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FundedHere Pte LtdBio
Daniel is a Co-Founder and Executive Director of FundedHere Pte Ltd, a MAS-regulated debt and equity crowd-funding platform. Prior to FundedHere, Daniel was an Executive Director of Singapore-listed company Viking Offshore & Marine Ltd and Associate Director at Blue Ocean Capital Partners, a bespoke consultancy firm specialising in mergers and acquisitions. Part of the work at Blue Ocean involved helping a Singapore private equity fund Tembusu Partners raise money from ultra-high net worth individuals and smaller institutional funds and family offices. Daniel has board experience in Singapore, having sat on the board of Singapore-listed company Nico Steel Holdings Ltd from 2009 to 2016 and Ann Aik Ltd from 2012 to 2016, both as a non-executive director. Daniel also sat on the board of Viking Offshore & Marine from 2011 to 2018 as an Executive Director. Daniel was also a member of the Finance Committee with the Singapore Institute of Directors from 2010 to 2012. He graduated with an honours degree in law in 2007 from Bristol University, United Kingdom.
Jessica is the Managing Editor of Eco-Business, an award-winning journalist, TV presenter, director, producer, and a social entrepreneur. She has more than a decade of experience in media, journalism and sustainable development and is a columnist for mainstream print and digital publications. She is an independent and non-executive director of Singapore-listed ComfortDelGro, one of the world's largest land transport companies, and sits on the nomination and investment committees. She serves as Strategic Advisor to Blue Planet Environmental Solutions, and is founding Director for Embodhi (Singapore), anon-profit for women empowerment in Asia. She is also an associate member of the Singapore Institute of Directors, and currently chairs the Climate ActionSG Alliance – an initiative supported by the Ministry of Environment and Water Resources to advocate climate action and raise public awareness on climate issues. A Singapore Press Holdings scholar, she has won many journalism awards. In March 2018, she was announced the winner of the Women of the Future Southeast Asia Awards for the media and communications category. She was also named as one of LinkedIn's Power Profiles for Singapore for 2018.
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Sindicatum Sustainable ResourcesBio
Assaad W.Razzouk is a Lebanese-British clean energy entrepreneur, investor, podcaster and commentator based in Singapore. He is Chairman and CEO of Sindicatum Renewable Energy, a clean energy company headquartered in Singapore financing, building and operating renewable energy projects in India, Thailand, Indonesia and theilippines; He is also the CEO of Reneum Institute, an energy blockchain platform, host of the Podcast The Angry Clean Energy Guy; an Advisory Board member of Eco-Business; Board member of EB Impact, a member of the International Council of the National University of Singapore Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, and an occasional contributor to the Huffington Post, Eco-Business, Forbes, the Independent, the Ecologist and others. With his hands-on experience inclean energy combined with his other roles, Assaad is a high-profile thought leader on climate change, clean energy and the UN climate talks with more than 130,000 followers on Twitter, 100,000 on Facebook, 135,000 on LinkedIn and widely-read newspaper columns.
Brandon Courban currently serves as Executive Director at Olympus Capital, a private equity fund manager investing into growth companies across Asia. He is on the Board of Directors for EB Impact, the non-profit sister organisation to Eco-Business. He also serves on the board of several Olympus Capital Investee Companies, both private and public. Brandon is based in Singapore and leads investments in Southeast Asia throughout the deal cycle, from sourcing through to management and exit with an emphasis on the environmental, sustainability and renewable energy industries. Over a 20 year career he has served in senior positions at Macquarie Capital, Armstrong Asset Management and Sindicatum Group building an extensive track record in energy and infrastructure. He started his career as an engineer at Mott MacDonald and holds a UK Chartered Engineer (CEng) designation, as well as an MBA from the University of Hertfordshire. A British national who grew up in Sierra Leone, Brandon is passionate about leaving the world a better place - he has launched regional platforms from a standing start, authored an approved UNFCCC carbon abatement methodology, led over a million tons of carbon reduction in Indonesia and was recognised in the British Expertise awards for innovative climate change solutions in China. He is an occasional seed investor and start-up mentor, and outside of the office you will often find him on a sports field somewhere. He is fluent in English, Creole and proficient in Indonesian Bahasa.
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