Shareable Asset is an asset investment platform that everyone can access.
Shareable Asset is one of the few MAS licensed asset tokenization platforms to be able to issue asset-backed security tokens in a regulated environment which is both legally and economically acceptable.
Our mission is to provide high-quality investments - especially those previously accessible only to sophisticated and institutional investors - to everyone through technology.
Increased Non-face-to-face Interaction/Asset Purchase
Traditional Financial Institutions Broadening Acceptance of Tokenized Assets
Increased Money Supply and Disposable Income
Regulators Opening up to Embrace Technology
Founder and Chairman of the Board
Will is a serial entrepreneur who started his entrepreneurial journey in Silicon Valley in 2011. With his knowledge from studying Artificial Intelligence at Stanford University, Will is on a mission of building a human-centered platform through the newest technologies.
Prior to Shareable Asset, he established Blue Whale Foundation and Verlocal. Blue Whale Foundation is the organization of realizing a decentralized sharing economy system. On the other hand, Verlocal is one of the largest skilling sharing platforms in the U.S. Verlocal was featured by one of the largest and most well-known VCs, a16z (Andreessen Horowitz) as one of the most remarkable marketplace platforms in 2020 and 2021.
He moved to Singapore in 2017 to realize Shareable Asset’s vision.
Michael Chin is a seasoned investment banker and asset management professional with over 3 decades of experience, working for global financial services companies.
Before joining Shareable Asset in Mar, 2021, Michael spent 22 years in various locations and functions in UBS AG. Michael ran UBS Asset Management Singapore as CEO and was Head of UBS Asset Management South East Asia from 2015 to 2018. He also chaired UBS Asset Management Hong Kong/Singapore Management & Risk Committee and was an integral member of UBS AM APAC Management Committee as well as UBS Group Singapore Management Committee. Prior to moving to Singapore in 2015, Michael was CEO of UBS Hana Asset Management in Korea, a joint venture with Hana Financial Group with AUM of over $20 billion.
Prior to this appointment in 2010, based in Hong Kong, Michael was responsible for managing UBS Investment Bank's Asian cash equity distribution business as Global Head of Asian Equity Sales and was a member of Global Cash Equity Management Committee. Before this role which began in 2006, he was Branch Manager and Head of Equities in Taiwan, having transferred in 2005 from his position as Branch Manager and Head of Equities in Korea for UBS Investment Bank which started in 2002. Before joining UBS in 1997, Michael held a number of positions at Lehman Brothers, Schroders and Credit Suisse First Boston in New York, Seoul and Hong Kong in investment banking and equity sales & trading. Michael graduated with a BA degree in International Relations from University of Virginia, USA.
Michael is currently an Independent Director, BOD of Vingroup JSC, the leading Vietnamese corporate group as well as BOD of Pepper Savings Bank, the 3rd largest Savings Bank in Korea. In addition, since 2018, he also serves as BOD member of SEO-Vietnam, a non-profit organization to help Vietnamese students to learn and experience global learning and training. He was Vice Chairman of Lumen Capital Investors from 2019-2020, developing its private equity/venture capital business. He also served as an Independent Director for Kakao Bank, one of the largest mobile-only banks in the world, from 2019 to 2021.
Chief Financial Officer
Former Executive Director at UBS responsible for APAC Wealth Management, Asset Management and Net New Money reporting with centralized support out of Singapore and Hong Kong.
Chief Technology Officer
Former lead software engineer at J.P. Morgan Chase Bank. Proven track records of delivering scalable, resilient and secure trading and asset management platforms. Leading cross-regional development teams at Schroders Investment Management and Macquarie Group in Singapore and Australia.
Chairman of the Advisory Board
Sung started his investment career at GIC in 1993 and retired as Managing Director and Chief Risk Officer in 2011. Subsequently, he took on advisory and board positions with multiple government bodies and financial institutions including the finance ministries in Norway and Singapore, Monetary Authority of Singapore, Bank of Thailand, MIT Investment Management Company, Markit Ltd (now part ofIHS Markit), Singapore’s Ministry of Health and NTUC Income Insurance Co-operative. He also took on short term advisory engagements with the InternationalMonetary Fund, Bank of Korea, and the Singapore Exchange (SGX). In 2015, Sung co-founded Avanda Investment Management, a Singapore-based asset manager. During his tenure as CEO over the next 6 years, Avanda’s AUM grew to over US$9 billion, invested across a range of global and Asian multi-asset, equity and fixed income strategies.
Since retiring from Avanda in mid-2021, Sung has taken on additional board and advisory roles with start-ups in diverse fields including sustainable investing, renewable energy, asset digitalization and long/short equity investing. Sung studied mathematics first at the University of Waterloo and later at the University of Minnesota.