster Hawker Stalls - Yummy!
Health is important, so is a good life and great food! One of the great thing about being in Singapore is that there's always new food places to explore. In this issue, I'd like to bring you to a couple really good yummy places - wrapped up with a hilarious video you don't wanna miss.Read more
Newsletter Issue 12: Oh how beautiful, beautiful, beautiful!
Singapore is growing as a cultural center. But why is Art important? And how can Art, in its many forms make our lives better? Deep within all of us, there's a need for expression and appreciation. There's certainly more for us to explore and learn about Art. Do not miss the video below. Oh how beautiful this is ~ a celebration of art and life!Read more
Newsletter Issue 11: Secrets of the Heart - Uncovered
It is always quite refreshing to discover new things about our health. In this case, Vitamin C is one of those surprises. Do watch the video below till the end ~ it could be a life saver. But please seek your doctor's opinion as well.Read more
Newsletter Issue 10: The result of reading
The more we read, the more we can share. And sharing is caring. Here are a few interesting articles I'd like to share with you in this issue of my newsletter. Remember to pass it along to those whom you care about too.Read more
Newsletter Issue 9: This isn't the bucket list
It isn't the bucket either. One good news is that more people are now surviving cancer. The other good news is that life expectancy has increased from 75 to more than age 80. But hold that thought for a moment - it's only good news if one is financially prepared to survive such a critical challenge.Read more
Newsletter Issue 8: Creativity
We may have thought that creativity is a realm belonging to a selected few. But is it? In this issue, we explore together some interesting stories that may strike a chord of inspiration for you. You can be creative too.Read more
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She never fails to check in and keep me up to speed with my plan and entitlements and she also introduces me to interesting new information about the industry all the time!
Most importantly, I feel safe with her. Trust is essential and Regina is so approachable that I trust I can turn to her in a time of need. As both a friend and a professional, she is invaluable!
Shuli Sudderuddin, Academic Director, Sec/JC @ The Learning Lab
Putting clients needs first
I have known Regina for about 10 years and she has been my financial planner for about 7 years now. Despite being in finance myself, I have found Regina’s personal financial advice to be insightful and profound at times - life events I never really contemplated much. With her patience, sincerity and professionalism, I have been able to prepare better for life’s unexpected situations and sleep a little better at night.
What I love most about Regina is that she puts her clients needs first when preparing a financial plan for them. Because of her integrity and experience, I am comfortable to have a frank personal financial discussion with her. She doesn’t push products and always seeks to serve and advice her clients in the best possible way.
I look forward to addressing my other future financial needs with her.
Helena Choe, Vice President, Finance
Going the extra mile
We had respective life/ financial planners prior to meeting Regina, but we made a whole-hearted decision to entrust our family insurance and financial planning to Regina after deeming her to be a person of integrity.
Based on our prior experiences with life/ financial planners, Regina far outshines everyone else in terms of service-orientedness. She goes the extra mile to help us deal with paperwork beyond the call of duty. Teresa purchased a travel plan from her and she helped to fill out the claims forms. This is something that other financial planners would definitely not be bothered with.
Regina is sincere, clear, and honest in explaining policies and their considerations. She is punctual, prepared, and meets at a time and place of your convenience. For busy working adults with families, her care and respect go a long way. Her commitment and professionalism are commendable.
We have the utmost faith that she has and will continue to meet our family's needs, and she can definitely meet yours as well.
Teresa & John Lee, PhD student at Georgia Institute of Technology Researcher at DSO National Laboratories
A great help to our family
I have known Regina for about 5 years, and she has been a great help to our family's insurance and financial planning.
I found her to be very patient and responding promptly to our needs and requirements. She is really committed to her work and customer.
I remember she still attended to me even when she was pregnant with her 2nd child, assuring me she is still contactable until she delivers. She remembers my family members' birthdays and will send greetings every year.
