The Sub-Committee comprises of up to 10 carefully selected, high calibre representatives of the financial community in Singapore, including personalities from universal and private banks, independent asset managers, international financial advisers, multi-family offices and fund managers representing the financial industry as a whole. Open to members and non-members.
The sub-committee meets quarterly or bi-monthly in an informal setting and promotes discussions on relevant topics such as Challenges for SG as a Financial Centre, Digitalisation, Repatriation, Private Equity, Variable Capital Companies, Wealth Tax, the independent asset manager industry and financial services for Swiss citizens and SMEs in Singapore as well as regulatory challenges, just to name a few.
In addition, the sub-committee shall serve as an expert body to transmit its financial knowledge to SCC members from the non-financial sector through panel discussions, lectures, white papers and focus workshops, and to help Members on financial matters when needed, based on the insights from the topics discussed in the sub-committee.
Swiss National, holding a Masters Degree and PhD in Business Administration and Economics from the University of Zurich/Switzerland – magna cum laude. Daniel is a Certified Relationship Manager in Private Banking and has been working in Singapore for five years as MAS licensed Financial Representative. Daniel also holds a STEP Certificate in International Trust Management.
Before joining St James’s Place/The Heritage Partnership as a Partner Daniel worked for a Swiss based multi-family office and an independent asset manager in Singapore as Senior Advisor. Daniel has 28 years of experience in the financial industry, including almost 23 years with Credit Suisse AG in Zurich as a Managing Director where he has held a broad spectrum of senior roles and functions in international banking. Daniel maintains a strong network with private entrepreneurs, senior executives, and main shareholders of listed companies across Singapore, Hong Kong, and Mainland China. He is advising and servicing them and their families by applying a holistic approach on wealth management and a long-term, life cycle driven view on their financial planning needs.
Daniel is a Member of the Executive Board of the Swiss-Asian Chamber of Commerce since 2011.