Dr. Tan Chong Koay was awarded “China Top 10 Financial Intelligent Persons Special Award 2010” in Beijing.
Tan Chong Koay came from a humble home, studied abroad with effort and hard work, got a degree and summarized the essence of asset management; he has been in asset management for 38 years and averted the worst case scenario in each of the five financial crises he experienced. He cared about society, provided study and practice opportunities for the younger generation and cultivated many asset management professionals. His long-term investments came out on top several times in Malaysia, ASEAN and Asian regions except for Japan and gained awards and honorary titles more than once. He was awarded the “Most Respected Chinese Entrepreneurship Award in Asia-Pacific Region” in January 2012, the “China Top 10 Financial Intelligent Persons”” Special Award in December 2010, the “Outstanding Entrepreneurship Award at Asia Pacific Entrepreneurship Awards (APEA) 2010” and the “Best of the Best Awards 2010, CEO of the Year for Malaysia”.
Pheim Asset Management set its first footing in Switzerland in 2003. NPB Neue Privat Bank AG in Zurich, Switzerland appointed Pheim Singapore to be its fund manager in Asia (excluding Japan) in 2003. Pheim Malaysia was awarded “ Best of Best Country Awards 2004, Malaysia Best Boutique House of the Year “ by Asia Asset Management in 2004. Tan was honored as ” Southeast Asia’s Small-Cap King” by Bloomberg in 2006. He was awarded “Best of the Best Awards 2008, CEO of the Year for Malaysia” in 2008. However, his achievements could not be separated from successful investment performance of the company. On the basis of Morningstar’s ranking report, according to USD value cumulative return, Pheim ASEAN Emerging Companies Growth Fund was ranked No.1 for 1-to 15-year periods in Morningstar’s ASEAN Equity Category as at December 31, 2010.
Pheim ASEAN Fund continued to build a longer term track record. In 2013, Pheim ASEAN Emerging Companies Fund had an excellent performance and came out top in the ASEAN Equity Category. Pheim ASEAN Emerging Companies Fund , according to USD value cumulative return, has outperformed the FTSE ASEAN Index for 1-to 18-year periods as at September 30, 2013.
According to Morningstar’s appraisal report, the Pheim ASEAN Emerging Companies Fund , according to USD value cumulative return, has outperformed all international competitors in the same Category for 1-to 18- year as at September 30, 2013, except the 4th year in the ASEAN Equity Fund Category . The cumulative rate of return over 18 years as at September 30, 2013 was +375.92% compared to that of the FTSE ASEAN Index, +27.81, it exceeded +348.11%; compared to the next most outstanding opponent, it exceeded +207.38%. This is exactly the excellent champion performance in ASEAN Equity Fund Category ranking.
In March, 2014, Tan Chong Koay was selected and named as one of the 80 Global Chinese Eminent Business Leaders by The China Daily, Beijing.
Latest Performance Report Ended September 2014:
Pheim SICAV-SIF-Asean Emerging Companies Fund (Pheim ASEAN Fund) has continued to move ahead.
Pheim ASEAN Fund set a new long term record in 2014. According to the USD value cumulative return, Pheim Asean Fund has outperformed the FTSE ASEAN Index for 1-to 19- year periods as at September 30, 2014. In Morningstar’s ASEAN Equity Fund Category ranking, Pheim ASEAN Fund has outperformed all international competitors in the same Category for the same periods as at September 2014. The cumulative rate of return for 19 years as at September 30, 2014 was +451.69% compared to that of the FTSE ASEAN Index, +34.51%, it exceeded 417.18%; compared to the next most outstanding opponent, it exceeded +264.51%.
The Pheim ASEAN Fund has continued to outshine others and has become the World Best ASEAN Equity Fund in the ASEAN Equity Fund Category.
Founded in February 1995, Pheim ASEAN Fund becomes an equity fund that is ALL Time Great among the peers in ASEAN Equity Category in 2014. The Fund invests in various categories of Industries.