Exchange-Traded Funds
An exchange-traded fund, or ETF, is a collective investment scheme that invests in a basket of stocks, bonds, commodities, or other securities to mirror that performance of a particular index. ETFs are unique as they can be traded like a common stock on the stock exchange – and also experience price changes throughout the day as they are bought and sold.

TradePlus by AHAM Capital
was conceived in November 2017 as part of the company’s strategic thrust into the passive investment space through ETFs.

This stemmed from a commitment to enhance our product offerings and provide a broader suite of solutions to investors looking for an alternative entry point – that is cost effective – to gain exposure in varying markets and indices.

Through TradePlus, we intend to propel ETF solutions to better meet varying investment needs and complement the core portfolio of investors across the nation.
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Managing Director
Teng Chee Wai is the founder of Affin Hwang Asset Management Berhad (Affin Hwang AM). Over the past decade, he has built the Company to be the fastest growing and only independent investment management house in Malaysia’s top three, with an excess of RM47 billion in assets under management as at 31 December 2018.​

​In his capacity as Managing Director / Executive Director, Teng manages the overall business and strategic direction as well as the management of the investment team. His hands-on approach sees him actively involved in investments, product development and marketing. Teng’s critical leadership and regular participation in reviewing and assessing strategies and performance has been pivotal in allowing the Company to successfully navigate the economically turbulent decade.

Teng’s investment management experience spans more than 20 years, and his key area of expertise is in managing absolute return mandates for insurance assets and investment-linked funds in both Singapore and Malaysia. Prior to his current appointments, he was the Assistant General Manager (Investment) of Overseas Assurance Corporation (OAC) and was responsible for the investment function of the Group Overseas Assurance Corporation Ltd.​

​Teng began his career in the financial industry as an Investment Manager with NTUC Income, Singapore. He is a Bachelor of Science graduate from the National University of Singapore and has a Post-Graduate Diploma in Actuarial Studies from City University in London.
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