Phillip Futures chief executive Teyu Che Chern initially joined the firm's parent company PhillipCapital back in January 1998. He soon found himself knee-deep in a baptism of fire in the form of the Asian financial crisis.
Back then, Mr Teyu was a young gun of 24 when the crisis hit. He recalled the fear that was in the air.
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