I am very glad to have Regina taking care of our family's insurance and financial planning. She is a valuable and great asset to the company she works in.
Kevin Ong, Managing Director @ Chewy Junior Pte Ltd
A firm support through life's milestones
Regina has been more than just a financial advisor to my family and me, and we trust her now as a close family friend. She has been the firm support for us in our family’s financial and insurance planning.
Knowing how I am rather clueless when it comes to insurance plans and claims, she has taken the trouble to organize it all for us and ensure that my entire family is well-covered.
In the past years, Regina has been there through all those crisis moments when my children or myself required medical help, and the truth is, I am not sure how we could have afforded any of those medical bills, had it not been the fact that she has provided us with the right advice, and assisted us tremendously through the entire process as well.
I never understood the importance of having a financial advisor in the past, but Regina has shown me that a good trusted advisor does way more than just selling and processing your insurance plans.
Regina has been journeying with us at each step and every birth of our child, and helped us to grow our family, while having the peace of mind that our children’s financial, medical and education needs have all been catered for.
June Tang, Senior Counsellor @ Institute of Mental Health
A journey for life
Regina is organized, rational and logical - that’s what I like and need most for someone journeying with me on my financial needs. The info she provides is timely, complete and presented clearly. I can always follow her clear explanations and train of thought. She’s good with follow through. On top of these, she’s never pushy and doesn’t insist on her views.
It’s also good to know that as your wealth planner, she loves God, works ethically and upholds certain values that she will raise issues of on her clients’ behalf in her professional capacity.
As my first choice “agent”, she is also very contactable and responsive like when my daughter was hospitalized and I had queries on claims.
I know Regina is committed to growing in this profession for the long haul. She’s always looking to upgrade herself. I love her drive and determination. Yet she also finds time to be with friends and family, serve and give generously to God and His people.
We have been good friends since our uni days and even better friends now. Who says you can’t be friends after your friend becomes an “insurance agent”? :p
Amelia Sng, Strategy Consultant
Committed, patient & knowledgeable
Regina is a friend since JC days, and she has been my financial planner for many years. Regina is able to give clear explanations on various products, and recommend those that are most suitable for me.
I’ve chosen to buy various insurance products from Regina as she is very committed, and just a WhatsApp away from any queries I have.
If you would like to speak to someone who is patient and knowledgeable, I highly recommend Regina.
Alvin Chia, Regional Brand and Communications Manager @ UnionPay
More than just a financial consultant
I’ve known Regina since we were kids because our dads are friends, but we only reconnected a few years ago and I’m so glad we did!
Regina is more than a financial consultant— she’s a friend, confidant, and life cheerleader all rolled into one. I’m not great at financial planning, but having Regina on this journey with me has given me peace of mind. She’s sincere and truly has my best interests at heart. She's also extremely patient in explaining (and re-explaining!) policy details so that you know exactly what you’re getting.
Furthermore, Regina doesn’t strong-arm you into buying anything, because she understands that everyone’s life is different, and you should get the coverage/plan that best suits your needs.
I trust Regina wholeheartedly and can’t recommend her enough as a financial consultant!
Ng Yun Rui, Marketing Manager
A trusted adviser whom I hope more people can benefit from
I have known Regina for almost 10 years! Grateful to have her throughout this journey.
All the sharing sessions, review and analysis have helped me understand my financial status better and guided me to plan well for my future. I really appreciate that she is there for me whenever I needed help with claims.
Regina is someone that I have great trust in and I hope more people can benefit from her services.
Jing Jing, Project Coordinator @ Phoenix Mecano
Going beyond her job scope
Regina is a great Financial Consultant who is very helpful even beyond her job scope. I have met a few other Financial Consultants prior to meeting Regina, until one day one of my friends introduced her to me.
And after a meet up, I felt she was the right one to handle mine. She listens to us and always tries to understand our needs and situation. I feel like talking to an old friend who is always helpful every time we have a catch-up lunch.
