Profit from the Future. Now.

Riding on the Future of Live-Work-Invest

Industry-First Fund | Renowned Investors | Award-Winning Research

Our Mission

Creating Unique Funds that Back Sustainable Projects and Investments

Fund Management Singapore

Our Uniquely Crafted Funds

We tap on our entrenched network and research capabilities to seek unique opportunities across the region, crafting funds to finance companies with future-proof business models.

Private Debt Fund

Be part of a revolutionary payment management system.

The Fund provides financing to MAS-licensed fintech Lyte, which seeks to simplify and expedite the collection of commissions through instant payment to freelancers, starting with the real estate agents. The Fund offers yields of 6-8%. We made sure safety comes first, which is the reason for the 0% default rate since inception.

Equity Fund

Investing in future-proof companies using age-old research methodologies

Macro Fund

Absolute return fund across asset classes, from traditional to digital

SPAC Fund

Investor in Nasdaq-listed SPAC targeting tech businesses

Featured by Major Media Houses

We are often featured by major media houses such as Channelnewsasia, Business Times, Lianhe Zaobao, Straits Times, Money FM and CNA938.

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Meet the Team 

The world is changing. So are we. Fund managers, analysts, futurists.

Check out the team which relentlessly reinvent themselves.

Terence Wong, CFA

Founder and CEO

Investment

David Chow, CFA

Director

Investment

We Believe in Sharing Insights

Don't simply face the figures. Know the faces behind the figures.

Blast from the past with Salleh Marican, founder of Second Chance Properties

I am reminded of my growing up years every time I catch up with Salleh, as he built up one of the most popular clothing labels back then.

Trafigura’s Asia-Pacific CEO Tan Chin Hwee launches a new book

He takes a different spin on why economies grow at different speeds, and suggests that human values should be the starting point to assess the growth potential of any country.

Enzer’s founder Boyd Au used to find breakfast a challenge

Growing up in Boys’ Home, the kids with the biggest fist and toughest knuckles got the thickest kaya bread at breakfast. He wasn’t always so lucky.