Board of Directors
Ray of Hope's Board of Directors come from various fields of expertise and have lent their time generously. They are distinguished leaders whose strategic decision-making and guidance have steered the organisation.
Mark Wong (Chairman)
Mark Wong is Chief Operating Officer and Chief Risk Officer at Dymon Asia Capital. Prior to joining Dymon Asia, Mark was at Deutsche Bank where he was most recently Co-Head of Rates and FX Trading for Asia with Deutsche Bank in Singapore.
Mark graduated from University of Exeter with a Bachelor of Arts degree with honors.
Danny Yong is the Chief Investment Officer and a founding partner of Dymon Asia Capital, and has over 18 years of experience trading FX, fixed income, and index futures in Asia. Prior to Dymon, he was a founding partner and Chief Investment Officer of Abax Global Capital, a hedge fund based in Hong Kong. During his career, Danny was also a Managing Director at Citadel Investment Asia in Hong Kong, where he established and ran the Asia Macro trading business from late 2005 to early 2007 for the firm. In addition, he was Head of Trading for South East Asian Derivatives, Fixed Income and Foreign Exchange at Goldman Sachs where he spent six years in the Hong Kong and Tokyo offices.
Danny graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Business (Banking and Finance) with Honours from Nanyang Technological University of Singapore.
Mr. Kenneth Kan is Managing Partner and Chief-of-Staff at Dymon Asia Capital. He joined Dymon Asia in 2012 as Head of Execution Trading and was appointed Chief-of-Staff in 2017 where he works closely with the partnership on the growth and culture of the firm. Mr. Kan heads up Dymon Asia’s Business Development Team and ESG efforts while overseeing the firm’s Human Resources, Communications, CSR and Office Administration departments.
Prior to joining Dymon Asia in 2012, Kenneth worked at Credit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank, Marathon Asset Management, The Royal Bank of Scotland and Standard Charted Bank, focussed on Asian Emerging Markets FX trading.
Kenneth graduated in 1994 from Santa Clara University with a Bachelor of Science in Commerce (Finance).
Kher Sheng Lee
Kher Sheng Lee is Managing Director (Co-Head of APAC and Deputy Global Head of Government Affairs) with the Alternative Investment Management Association (AIMA). AIMA is the global representative of alternative investment industry, with more than 1,90 corporate members in over 60 countries. AIMA also incorporates the Alternative Credit Council which represents alternative credit and private debt managers.
Kher Sheng received his LL.B (Hons) degree from the National University of Singapore law school, and is admitted to practise law in Singapore (Advocate & Solicitor), Hong Kong (Solicitor) and England & Wales (Solicitor-Advocate with full rights of audience in all criminal and civil proceedings in the higher courts). He is appointed a Hong Kong Notary Public by the Chief Judge of the High Court of Hong Kong. He is a Member of The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (MCIArb). Kher Sheng has lived and worked in Singapore, London and Hong Kong. He is a CFA and CAIA charter holder.s.
Quak Hiang Whai
Quak Hiang Whai is Senior Advisor at the Ministry of Home Affairs, following a similar role at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Hiang Whai spent over 30 years of his career in the media, finance, property, academic and public sectors. He has held key appointments in newsroom, media management, public communication, corporate social responsibility and investor relations. A specialist in leadership development and public communication, he has advised and coached senior leaders from the private and public sectors.
A Business Administration graduate from the National University of Singapore, Hiang Whai also holds a Masters in Public Adminstration from the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy.
Martin is the Executive Director of The Majurity Trust, a new philanthropic organisation with social impact programs in Singapore. Martin was formerly the Executive Director of Institute for Societal Leadership at Singapore Management University and Co-Founder of Halogen Foundation Singapore.
Yeoh Swee Yen
Swee Yen is a Partner with Ernst & Young and is the EY Private leader for Financial Services in APAC. She has been working with EY since she graduated and has been serving clients in the assurance space in various financial hubs.
Swee Yen graduated from the University of Exeter and is a fellowship member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales.
Michelle is an experienced financial services in-house senior legal counsel who has held roles in various global banks. In addition to her corporate career, she was also in private practice and a partner at a leading Singapore law firm. Her areas of expertise include leadership of the firm’s private client practice and related client advisory, including the establishment of charities and corporate governance matters, to name a few.
Michelle is a graduate of the National University of Singapore with a Bachelor of Laws with Honours.