Robertson Beck is delighted to benefit from Ms. Goh’s unique insights and perspectives

Robertson Beck, an advisor-owned financial services company serving high-net-worth individuals and institutional clients, today announced that Daniel Lu Chang has retired from the Board of Directors and that Shirley Goh has been elected to the Board to complete the number of Board members that Robertson Beck has since its inception.

Ms. Goh is President and Vice Chairman of a strategic international financial consulting firm. Her previous roles include Head of Sovereign Risk and Senior Advisor to leading private investment companies and a leading bank.

Eric Teng, Chief Executive Officer of Robertson Beck said: “Daniel brought deep and substantive knowledge to our firm and the financial services industry as a member of the Board, along with honed analytical abilities. He always focused on what was best for shareholders. On behalf of the entire Board of Directors, I want to thank Daniel for his many years of exemplary service and contributions to the firm.”

Daniel Lu Chang announced his retirement in lieu of his decision to focus on his academic career. He has served as an adjunct professor at a prestigious business school and has assumed the role of visiting lecturer in various international universities.

“We are very pleased to welcome Ms. Goh to the Board,” added Mr. Teng. “Her leadership in navigating geopolitical and macroeconomic risks will provide valuable guidance to the Board on matters of critical importance to our businesses, our customers and our shareholders. We wish her a successful appointment and we are looking forward to a fruitful collaboration.”