Benjamin Ng

Financial Services Consultant

Story

For those that knew me back in secondary school, I used to count in currency of watermelon slices where one slice would equal to $0.30.
Like all kids bubble tea was always tempting, but the idea that a $3 bubble tea could get me 10 watermelon slices gave me second thoughts.

As a child, the 2 biggest lessons my parents taught me were: first, to save for a rainy day and second, to surround myself with good people. This made me a very thrifty and sociable person growing up.

Back when I was 14, I went to a cafe for the first time with a group of friends. I ordered the cheapest thing on the menu – an espresso, without not knowing what it was. Imagine my surprise when I was served a tiny cup of pure caffeine.
I’ve always been blessed to be surrounded by amazing friends at every new environment throughout life; be it secondary school, polytechnic or army.
The meaningful conversations and quality time I’ve had with my loved ones has, and continues to make life more fulfilling.

From a random group of European backpackers in Vietnam, to a friendly Russian opening his home to me in Bali. These are some of the many experiences I’ve had in life that encouraged me to put myself out there, and surround myself with people from all walks of life.

After finishing my internship and graduating from polytechnic, I realised what I truly wanted was to work in an industry where both my passions are intertwined.
Working a job that would empower me to help others to reach their financial goals and on top of that allow me to connect with people on the daily.

Talking about finances and connecting with people are two important aspects in my life and these aspects make my life a much more fulfilling and meaningful one.

Do reach out to me if you’d like to have a chat about how to manage your finances, or even just to chat about life itself. I’m always down to grab a beer or an expresso!

Benjamin Ng

Financial Services Consultant

Story

For those that knew me back in secondary school, I used to count in currency of watermelon slices where one slice would equal to $0.30.
Like all kids bubble tea was always tempting, but the idea that a $3 bubble tea could get me 10 watermelon slices gave me second thoughts.

As a child, the 2 biggest lessons my parents taught me were: first, to save for a rainy day and second, to surround myself with good people. This made me a very thrifty and sociable person growing up.

Back when I was 14, I went to a cafe for the first time with a group of friends. I ordered the cheapest thing on the menu – an espresso, without not knowing what it was. Imagine my surprise when I was served a tiny cup of pure caffeine.
I’ve always been blessed to be surrounded by amazing friends at every new environment throughout life; be it secondary school, polytechnic or army.
The meaningful conversations and quality time I’ve had with my loved ones has, and continues to make life more fulfilling.

From a random group of European backpackers in Vietnam, to a friendly Russian opening his home to me in Bali. These are some of the many experiences I’ve had in life that encouraged me to put myself out there, and surround myself with people from all walks of life.

After finishing my internship and graduating from polytechnic, I realised what I truly wanted was to work in an industry where both my passions are intertwined.
Working a job that would empower me to help others to reach their financial goals and on top of that allow me to connect with people on the daily.

Talking about finances and connecting with people are two important aspects in my life and these aspects make my life a much more fulfilling and meaningful one.

Do reach out to me if you’d like to have a chat about how to manage your finances, or even just to chat about life itself. I’m always down to grab a beer or an expresso!