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Arton Capital Singapore's MD Stepping Down

Editorial Staff 12 August 2021


The group, which operates worldwide, advises wealthy individuals on citizenship/residency-by-investment programmes.

Philippe May, managing director for its Arton Capital’s Singapore business and head of Asia-Pacific, has decided to leave the organisation for personal reasons, this news service can report. 

May has worked at Arton Capital, which advises wealthy individuals on citizenship/residency-by-investment programmes, for five years.
After he steps down, May’s responsibilities will be taken up by Miloš Stojanovi? and Lora Georgieva. 

May’s career began as a portfolio manager for Asian equities at Credit Suisse in Zurich. After his move to Singapore he became vice president of EFG Private Bank and director of VP Bank, in charge of high net worth clients in the Greater Mekong Sub-Region. Before joining Arton Capital he set up the Singapore office of investor migration consulting firm CS Global Partners. May is a Swiss-certified financial planner and banking specialist.

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