Charger Award In Pictures


Charger AwardIT’S generally accepted that 2018 was a year that was a bit like riding the bull.

Expectations were high that it would be a good year, but what followed was a rough ride with new opportunities and challenges, depending on how you were invested in it.

Charger AwardThat’s the stock market for you. For all the analyses and pundits at work, you can get hit by curve balls.

That said, some businesses stuck to their guns in 2018 and delivered performances that outshone the competition.

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The Charger Award applies the algorithm developed by Spiking, which tracks how the whales are investing in the stock market. Together with other factors including the net income for the year and the average volume, the companies are ranked based on year to date total return.

Five winners in the following categories made the final cut: Consumer & Healthcare; Technology; Industrial & Logistics; Real Estate; and Financial Institutions.

The respective winners are: Best World International Ltd, AEM Holdings Ltd, China Sunsine Chemical Holdings Ltd, Mapletree Commercial Trust; and iFAST Corporation.

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The winners were presented the handcrafted trophies created by artist Kalyan Rathore at a ceremony at Nanyang Technological University.

There were two panel discussions which generated significant thought-provoking discussions on the state of investment in Singapore, what needs to be done, and how to entice more activity here.

The Charger Award is generously supported by: Principal Sponsor OUE; Knowledge Partner Nanyang Business School of NTU; Financial PR, Spiking, [email protected].

Here are images from the event.

Chok Yean Hung, CEO, AEM Holdings Ltd with the Charger Award flanked by the judging panel, (L-R) Chong Huai Seng, Kannan Chandran, Kamal Samuel, Dr Clemen Chiang.

Koh Choon Kong, Independent Director, Sunsine Chemical Holdings Ltd, receives the Charger Award from publisher of STORM, Kannan Chandran.

Jean Paul Wong, General Manager, iFAST Corporation receives the Charger Award.

Ngo Yit Sung receives the Charger Award on behalf of Best World International Ltd.

Charger Award winners, judges and partners.

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The Discussions

Chong Huai Seng reflects on the time when he was involved with SESDAQ during the panel discussion on what to look out for in 2019.

Prof Lee Boon Keng of the Nanyang Business School with Kamal Samuel and Dr Clemen Chiang.

Dr Anil Ratty (centre) makes a point about banks during the first discussion on the Singapore investing scene.

Dr Clemen Chiang sharing investment tales about whales.

A few lucky guests walked away with Dr Clemen Chiang’s new book, Spiking To The Moon.














Watch out for more coverage of the discussions.

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