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Cultivating Financial Agility
in the New Economy

Building Financially-Resilient Businesses & Teams in Southeast Asia

With Dominic Ong,

Chief Financial Officer

of Endowus

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About the episode

Gone are the days of predictable markets and slow-moving change. Today, both large enterprises and lean startups face lightning-fast shifts in consumer trends, disruptive technologies that rewrite the rules, and a globally interconnected economy where a tremor in one corner can trigger shockwaves elsewhere. So how can businesses future-proof their profits and become more nimble with their finances?

In this episode, we'll deliver actionable takeaways designed to enhance your team's financial foundation and adaptability in an era of sustainable growth. We'll unpack the key components that make a company financially-agile regardless of size and structure. This includes adopting flexible and proactive financial planning, allocating budgets efficiently, and understanding the bigger picture when scaling a team for successful market expansion.

Guest speaker

Dominic Ong, Chief Financial Officer of Endowus

Dominic Ong is the Chief Financial Officer of Endowus, a leading digital wealth platform in Asia.

Dominic oversees the strategic planning and implementation of all financial activities of the business. With over 15 years of financial services experience, he has deployed revolutionary financial strategies to drive radical growth and empowered Endowus to become a trusted and leading investment platform that offers access to the best-in-class digital experience.

Prior to Endowus, Dominic was the Head of Strategy and Business Development in Asia-Pacific at Rayliant Global Advisors, a quantitative asset manager. In this role, he was leading the firm’s institutional business development efforts in the APAC region and had set up Raliant’s Strategy function, even successfully closing one of their fundraising rounds.

He started his career advising Australian banks and private equity firms on strategy at McKinsey & Company in Sydney. After which, he spent a decade at Standard Chartered Bank in Hong Kong and Singapore where he held several senior positions, including as the head of the quantitative investment solutions (QIS) team which developed investment products for the Bank’s institutional, corporate and private banking clients.