Joyce Chng, AFP
With over five years of experience in the wealth planning industry, Joyce has honed her expertise in wealth accumulation and management. Driven by her passion for making a positive impact in people’s lives, Joyce remains committed to delivering genuine, honest advice to her clients. Her top priority is ensuring that her client’s financial well-being is never compromised by unnecessary product pushers.
This dedication to integrity and honesty led her to pursue a more purposeful career in wealth planning. In August 2021, she joined Providend, a firm whose values align perfectly with her own – acting solely in the best interests of the clients. Starting as an associate adviser, eventually rising to the position of client adviser.
Prior to joining Providend, she was a dedicated personal wealth adviser at a local bank in Singapore. Throughout her banking days, her specialisation in wealth management allowed her to connect with a diverse range of clients including civil servants, business owners, corporate directors, software engineers, and young working adults. These various interactions allowed her to understand the unique needs and goals of different individuals in different stages of life, she consistently provides sound advice tailored to their specific circumstances.
Beyond her professional endeavours, Joyce is an art enthusiast who finds solace in visiting art museums, especially during her vacations around the world. With a degree in Art and Design, she was a full-fledged interior designer for six years before transitioning into the finance industry. In her free time, you can find her strolling in the park with her loved ones every day after dinner, cherishing those moments.
If I could only eat one meal for the rest of my life, it would be
Aglio e Olio.
Superpower I wish I could have
The ability to unlock the full capacity of my brain with endless energy that doesn’t require sleep to replenish. That way, I could analyse and solve problems within minutes, allowing more time for leisure.
Advice for my younger self
Spend more time with my family, especially with my aging parents.
Luckiest thing that has happened to me
Being born into my family is the most fortunate thing, followed by the extra ingredient that I got (that I didn’t pick) in my Mala Xiang Guo. 😀
If I could live anywhere, it’ll be in
Thing that makes me laugh the most
The interactions between my parents, those typical PCK (Phua Chu Kang) & Rosie moments.
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