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Celine Tan

Cheras, Malaysia

Email: celinetkw@gmail.com

Home page: http://www.linkedin.com/in/celinetankw

~ A writer with an Economics degree & knowledge in personal financial planning ~

Worked with investors from various background in the first two years of working years (September 2003 to August 2005) as a mutual fund consultant. During this period, completed the Certification in Financial Planning (CFP) from Module 1 to Module 6.

Worked with a financial planning firm as a para planner to gain experience from the period September 2005 to August 2007, executing tasks such as technical research that covered areas of debt management, wealth protection and wealth accumulation.

Aim to help the public in the financial services industry. Choose the writing field after four years in the industry as I believe media present me greater opportunity to touch ground with people (since September 2007).

I am a self-motivated person and dedicated to work; hence, productive. I have self-discipline and will always work towards meeting the deadlines. To be able to do so, I am good at my follow ups and stay organized at all times. I see myself as a 'team player' as I am willing to help my co-workers if they are in need of assistance to complete their assignments. I feel there's the importance of using one's emotional intelligence while dealing with people of all characters.

Interests: Writing: Profiles, Investing, Insurance, Personal Financial Planning, Estate Planning, Retirement, Debt Management

Published writer: Yes

Freelance: Yes

 

Published works:

Other

  • Personal Investing: Funds – Gains from green funds
  • Workwise: Erring at work
  • Personal Finance: Insurance – Do they really pay?
  • Personal Business: Business in blooms
  • Inflation risk to remain mild, say analysts
  • MYM: Multi-class structure for unit trust funds
  • MYM: Prudential seeks to acquire AIA Group in Asia
  • Personal Investing: Staying afloat in turbulent times
  • Cover story: Your top 8 questions answered
  • Joint: The Edge Lipper StarMine Awards 2010
  • Personal Investing: Searching for Signs
  • Personal Finance: Finding the right financial planner
  • First person: Designing is in his blood - Eric Leong
  • Workwise: Can you have it all?
  • MYM: Dealing with the latest price hikes
  • Personal Investing: Making forex gains
  • Wellness: Choosing a great gym
  • MYM: You can shop for unit trusts online soon
  • Personal Investing: Rising interest rates and you
  • Cover story: How to build passive income streams
  • MYM: Rates on the move
  • Personal Investing: Banking on structural growth
  • Personal Business: 3 money issues for the self-employed
  • Partial – Cover story: 31 free things
  • Personal Investing: Can the past predict the future?
  • Smart spending: Repair or replace?
  • Partial – Cover story Millionaires: James Tan and Evelyn Ch’ng
  • Personal Investing: Should you stay defensive?
  • Partial - Cover story: Things you can do to minimize your tax for the year
  • Fund Q&A: Playing the China Card
  • Insurance: 12 questions to ask your agent
  • Personal Business: Do you need a partner?
  • Partial – Cover Story: Despite the economic challenges, there are investing opportunities out there
  • Personal Investing: Flavour of the day
  • Personal Business: Eyeing the optical business?
  • Insurance: Guaranteed income for your golden years?
  • Cover feature: Size up your unit trust fund portfolio and learn how to navigate through the ups and downs of the market (Joint article)
  • Funds: Reversion for agribusiness seen
  • Personal Investing: Special report – The Edge Lipper Malaysia Fund Awards 2009 (Joint article)
  • Personal finance: Leaving a legacy
  • Cover feature: Seven new smart tax-planning strategies
  • IMHO: Financial tips for those just starting out
  • MYM: Staying cool in bear-market rallies
  • Personal Investing: Should you feast on feeder funds?
  • Personal Finance: When it pays to pay for advice
  • Insurance: Don’t sit on your hands - investment-linked policies
  • Currency volatility to stay high
  • Fund launches dwindle
  • ASM, ASW offer investors consistency
  • Prudential launches new global fund
  • Pacific Mutual launches China-focused fund
  • Lower inflation doesn’t mean lower prices
  • Personal Finance – Insurance: Is a universal life policy for you?
  • Personal Investing – Funds: An alternative to FD?
  • MYM: Yet another golden record
  • MYM: IFPAC makes a comeback
  • Personal Investing: Aiming for absolute returns
  • Personal Investing: Funds – best and worst unit trust funds 2007
  • MYM: Inflation on the rise
  • Personal Investing: Hot Commodities
  • Workwise: 5 ways to get off on the right foot
  • Personal Investing: CIMB-Principal takes a holistic approach
  • Personal Finance – Retirement: Do you have enough?
  • Growth or value investing in these times?
  • MENA has bright long-term prospects, says fund manager
  • Investing in the pullback
  • Cover story: Position your portfolio for the recovery - Eight moves for the next six months and beyond
  • Personal Investing: Is diversification death?
  • Spaces: Sell your property in a slow market
  • First Person: Puan Chan Cheong of Green Packet
  • MYM news: Is there a China bubble?
  • Fund Q&A: Infrastructure still going strong
  • MYM: Call warrants on the rise
  • Phrase of the month: Beta and alpha
  • Personal Investing: Trusting in REITs
  • Great Eastern launches investment-linked plans for various needs
  • More corporate unit trust advisers expected
  • Personal Investing: 7 rules for warrants
  • Personal Finance: How to say "no" to your child
  • Education Focus: 5 ways to fund your studies
  • IMHO: Financial planners need to engage with the public
  • No prolonged downward trend, say fund managers and analyst
  • MYM: Higher returns on FD?
  • Funds Q&A: Positive on Asia Pacific
  • Personal Investing: All bundled up
  • Personal Finance: EPF Alternatives
  • Personal Business: Supplying art and craft materials
  • Partial – Cover story on millionaire: Ng Teck Fong and Ernie Chen
  • Fund Q&A: Corporate bonds most promising sector
  • Joint article (millionaire) – Protecting your riches
  • Joint article (Personal Finance): Funeral finances
  • No increase in people seeking AKPK counseling despite slowdown
  • Part 2 Cover Story: Have you planned your life?
  • Phrase of the month: Double-dip recession
  • Personal Investing: Are the waters safe?
  • Personal Finance: Have mobile, will pay
  • EPF retirement savings for self-employed
  • Cover story: The road ahead is slow and uneven, so tread gently but positively, aided by these themes and sectors
  • Cover story: Stock picks for 2010
  • Personal Finance: Will you be my executor?
  • Bond funds: Minimal impact from gradual hike
  • What multi-class funds will offer
  • Personal Investing: Hedging with hedge funds
  • Personal Finance: 5 things to know about going paperless
  • Fund Q&A: BRIC economies still strong
  • Fund managers' strategies for 2010
  • Fund houses' strategies in dealing with the tough environment
  • Capital protected funds on the rise
  • Joint cover story: Be a better investor
  • Personal Investing: Eye on Russia
  • Personal Investing: Headwinds for bonds
  • Phrase of the month: Commodity supercycle
  • Fund watch: HwangDBS Asia Quantum Fund benefits from asset allocation strategy