Aggregate Asset Management Appoints Professor Kishore Mahbubani as Non-Executive Chairman
Aggregate Asset Management, a boutique fund manager with S$450 million AUM, has appointed Professor Kishore Mahbubani as the Non-Executive Chairman and Non-Executive Director on its board.
” NUS Dean Professor Kishore Joins Aggregate Asset Management as Non-Executive Chairman “
Professor Kishore Mahbubani is the Dean of the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy of the National University of Singapore. He is also serving on numerous boards, including Zurich Insurance Group Ltd and Zurich Insurance Company Ltd, and the board of Wilmar International Limited as an independent non-executive director.
Aggregate Asset Management was launched in 2012 and is the first fund manager that adopted the zero-management fee model in Singapore.
Professor Kishore Mahbubani:
“Starting out as a client with Aggregate Asset Management, I have had the opportunity to get to know the firm over several years. I have been impressed by the expertise and professionalism of the Aggregate team, and by their track record of generating above-market returns for their clients. I am pleased to join the board of AAM, which I believe has a compelling value proposition with its zero-management fee model. I believe in the management team’s capabilities and the long-term performance prospects of the fund, investing in the untapped opportunities across Asia’s high-growth emerging markets.”
Aggregate Asset Management’s Executive Director Kevin Tok:
“We are honoured and delighted by the vote of confidence Professor Mahbubani has given us by joining our board. It is a testament to our validated track record and investment philosophy that have earned the trust of our esteemed clientele who are well-versed in the world of economics and business themselves. Under Professor Mahbubani’s chairmanship, we look forward to build up our trusted brand name as a world-class investment organization that can continue to serve the investment needs for our growing pool of clients with our specialised value investing strategy.”
Source: Official Press Release
About Aggregate Asset Management
Aggregate Asset Management (“AAM”) is a leading specialized value-based boutique fund manager with an investment focus on undervalued Asian listed securities. Its single flagship fund, the Aggregate Value Fund, holds more than 600 equities in its portfolio with assets under management totaling S$450 million. AAM has built its offering around its client needs by minimizing their capital risks and maximizing their returns. Launched in December 2012, it is the first fund house to adopt the zero-management fee model in Singapore, charging only a performance fee.
- Founded: 2012
- Origin: Singapore
- AUM: S$450 Million (2017)