Read the latest insights from Tricor's executives.
September 29, 2021 - Hong Kong Business Review
Rapid digitisation against the backdrop of the global pandemic has forced businesses in Hong Kong to reimagine products, business lines, and operations.
Tricor’s newly developed Digital Client Portal allows clients to manage their businesses across multiple countries and to interact with Tricor digitally. It provides clients with a secure, encrypted, globally accessible platform that’s available 24/7.
Lennard Yong, Group CEO of Tricor Group, and Adam Stuckert, Group Chief Digital Officer of Tricor Group, share the features and benefits of Tricor’s Digital Client Portal with Hong Kong Business.
Above: Excerpt from the interview. Please refer to this link to view the article at Hong Kong Business Review.
September 29, 2021 - Singapore Business Review
Rapid digitisation against the backdrop of the global pandemic has forced businesses in Singapore to reimagine products, business lines, and operations.
Combining advanced software algorithms with Tricor’s expertise, it verifies each transaction against current regulations. Warnings and alerts are issued when necessary and the platform updates data automatically to mitigate risk.
Lennard Yong, Group CEO of Tricor Group, and Adam Stuckert, Chief Digital Officer of Tricor Group, share the features and benefits of Tricor’s Digital Client Portal with Singapore Business Review.
Above: Excerpt from the interview. Please refer to this link to view the article at Singapore Business Review.
September 22, 2021 - Sinchew.com.my
The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) Agreement is anticipated to come into force from 2022. The world's largest regional trade agreement will serve as a pivotal tool to accelerate access into regional markets and mitigate interruptions to supply chains.
Tricor Group CEO Lennard Yong was invited by The Chinese Chamber of Commerce & Industry of Kuala Lumpur & Selangor (KLSCCCI) in Malaysia to share his insights in the ‘RCEP – From ASEAN and Beyond’ webinar on how RCEP will affect businesses in ASEAN and how your business stands to benefit.
Lennard said, “The member countries of the trade agreement can open up the international market and align the adoption of regional rules. Besides, there will be a shift and diversification of supply chains, which multinational corporations will choose to carry out economic and trade activities in the RCEP member countries, whilst trading countries will have more opportunities collaborating with the world’s major countries. Small and medium-sized enterprises will then be able to overcome existing barriers and leverage the burgeoning opportunities.”
Above: Excerpt from the interview. Please refer to this link to view the article at sinchew.com.my (only available in Chinese).
September 17, 2021 - HSBC VisionGo
In 2020, Mainland China became the largest source of foreign direct investment for Malaysia. However, many challenges have been exacerbated by the pandemic, such as the requirement of signing certain contracts and opening a bank account in person.
Yeap Kok Leong, CEO and Managing Director of Tricor Malaysia / Labuan shared his insights with HSBC VisionGo regarding the opportunities for businesses in mainland China looking to expand their operations into Malaysia during COVID-19.
Above: Excerpt from the interview. Please refer to this link to view the article in HSBC VisionGo.
September 3, 2021 - Focus Malaysia
As the fiscal deficit has widened due to the various spending programmes needed to combat the pandemic, there has to be a five to seven-year plan to rebuild and enhance the tax revenue structure with clear milestones to introduce specific changes.
Dr. Veerinderjeet Singh, Non-Executive Chairman of Tricor Malaysia shared his insights with Focus Malaysia regarding the 2022 Pre-Budget Statement (PBS) proposed by the Malaysian Government to enhance Malaysia's national budget preparation transparency.
Above: Excerpt from the interview. Please refer to this link to view the article in Focus Malaysia.