The CAMRI Board of Directors is chaired by the Dean of the NUS Business School, and comprises the senior members of the investment industry, financial industry, and government financial statutory boards, as appointed by the Dean. The Director of the Centre is an ex officio member of the Board.
Dean and Distinguished Professor
NUS Business School
Managing Director and Chief Operating Officer
Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA)
Founding Partner and Chief Investment Officer
Dymon Asia Capital
Aberdeen Standard Investments (Asia)
Founder and CEO
Emerging Markets Equity
E*TRADE Financial Corporation
Chief Investment Officer
NUS Investment Office
Avanda Investment Management
Chief Executive Officer
Former CAMRI Board Member
Role of the Board of Directors
The Board will play the following roles:
Provide guidance and support in developing and promoting the Centre’s mission, objectives and strategic goals. These include advising CAMRI’s management and Advisory Council on its long-term activities and affairs, and ensure that they are consistent with the Centre’s strategic plan, and the objectives of the NUS Business School.
Advise on CAMRI’s plans for raising and utilising financial and other resources.
Advise on governance issues, the adoption of corporate governance principles, and ensuring best practise at the Centre at all times.
Assist CAMRI in building its reputation, e.g., serving as an advocate of CAMRI, as a bridge between CAMRI and businesses and the public sector, as well as advising on significant events of value to the industry.
Term Limits & Meetings
Members are appointed by the Dean, NUS Business School (Chair) and will serve a 3-year term, renewable twice. The Board will meet twice a year and as scheduled by the Dean. While Board meetings are expected to include the participation of all its Members, compelling personal or business reasons may preclude Members from participating in meetings. In such cases, and when the need arises, CAMRI will make every effort to include Members via tele- or video-conference during meetings.