Schedule a meet up with Regina, and you will know what I mean.
Stephanie Lie, Architect @ DP Architects
Regina has been our company’s servicing adviser for 8 years and counting. We have a great experience working with her, as she goes above and beyond in service!
David Ho & Elisa Chan, HR, Eng Lee Engineering Pte Ltd
Meet someone interesting
Being a good listener and knowledgeable financial planner, Regina has been helping me and my family with various insurance and financial needs. Speak to her for insights on how to secure your long-term life assurance.
Lee Yin Hock, Director, Filtrol Technologies
Meet someone interesting
I just met up with Regina and she has been helpful and reassuring. Have a chat with her to explore options in planning ahead for your financial future. Cheers!
Regina is an excellent financial planner you can depend on. Knowledgeable and patient, she is a trusted navigator who helps you make smart decisions that will secure your financial future.
Aisha Abdul Rahman, Communications Strategist
Meet someone interesting
Hi Joyce ,
Met up with Regina that day and she’s awesome! She’s been helping me out with my personal financial planning, and it’s been great because she really knows her stuff and sincerely wants to help! Go meet her!
Huron, Director @ Virtuoso Card Company
Touching lives, warming hearts
Regina loves life and people and her role as a financial consultant is the best way to express her gifts in touching lives and warming hearts!
She is a very sincere and patient financial advisor. She not only listens intently, but is also sensitive and intuitive enough to pick up concerns which you may not express, and checks with you in a gentle way if she can help address those needs. I appreciate this trait of hers very much!
She is not pushy and is knowledgeable about what works best for you, so you can trust that she definitely has your best interests at heart.
In this highly competitive industry, where one can be in just for the moment, you can be rest assured that Regina is with you through the good times and bad times for she will go the extra mile whenever you need her!
Bernadette Chin, Clinical Study Researcher
Determined and highly committed
We have seen first-hand how determined and highly committed Regina is to her profession, family, friends and faith, which is why we trust that she will be in this profession for the long haul.
This is something we value when we get our insurance policies (first for ourselves as young adults and gradually for our family’s expanded needs), as we feel comforted in knowing there is someone we can rely on in times of need.
She emanates a sense of trustworthiness, a crucial trait, to succeed in this profession. All the best, Regina!
Alphonsus Tan, Business Development Manager & Natalie Siew, Senior Vice President, HR
An adviser you can fully trust
Regina is someone you can fully trust to handle your insurance matters. No hard selling, no forcing, no unnecessary pestering.
She advises what is necessary for me and accomodates to my budget allocated for insurance. I cannot ask for a better adviser and I have one less worry because I know she is there. :)
Thank you Regina, I am glad I can count on you.
Praba Saundarajoo, Kindergarten Teacher @ MOE Kindergarten
Always listening & understanding
Regina is a great Financial Consultant who is passionate in her job. She listens to her customers, understands their needs and provides an all rounded solution to each individual. Schedule a meet up with her, you will not regret!
Chee Sok Chen, Project Manager
Trustworthy & Professional
Regina has helped me with all my insurance needs for 6 years and counting. She takes time to explain plans clearly and considers my current and potential needs when putting forth suggestions. Her trustworthiness, reliability, and professionalism are traits that I value in a financial planner. I would definitely recommend her for anyone looking for a financial planner.
Esther Goh, Healthcare Professional
Responsible and Reliable
I have had experience with a few financial / insurance advisers from different companies before I engaged Regina as my adviser in 2012. All advisers are friendly and helpful, but there are few things that make Regina the best adviser that I ever have.
I trust Regina because I know that she cares for her clients. My well-being is her priority instead of the number of policies I should get from her.
I feel safe and secure working with her because my experience proves that she is always available (even when she is on leave!).
She is responsible and reliable and I am happy to have her as my adviser and to be able to call her my friend.
Robin Toha, Religious Student