Chang joins RHB Asset Management as CIO


  • Business
  • Saturday, 04 Mar 2017

Chang has been with MCIS Insurance for eight years and headed the fixed income desk.

MICHAEL Chang Wai Sing has joined RHB Asset Management as chief investment officer – fixed income. He has more than 10 years of fund management experience specialising in fixed income investments for insurers and asset management companies.

Prior to his role at RHB Asset Management, he has been with MCIS Insurance Bhd for eight years and headed the fixed income desk.

His strong investment acumen is recognised by the market and has been awarded as the “Most Astute Investor in Asian Local Currency Bonds for 2014, 2015 and 2016, Malaysia Rank No. 1 for three consecutive years.

Chang has been with MCIS Insurance for eight years and headed the fixed income desk.
Chang has been with MCIS Insurance for eight years and headed the fixed income desk.

The win for the award, led by the Asset Benchmark Research, placed him at the Top 10 Astute Investors in Malaysia successively for the past three years.

Chang graduated with a bachelor of commerce degree from The University of Western Australia, with double majors in accounting and finance and a minor in business law. He is also a national member of the ACI- Malaysia – The Financial Markets Association. Prior to gaining his membership, he was a distinction and award recipient for the Pasaran Kewangan Malaysia Certificate.

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