Hsieh Fu Hua
Hsieh Fu Hua is a Singapore-based financial services executive and industry advisor who is the chairman of ACR Capital Holdings Pte Ltd, an advisor to the Prime Partners Group, which he co-founded.
He also serves on the board of GIC and Grab Holdings. He is a member of the GIC board's human resource and organization committee
Hsieh is the former CEO of the Singapore Exchange Limited (SGX). He was appointed to that role in January 2003 and joined the Singapore Exchange and its board in March of that year. He left in 2009 and was succeeded by Magnus Böcker.
Hsieh was previously managing partner of PrimePartners, a Singapore-based private equity group, and group managing director of BNP Prime Peregrine Group in Hong Kong. Before founding PrimePartners in 1993, he was chief executive of Morgan Grenfell Asia Holdings Pte Ltd which he joined in 1974.
He previously served on the board of the government investment agency Temasek Holdings from 2010 to 2012. Hsieh also served as the non-executive chairman of United Overseas Bank (UOB).
Haieh is active in the Singapore community, serving on the boards of not-for-profit organizations including chairing the National University of Singapore, National Gallery Singapore, the Stewardship Asia Centre, and the National University Health System (wef 1 January 2019).
He is also chairman of SIM Pte Ltd (a subsidiary of the Singapore Institute of Management).
Hsieh graduated in 1974 from the University of Singapore in Business Administration.
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