Shirley Crystal Chua
An enterprising visionary, Shirley Crystal brings with her a high level of asset management expertise as well as a comprehensive awareness of the needs of high net-worth individuals and companies. She leads a talented team, providing world-class services to clients.
Known for her strong business acumen and charisma, Shirley Crystal also spearheads Golden Equator Capital’s Private Equity Fund Management arm, which is focused on investing in companies with expansion capabilities and strong growth potential. The team shares their robust networks, international knowledge, and expertise in various areas to help each portfolio investment company grow strategically into a global player. The deep involvement in business strategies and operational and technological competences add value to companies, generating strong and sustainable returns for all shareholders.
With substantial experience in asset management advisory, Shirley Crystal also guides international businesses on global trends, strategic directions, and ways to bridge business gaps. She has exhibited an exceptional ability to master the art of business architecture, charting out the course of companies at different stages of growth, in line with their respective corporate strategies. An agent of change, she uses her sound understanding of business principles and concepts to establish and maintain organisational effectiveness.
Shirley Crystal was previously a Director at Citibank Singapore, handling high net-worth clients from Asia and Europe, as well as mentoring new bankers and supervising a team of experienced relationship managers. During her time there, she received numerous awards for her outstanding performance and contributions to the company. She was instrumental in the establishment of the Bank’s branch at Paragon, Singapore.
Shirley Crystal started her career at American Express International, where she led a team in the area of marketing and channel distribution. She graduated from National University of Singapore with a Bachelor of Arts and Social Sciences, majoring in Economics and Southeast Asian Studies.