Hsieh Fu Hua
Hsieh Fu Hua
Mr Hsieh Fu Hua serves on the boards of a number of non-profit and business organisations. He chairs the National University of Singapore, the National University Health System, and the National Gallery Singapore. He is currently also a member of the National Research Foundation’s Research, Innovation and Enterprise Council.
He is active in the social sector and founded BinjaiTree, a privately-run charity that is keenly engaged in mental health, the arts and social services. He co-founded Caregivers Alliance Ltd, Resilience Collective Ltd, Shared Services for Charities and Tri-Sector Associates. He was President of the National Council of Social Service from August 2012 to July 2018.
In business, Mr Hsieh is the Chairman of ACR Capital Holdings Pte Ltd and adviser to the PrimePartners Group, which he co-founded. He is a board director of GIC Private Limited and Grab Holdings Inc.
Mr Hsieh started his career in merchant banking and capital markets in 1974 when he joined Morgan Grenfell Asia Holdings upon graduation, eventually rising to head the organisation. He subsequently served as Group Managing Director of BNP Prime Peregrine Group Hong Kong, CEO of Singapore Exchange, President of Temasek Holdings, Chairman of Tiger Airways Holdings and Chairman of United Overseas Bank.
Mr Hsieh is an alumnus of the NUS Business School.