Our Team

 
  • Have an understanding of parameters to design efficient and effective products to suit investment purpose, and knowledge to avoid the pitfalls and excessive fees in structuring products
  • Experienced in designing, marketing, and managing structured products, and managing visible and hidden risks associated with structured products
  • The investment team is an elite group of specially selected successful risk management professionals and investment specialists.

Mr. Warren Kwan

CIO

Mr. Warren Kwan has over 25 years of experience in the financial markets. Out of the 25 years, Warren spent about 15 years as head trader for major global banks. He was Head of OTC and Proprietary Trading at Deutsche Bank from 1998 to 2002, Head of Equity Derivatives at Bank of China International from 2003 to 2007, and Global Head of Equity Derivatives and Convertible Bond Trading at Standard Chartered Bank from 2007 to 2010. Warren experienced Asia Financial crisis in 1998, SARS in 2003 and global financial crisis in 2008. Yet, he has gone through those events unscathed and earned healthy returns for those crisis years. Warren was one of the pioneer designers of financial products for the global retail and private banking sector. He has a B.A.Sc. degree in Engineering Science from University of Toronto and is an MBA graduate of Columbia Business School in New York.


Mr. Kenneth Wang

Fund Manager


Worked in the financial industry since 1994. Mr. Wang has worked with UBS, Bank of China International, Standard Bank Asia, Standard Chartered Bank, and Bank of Nova Scotia. Mr. Wang performed duties as senior equity derivatives and structured products trader during most of his career. Mr. Wang holds B.A. degree in Economics.

Mr. Alex Yeung

COO


For more than 20 years Alex has held senior positions within the Asian stock markets including CEO of the securities arms of UBS, Deutsche Bank and DBS. Alex was appointed by the Hong Kong Government to be a member of the Central Policy Unit (the Think Tank) from 1994 until the handover of Hong Kong back to China in 1997. He was also appointed by the Industry Working Group of the securities industry to assist the Securities and Futures Commission of Hong Kong to formulate insurance schemes to protect the industry. In addition, Alex was appointed by the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong as a member of the advisory committee of the derivative market.