Raffles Family Office taps former CEO and digital assets specialist for Independent Advisory Board roles
Pan-Asian multi-family office expands external counsel cohort with two Singapore hires.
In line with its rapidly growing numbers of clients originating outside Asia and new alternative asset offerings, Hong Kong-headquartered Raffles Family Office made corresponding appointments to its Independent Advisory Board (IAB) today. Bruno Morel joins from VP Bank, where he was Singapore CEO. He is accompanied by Bitcoin Exchange co-founder and former Government of Singapore Investment Corporation (GIC) executive Zann Kwan.
The latest additions to the body, which was launched to help RFO’s client teams enrich their services through impartial views from industry-leading subject matter experts, follow inaugural IAB appointments made earlier this year that centred on philanthropy and family dispute management. Both Morel and Kwan will report to RFO’s Singapore office at One Raffles Place.
“The inclusion of Bruno and Zann to our growing bench of renowned financial services specialists illustrates our continued commitment to reaffirming our industry-leading expertise, which plays a key role in maintaining our position as Asia’s foremost multi-family office.” Raffles Family Office Managing Partner and Co-Founder Kendrick Lee said.
The earlier IAB appointees, both of which are based in Hong Kong, are former Franklin Templeton CEO & Regional Head for Greater China David Chang, and board advisor to LeeKumKee Health Product Group subsidiary Infinitus Property Christina Lau.