Me & My Money: Room for active and passive funds in investment portfolio

Tokio Marine Singapore's chief investment officer Goh Kay Yiong. ST PHOTO: ONG WEE JIN
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SINGAPORE - Insurance executive Goh Kay Yiong knows the danger of letting emotions - from greed to fear - take hold of your investment decisions, so he opts to put his trust in fund managers to achieve his objectives.

Mr Goh, 44, believes that investment-linked insurance plans are a useful tool as they offer growth opportunities across a wide range of strategies, while also providing insurance protection.

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