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Ian Pryor

78 Shenton Way #06-01 Singapore 079120

 

Ian Pryor is a trust worthy financial planner providing expert financial advice to expatriates and high net worth individuals in Singapore and Asia. A Singapore Permanent Resident, Ian has been in Asia for over a decade and has a wealth of experience in financial services.  Professionally he is highly qualified in numerous jurisdictions including Singapore, Hong Kong and the UK.  As such he can advise across all areas of economics, finance, financial planning and portfolio management, making him one of the region’s top and most complete financial advisers.

 

Ian is also keen on charity work and philanthropy and his family has their own charitable foundation, The Pryor Foundation, focusing on helping disabled and under privileged children.  He spearheads a lot of IPP’s Corporate Social Responsibility and is involved in numerous charitable projects around the world.

 

Out of the office Ian is a social golfer and tennis player and likes the challenge of endurance sports having completed a number of marathons and a 50km trail run. His love for the outdoors and testing his personal boundaries extends to mountains and he has successfully summited Mount Kilimanjaro (the world’s tallest freestanding mountain) and Mount Elbrus (the highest point in Europe).  He also enjoys travelling, food, wine, cigars and whiskey.  Ian is interested in horology and is an avid watch collector.  

EXPERTISE
 
  • CPF Investments

  • Medisave & Medishield

  • SRS Investments

  • Multi-Currency Wealth Management

  • Alternative Investments

  • Stocks, bonds & Structured Products

  • ETFs

  • Written Financial Plans

  • UK Tax Planning Solutions

  • Investments for US non-residents

  • Retirement Planning

  • University and school fee planning

  • Life Insurance

  • Health Insurance

  • Legacy & Estate Planning

  • Corporate Pensions

  • Australian Tax Planning Solutions

QUALIFICATIONS
 

MAS Appointed Representative No. IJP100060850

 

Capital Markets & Financial Advisory Services Singapore – Singapore College of Insurance:

M5 – Rules & Regulations for Financial Advisory Services

M8 – Collective Investment Schemes

M8a – Collective Investment Schemes II

M9 – Life Insurance & Investment-linked Policies

M9a – Life Insurance & Investment-linked Policies II

HI – Health Insurance

 

Capital Markets & Financial Advisory Services Singapore – The Institute of Banking & Finance Singapore:

M6 – Securities Products & Analysis

M6a – Securities & Futures Product Knowledge

 

BA(Hons) Economics

ChFC Level 1 (Financial Planning & Investments) - Singapore College of Insurance

International Certificate in Wealth Management – Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (UK)

Securities & Futures Regulation – Hong Kong Securities Institute

Regulation of Securities – Hong Kong Securities Institute

EXPERIENCE
 

Private Client Advisory Stock Broker

Hoodless Brennan PLC

2005 - 2006

London

Institutional Equity Sales

 

DBS Vickers Securities

2005 - 2005

London

Managing Partner, Expat Advisory  (Singapore)

 

IPP Financial Advisers Pte Ltd

2008 - Present

Singapore

Business Coordinator and Advisor

 

Inter Alliance International

2006 - 2008

Singapore

CLIENT TESTIMONIALS
 

Ian is professional, comprehensive and really takes the time to understand your investment needs. We've been working together for almost a year, and what I really love is his proactive, innovative approach to investments. I highly recommend working with him.

Pete Nuchanatanon, Head of YouTube Subscriptions Marketing, APAC - Google

Singapore

I have known Ian Pryor professionally for a period of 4 years. During this time, Ian has provided me valuable insight, financial advice and looked after my portfolio with the impeccable professionalism and integrity. I have no hesitation endorsing Ian for his unique skill set and talents. He is an asset and credit to IPP Financial Advisers. 

Lionel Tay, Partner - Rajah & Tann

Singapore

Ian has been helping me for 9 years with pre retirement planning and the associated investment management whilst I lived in Singapore and in the last year transitioning back to the UK and post retirement planning. He continues to support my investment management needs now that I am based in the UK with the aid of technology, even though face to face contact is now more limited. Ian is knowledgeable, thoughtful and a good listener as well as being organised and responsive.

Christopher Allen, Principal - KPMG

Singapore

Ian is switched on, reliable and provides clear, concise and very helpful advice. He is responsive, proactive and has been a great help. He takes a long view and invests in the relationship.

 

Emmanuel Hadjidakis, Chair of the Global Acquisition Finance Committee - Baker McKenzie Wong & Leow

Singapore

"Ian, many thanks for all the help and advice over the years, it's a refreshing change from past advisers I've seen. I believe it's my turn to buy you lunch next time!"  

Duncan Martin, Managing Director - ASC Chartering Pte Ltd

Singapore

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MY BLOG
 

Will the bull market continue or is this the start of the bear market?

March 20, 2018

2017 saw the the S&P 500 return +21.80% and the start of this year, the raging bull continued on up. However, the upward surge was abruptly interrupted at the end of January after hitting a high on the 26th. We saw a couple of -4% trading days and a very quick correction in the markets occurred. Since then we've seen continued volatility and no clear signs as to whether there would be the resumption of the bull run or more losses to come. So is this just a correction or is the bear market beginning?

What has historically happened to the S&P 500 after a 4% one day drop? Is this a correction or will things get worse for global stocks?

February 17, 2018

Warren Buffett once said "What we learn from history is that people don't learn from history". He was referring to fear and greed and the most common mistake repeated consistently - thinking that "this time it's different"! So is it different this time? I'm not sure that's the right question at this particular moment in time. As I wrote in my 2018 market outlook back in January, there are lots of positives in the world and economic data is strong, however a correction was very much needed. 

We're Getting old! - What Singapore can learn from the developed  world

The peace of mind at knowing that you have started saving for your future is nice and the sooner you start to save, the sooner it can start to grow.

1 day to go - Who will win & what will be the impact on your investments?

To quote Donald Rumsfeld, the former US defence secretary: “There are known knowns. These are things that we know. There are known unknowns. That is to say, there are things that we know we don’t know. But there are also unknown unknowns. These are things we don’t know we don’t know.”

What exactly are Greece's reform proposals?

Will the Greeks be using the Euro or the Drachma?  We will have a clearer picture tomorrow.  Let's have a quick look though at the proposals put forward by Greece, and what's the difference compared to the previous ones? Manage Items.

Greece defaulted on its payments back to the IMF and joined the ranks of Zimbabwe and Sudan, and its European bailout expired.  Not a great day!  The failed payment of $1.7 billion to the global lender of last resort meant that Greece became the first advanced economy to default.  Alexis Tsipras, the Greek Premier called for a referendum, to be held on 5th July on further budget cuts and austerity proposals.

US GDP grows 3.9% in Q3 - are rate hikes now imminent?

The US economy beat analyst expectations and grew more than expected in Q3. The Commerce Department had last month predicted a Q3 GDP growth rate of 3.5%, taking into account upward revisions both for consumer spending and business spending.nce's attention...

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