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Thriving on optimism

Eastspring Investments CEO Seck Wai-Kwong traces his years in the finance industry, and shares how he's learnt to counterbalance his natural instincts about the market.

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"I've come to a point in my life where I feel that a person is not a bad performer. It's just that he or she may not be playing to his strengths, or he is in the wrong role," says Seck Wai-Kwong.

AS a graduate fresh off a Colombo Plan scholarship, finance industry veteran Seck Wai-Kwong, then in his 20s, was off to a promising start. In his second posting to the Monetary Authority of Singapore - after a brief stint at the Administrative Services - he was tapped to build Singapore's first...

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