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RETIRING @ RAFFLES PLACE

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RETIRING PANEL DISCUSSION

We have concluded our first ever Retiring panel discussion on Facebook's Live Stream! A big thank you to everyone who tuned in and participated. We hope you feel wiser and more confident about being future ready without compromising the present.

If you missed our Live Stream, it's not too late to catch it – click ‘Play' above!

Moderator
Michelle Chong
Left Profile Artiste
Michelle Chong
Left Profile Artiste
Known as one of Singapore's most versatile and bilingual artistes, Michelle Chong is an award-winning multi-hyphenate who has hosted and acted in countless English and Chinese television programmes. Arguably Singapore's top female comic, she won over the hearts of Singaporeans with her hilarious, nuanced characters – many of us are familiar with the much loved Lulu and Barbarella in the popular Emmy-nominated satirical comedy series, The Noose.
Panellist
Aurobindo Ghosh
Assistant Professor of Finance (Education), Singapore Management University
Aurobindo Ghosh
Assistant Professor of Finance (Education), Singapore Management University
Dr Aurobindo, 45, is the Assistant Professor of Finance (Education) and Program Director of MFSE at Singapore Management University. He graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign with a PhD in 2003 and specialises in corporate finance, corporate governance, hedge funds and private equity.
Panellist
Rebecca Lim
Mediacorp Artiste
Rebecca Lim
Mediacorp Artiste
At 29, Rebecca Lim is arguably one of Singapore's most sought after actresses today and has recently embarked on her financial planning journey. With a degree in Accountancy from Singapore Management University and as a former top 5 contender in the Miss Singapore-Universe Pageant, Rebecca demonstrates versatility and maturity in several prominent English and Chinese drama serials.
Panellist
Mark Cheng
Editor, MoneySmart.sg
Mark Cheng
Editor, MoneySmart.sg
Mark Cheng, 32, is the editor for MoneySmart.sg, Singapore's top personal finance portal, and also manages their social media engagement and content distribution.

Prior to joining MoneySmart, Mark spent 3 years at Brandtology (now iSentia Media), the leading Social Media Intelligence agency in Asia. He handled research analysis work and product management, managing clients such as Nokia, Microsoft and DBS. Mark graduated in 2009 from Singapore Management University with a Bachelors of Business Management, majoring in Corporate Communications and Marketing.
Michelle Chong
Left Profile Artiste
Known as one of Singapore's most versatile and bilingual artistes, Michelle Chong is an award-winning multi-hyphenate who has hosted and acted in countless English and Chinese television programmes. Arguably Singapore's top female comic, she won over the hearts of Singaporeans with her hilarious, nuanced characters – many of us are familiar with the much loved Lulu and Barbarella in the popular Emmy-nominated satirical comedy series, The Noose.
Aurobindo Ghosh
Assistant Professor of Finance (Education), Singapore Management University
Dr Aurobindo, 45, is the Assistant Professor of Finance (Education) and Program Director of MFSE at Singapore Management University. He graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign with a PhD in 2003 and specialises in corporate finance, corporate governance, hedge funds and private equity.
Rebecca Lim
Mediacorp Artiste
At 29, Rebecca Lim is arguably one of Singapore's most sought after actresses today and has recently embarked on her financial planning journey. With a degree in Accountancy from Singapore Management University and as a former top 5 contender in the Miss Singapore-Universe Pageant, Rebecca demonstrates versatility and maturity in several prominent English and Chinese drama serials.
Mark Cheng
Editor, MoneySmart.sg
Mark Cheng, 32, is the editor for MoneySmart.sg, Singapore's top personal finance portal, and also manages their social media engagement and content distribution.

Prior to joining MoneySmart, Mark spent 3 years at Brandtology (now iSentia Media), the leading Social Media Intelligence agency in Asia. He handled research analysis work and product management, managing clients such as Nokia, Microsoft and DBS. Mark graduated in 2009 from Singapore Management University with a Bachelors of Business Management, majoring in Corporate Communications and Marketing.