It is with pleasure that we announce that Andy Yang will join Coherent Capital Advisors (CCA) from 23 March 2017 and serve as its Executive Director.
Andy will also be a special advisor to Seasonalife.
Andy comes to CCA from Eastspring where he was previously the Head of Insurance Relationships. Prior to that, he held senior leadership positions at FWD
Group and ING Investment Management, including CIO roles for Korea and Taiwan and has extensive experience in multi-asset management. His experience also
builds on other roles across Asia-Pacific, including leading financial services organisations in Australia, Malaysia and New Zealand.
Andy is a Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries of Australia and serves as a Council Member.
Andy said “I am excited to join an enthusiastic, energetic and entrepreneurial team that applies its skills and abilities across a range of activities,
including fintech and big data”.
“Andy brings tremendous investment management and ALM knowledge to the firm. We’re honoured to have Andy on board and very confident CCA will be taken to
the next level under his leadership” said Fred Ngan, co-founder of CCA. “Andy’s accomplishments are exceptional in the insurance and investment management
industry. That an executive like Andy is turning to CCA and Seasonalife is a vote of confidence in the potential of a company born of technology and innovation”
said Michael Chan, co-founder of CCA.
CCA is a specialized analytics and advisory team focusing on asset liability management, risk & capital management, and advanced analytics. The team
comprises a lively group of actuaries, quants, engineers and designers.
Seasonalife is the insurtech offshoot of CCA seeking to revolutionize insurance, starting with the simple idea that insurance should be transparent and easy
to understand via the use of technology. Seasonalife offers Hong Kong’s most comprehensive insurance product database, an insurance robo-advisor, and on-line
‘games’ to help people understand their financial and insurance needs based on their lifecycle, behaviours and preferences.