Red Shield Financial appoints Catherine Chua as Chief Country Officer for Singapore
10/07/2016

Red Shield Financial today announced the appointment of Catherine Chua as Chief Country Officer for Singapore effective immediately.

Online PR News – 07-October-2016 – HONG KONG – Red Shield Financial’s new Chief Country Officer for Singapore takes over from Gary Huang who retired from the firm at the end of September

Red Shield Financial’s Chairman, Mr. Wilson Hu commented on Catherine Chua’s appointment saying “Catherine is an experienced and accomplished professional and we are delighted to have her here at Red Shield Financial to lead the continued growth and development of our business in Singapore, which has significant importance and potential for the firm.”

Red Shield Financial’s Mr. Hu also went on to say “We extend our sincere thanks to Gary who has successfully managed the firm’s development in Singapore over the last few years, a period of substantial expansion for Red Shield Financial.”

Catherine Chua’s appointment is the ninth new Chief Country Officer appointment in the last 2 years for Red Shield Financial, including in Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Korea, China, Australia & New Zealand, Japan and India as the firm invests further in building its substantial Asia Pacific client base.

Catherine Chua joins Red Shield Financial from the China Construction Bank (CCB) where she was Head of Corporate and Investment Banking. She has extensive senior management experience across the banking sector with functions including her role as Bank of China Senior Credit Officer in Singapore.

Ms. Chua holds a MBA in Mechanical Engineering from the Shanghai Jiao Tong University.

Red Shield Financial has focused on delivering our clients’ goals and helping be responsible for their financial security since our founding in 1991 in Hong Kong S.A.R. as Chin Financial Services.

Headquartered in the financial core of Hong Kong, Red Shield Financial is a vigorous wealth management company with global scope and a stated objective of refining the financial security of our clients through the provision of actively managed specialized portfolios along with providing professional guidance and investment amenities.

The company was renamed Red Shield Financial in 2014 to mark the 30th anniversary of the firm following a management buyout from the Chin Family, and has added offices in Shanghai, Taipei and Tokyo over the years to become a leading firm within the region and beyond.

Red Shield Financial has also always had a solid emphasis on hiring the best and brightest minds existing to our team in order to provide the means, knowledge and know-how to best assist our clients in realizing their financial goals.

Knowledge and expertise, along with the state-of-the-art research and analysis tools, have enabled Red Shield Financial to develop a performance history of first-rate risk attuned returns provided to its investors.