Professor Annie Koh
Vice-President, Office of Business Development, Singapore Management University, Singapore

Annie Koh is the Vice President for Office of Business Development, Singapore Management University (SMU). A Practice Professor of Finance, Annie also holds the position Academic Director of The Financial Training Institute (FTI), Centre for Professional Studies (CPS), International Trading Institute (ITI) and Business Families Institute (BFI) at SMU. A notable conference speaker, panel moderator and commentator, Annie serves on a number of councils, advisory boards and steering committees of regional and local economic, government and academic institutions.

A recipient of the prestigious Singapore Public Administration Medal (Bronze) in 2010, Annie chairs the World Economic Forum Global Agenda Council for Southeast Asia and the Asian Bond Fund 2 Supervisory Committee of Monetary Authority of Singapore. She was recently appointed as a member of Singapore’s MOE-WDA Skills Development Council, and is a board member and audit committee member of Singapore’s Central Provident Fund, an advisory board member for Indonesia International Institute for Life Sciences (i3L), and a member of the Research and Publications Committee of Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce & Industry. Annie is on the investment committee of i-Globe, an independent director on the board of k1 Ventures Ltd, and an advisor to a number of family businesses.

A Fulbright scholar, Annie earned her PhD in International Finance from Stern School of Business, New York University in 1988. Her research interests are in Family Office and Family Business, Investor Behaviour, Alternative Investments and Enterprise Risk Management.