Yuchen Chan Joins Due Diligence Works, Inc. as Managing Director of Business Expansion
MONTCLAIR, N.J., January 28, 2019 (Newswire.com) - Due Diligence Works, Inc. (DDW) announces the addition of Yuchen Chan to the DDW Team as a Managing Director responsible for Business Expansion.
“We are excited to add Yuchen’s talents and perspective to the DDW Team. His experience in both structured investment products and the regulatory environment will be a great asset to our team and our clients,” announced Mike Freeman, President and Co-Founder of DDW.
Yuchen Chan brings 19 years of experience as a structured investment products leader on the sales and origination side working for Deutsche Bank and Rabobank in London and Landesbank in Berlin. At Rabobank, Yuchen was responsible for building the investment products business from zero to EUR 4.5 billion in notional sales with a team of 12 people. His clients included asset managers, retail banks, credit unions, pension funds, and private banks.
“Having lived through the stringent regulatory implementation of MiFID in 2004, I see many similar developments here in the US. I hope to help DDW clients better prepare for such regulations,” commented Yuchen Chan.
Jack Cramer, Co-Founder of DDW, noted: “For DDW’s BD and RIA clients, Yuchen can provide insights and real-world experiences that give clients a higher confidence level in their product management and compliance decisions.”
Yuchen has a deep understanding of investment products linked to stocks, stock indices, fixed income, mutual funds, ETF’s and hedge funds. He is fluent in Dutch, German and English and conversational in Mandarin Chinese, Wenzhou Chinese, and Spanish.
Due Diligence Works, Inc. supports RIAs and Broker-Dealers to provide:
- Ongoing Due Diligence of investments and insurance products,
- Product Shelf Management helping firms review the entire universe of products (not just platform); ensuring firms have the best products on their shelf and can prove it.
All in a variable cost and conflict fee model that can bring down cost, improve quality, and stand the test of regulatory scrutiny.
For more information, please visit www.duediligenceworks.com.
Source: Due Diligence Works