About Chris Ng and the Prosperity Series
Posted by intellisg on July 16, 2005
Christopher Ng Wai Chung graduated from the National University of Singapore with a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering (1st Class Honours) and a Masters of Science in Applied Finance. After having his job outsourced at Procter & Gamble, he joined Hewlett Packard as an IT outsourcing specialist and has built many IT support teams in Kuala Lumpur and Bangalore.
He is a qualified project manager and holds many IT qualifications which include the MCSE, MCSD, CISSP, CISA and PMP qualifications. Qualifications held in the field of Finance include the FRM and CAIA certifications. He has passed all three exams which form part of the requirements to obtain the CFA charter and has passed the local CMFAS papers 5 and 8.
Growing your Tree of Prosperity is Christopher’s first work and combines social commentary on Singapore along with tips on improving one’s personal finances. It is a guide on making your first $100,000 using financial products readily available in the Internet and local stock markets.
Harvesting the Fruits of Prosperity proposes a new mode of financial independence which is easily accessible to most Singaporeans and is a maiden attempt to synthesize many religious and philosophical ideas into the field of personal finance.
Christopher is now planning for his third piece of word entitled Sowing the Seeds of Prosperity, a book on postmodern finance written especially for students and young urban Singaporean professionals. This piece of work focuses on the basics on career management, coping with debt and dealing with information asymmetries in the financial landscape of this country. Plans are not firmly fixed but ideas in evolutionary psychology and post-structuralist critique will be employed to research this next piece of work.
Christopher loves cats and has been playing Dungeons and Dragons for the past 20 years.
Chris’ blog can be found at treeofprosperity.blogspot.com. He can be reached at email@example.com.
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