Top 5 articles in April

| 02 May 2019

Getting you up to speed with the top most read articles in April.

  1. Filipinos have the lowest retirement savings in Asia

Among eight markets in Asia, the Filipinos have the lowest retirement funds. The seven other markets included in the survey are Hong Kong, China, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia.

Most Filipinos lack preparation for their retirement, with average retirement savings to last them for 3.6 months, according to a survey conducted by Manulife. 

Read more here.

  1. How to turn on the CHARM in conversations

Joshua Luke, an award-winning entrepreneur shares his formula [C.H.A.R.M.] on how to create a brand new you and make connections easily.

Find out from Coach Joshua how you can turn on the charm easily in conversations.

Watch the clip here

  1. Assets Prestige Alliance shares key points on growing your agency


Assets Prestige Alliance (APA), a group of agency units of Prudential Assurance Company Singapore, was formed in September 2016 in a small office of around 400 square feet. In just over two years, it has had to move office thrice as its group size leapt from 20 to over 130. It currently occupies a location that is ten times the size of its original office.

Jaden Wang, Co-Founder of APA, shared with us the secrets behind its phenomenal growth.

Read it here

  1. Each pill costs $5,000 – Multiple Sclerosis treatment option

Did you know that being treated for Multiple Sclerosis, a condition which affects the central nervous system would cost you S$5,000 for a disease-modifying drug pill. That's what happened to a lady in Singapore.

41-year-old Shannon Heo was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS), a disease she has been battling with since 2010.

Read more here on how she and her family battle it together. 


  1. How can the Financial Advisory Industry in Asia serve the society better?

What is the role of financial advisory in society? The answer is crucial because it guides the assessment of the industry’s past contributions and navigates its future as the next decade draws near.

Asia Advisers Network and 360F have come together to conduct an industry-wide survey focused on financial advisory in Asia. The objective of the survey is to collect insiders' assessment of the industry, namely how well it has fulfilled its role in the society, its persistent challenges and its untapped potential. With insights from both senior executives and practitioners, this would be the first of its kind survey in the industry in this region.

Participate in the survey here:

Read more here

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