Executive Coach & Facilitator, Hong Kong
About this Coach
He is a Singaporean who is an Executive Coach based in Hong Kong. He is a Registered Corporate Coach with the Worldwide Association of Business Coaches. He combines his coaching skills with about 20-years experience working in financial services. He has worked with senior executives across the buy and sell sides of the financial services industry as well as with hedge and private equity funds. He specialises in performance and change management and leadership and career development.
He is a Registered Corporate Coach with the Worldwide Association of Business Coaches (WABC) and a Certified International Corporate Coach (ICC) with Progress-U/ Ivey Business School. He has an MBA with the Henley Business School, University of Reading (2008) and a BA(Hons) in Chinese Studies and Economics with The School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London (1997).
- Registered Corporate Coach – Worldwide Association of Business Coaches
- International Corporate Coach – Ivy Business School/ Progress-U
- Masters in Business Administration – Henley Business School, University of Reading.
- BA(Hons) in Chinese Studies and Economics – SOAS, University of London
- Certified Harrison Assessment Practioner
Expertise / Services Provided
- Executive Coaching
- Performance and Change management
- Strategic Change and Operational Strategy Consulting
- Leadership development
- Career development
- Harrison Assessments
Leadership and Corporate Experience
- 20-years experience in Financial Services in Hong Kong, London and Singapore.
- 15 years with Hedge Fund and Private Equity Funds
- 3 years as a Management Consultant with PricewaterhouseCoopers.
- 2 years Investment banking operations with Morgan Stanley
- Born in Singapore.
- Worked and lived in Hong Kong, London, Singapore and Beijing.
- Currently based in Hong Kong.
- Worked with clients from Europe, Asia, Australia and US
Selection of Clients
Executive Coaching / Seminars / Workshops
- City University Hong Kong
- BaiXian Asia Institute Ltd
- Hong Kong Red Cross
- Goldman Sachs
- Bank of China
- Credit Suisse
- Morgan Stanley
- ABN Amro