Me & My Money: He believes investors should research their wealth managers

CEO of asset management firm also backs having cash for a rainy day before investing in markets

Crossinvest (Asia) executive chairman and chief executive Cem Azak has less conventional investments in his portfolio. ST PHOTO: CHONG JUN LIANG
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It's safety first for wealth management executive Cem Azak, who backs putting enough cash aside for a rainy day before investing in financial markets.

Mr Azak, 47, also encourages investors to do extensive research on their wealth managers and check out how well they have performed.

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