Harold Fock had spent 7 years as a central banker at the Monetary Authority of Singapore, where he managed the foreign exchange risks of Singapore's currency reserves, specializing in cash management and Australasia currencies. He was also seconded to The Institute of Banking and Finance where he served as CEO before joining the private sector. Harold has served in several government committees - promoting Internet businesses and fine-tuning cyberspace laws in the National Internet Advisory Committee as well as studying the impact of demographic changes in the Singapore 21 Committee. A business graduate of Nanyang Technological University (Singapore), Harold had been awarded the US William Fulbright Scholarship (Foreign Fulbright Fellows) in 1999 to study electronic-commerce in McCallum Business School in Boston and was accepted at MIT Executive Program on E-Commerce in 2001. He was also a recipient of the Tan Sri Tan Chin Tuan Foundation Scholarship in 1999 and the Hoffman Prize in Business Ethics in 2001. He is currently the CFO & Deputy CEO of a listed technology company and funding advisor to several companies.
oil painting, sci-fi movies, computers, investing, cars, building mindstorm lego robots, diving and running with my nike plus apple nano who speaks to me seductively!, x-box and pc gaming with tons of cheat codes, driving range (so i can golf alone badly)