Raffles Family Office (RFO) has appointed Zann Kwan as chief investment officer and managing partner of Revo Digital Family Office, and Rizal Wijono as a member of the independent advisory board, with immediate effect.
Revo, Asia’s first multi-family office for digital assets launched in October this year, enables ultra-high-net-worth families to access and invest in digital assets from a consolidated wealth management platform.
Kwan has close to 25 years of professional and financial services experience, nine of which dedicated to the digital assets space.
Kwan, who was most recently a member of RFO’s independent advisory board, co-founded Bitcoin Exchange, the company behind the first public bitcoin machine in Asia, as well as virtual asset service provider Deodi. Based in Singapore, Kwan will work closely with Revo’s chief executive officer Ray Tam.
Wijono was most recently with Micro Connect Group where he was a managing director in the investor relations team. He launched the firm’s private equity platform.
Wijono has 28 years of experience in the financial services industry. He will primarily assist RFO in exploring opportunities with European-based family offices looking for a gateway to Asia.
The independent advisory board is a body of external advisers that RFO created in 2021 to support the management of wealth within complex family structures and pursuit of philanthropic endeavours for clients.
Wijono will join Bruno Morel, ex-Singapore CEO of VP Bank; Christina Lau, former risk assurance partner at PricewaterhouseCooper; and David Chang, vice-chairman, Asia, at PGIM.