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Attractive opportunities in Asia amid geopolitical risks

Ms Virginie Maisonneuve joined Eastspring Investments, the Asian asset management business of insurer Prudential, in January last year.

Singapore's first talent incubator Antler announces cohort of 55 founders

SINGAPORE - Antler, Singapore's first home-grown talent incubator and start-up generator, on Tuesday (June 12) announced it has selected 55 founders for its inaugural programme starting on July 2...

Out to improve the lives of others

When new graduate Leslie Eng completed his Diploma in Information Technology at Nanyang Polytechnic in 2002, he wasn't sure what career path to take but was certain on one point - no desk job,...

Call for Singapore, Brunei firms to join hands

As Brunei diversifies its economy, it would be timely for Singapore businesses to look at ways to team up with the kingdom's private sector, said President Halimah Yacob yesterday.

How to bring back the retail investor?

It is disappointing to read that only 10 per cent of Singapore retail investors believe their investment adviser or firm always puts their interests first, compared with a global average of 35 per...

Staying grounded as a young business owner

Entrepreneur Jerry Chen's first brush with investing came about when he spotted a bunk-mate reading Robert Kiyosaki's Rich Dad, Poor Dad during his national service days.

The importance of being flexible and adapting quickly

Singapore Management University undergraduate Wong Chun Yin, a second-year business student, started investing when he was 18.

Four Singapore start-ups complete Telstra-backed accelerator programme

SINGAPORE - Four Singapore-based startups have successfully completed a six-month programme organised by accelerator muru-D.

Singapore fintech start-up Silot raises US$2.87m in pre-Series A funding

SINGAPORE - Singapore-headquartered fintech company Silot has raised some US$2.87 million from investors Arbor Ventures and Eight Roads Ventures with the completion of its pre-series A funding....

Singapore healthcare start-up ObvioHealth raises US$3m Series funding

SINGAPORE - ObvioHealth, a Singapore and Orlando-based company offering mobile and "site-less" clinical trials, said on Friday (March 23) it has raised US$3 million in Series A funding.