Dr Tan started his investment career at SEACORP, Malaysia (now known as Amanah Capital Partners Bhd). Dr Tan was with SEACORP, which owned 100% of the first unit trust company in Malaysia & Singapore forRead more
Dr Tan joined Arab-Malaysian Merchant Bank (now known as AmInvestment Bank) and was appointed the first Head of Investment Services. He grew the division and team from 2 staff in 1981 to 65 in 1988.Read more
Dr Tan was rated by William Mercer Zainal Fraser as the Top Manager for Retirement & Pension Funds in Malaysia. Dr Tan was the first Executive Director of Arab-Malaysian Unit Trusts Bhd (now known asRead more
The Malaysian Emerging Companies Fund Ltd, managed by Dr Tan in John Govett, was ranked First Place by Micropal in the category of Investment Trust in the 1-year Far East Ex-Japan (Single) Sector. (Fund returnRead more
The Singapore SESDAQ Fund, under the supervision of Dr. Tan Chong Koay till November 1993, was ranked top in a Micropal ranking of Far East Country Funds 1993. The Fund return was +248.9%* between JanuaryRead more
Malaysian Emerging Companies Growth Fund was ranked No. 1 by Micropal among offshore Malaysia Country funds for 1-year period for the second consecutive year for period ending December 1996. Period1-YearFund Return+44.40%*Benchmark Return+24.40%* Back to MilestoneRead more
Pheim Asset Management Sdn. Bhd. ( Pheim Malaysia ), one of the maiden asset management company in Malaysia when the asset management industry in Malaysia was first liberalised was founded by Dr Tan Chong Koay and began its operation on 4th January 1994.