Our core values will guide us in everything we do.
To return investing in precious metals to tangible and physical means, free of derivatives by providing an independent market making system based on spot prices for gold and silver.
The Corporate Governance Committee ensures transparency and good corporate governance of the Exchange. The committee will review and approve the external auditors' reports, and are tasked to ensure the integrity of the Management Team of SGPMX as well as to uphold the highest ethical standards.
The Education & Outreach Committee will be tasked to create precious metals advocacy programs designed to educate and promote physical bullion as the trusted method of wealth storage and to return the luminance of bullion in the eyes of investors. The education is also aimed at assisting children and young adults to achieve an appropriate level of financial literacy with an underlying focus on precious metals.
The Social Responsibility Committee is tasked to identify and run programs that give back to society. A foundation was established to provide opportunities to underprivileged children such as education.
James Sinclair is a precious metals specialist, commodities and foreign currency trader. He was the Chief Executive Officer of Northwestern Basemetals Company Limited since 2012. He has authored three books on precious metals, trading strategies and geopolitical events, and their relationship to world economics and the markets. James Sinclair is also the Executive Chairman of SGPMX.
Dato’ Yusli Yusoff was the CEO of Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (Bursa Malaysia Berhad) from 2004 until 2011. Currently, he sits as an Independent Non-Executive Director on the Board of Directors of a few public listed companies, including YTL Power International Berhad, Mulpha International Berhad, Mudajaya Group Berhad, Air Asia X Berhad and Westports Holdings Berhad.
From career diplomat to entrepreneur, Michael Tay displays the energy and creativity to stay relevant in changing times and to initiate “big ideas” that lead to transformative changes. In 2006, as the Singapore Ambassador to Russia, he initiated the Russia-Singapore Business Forum, which became the only global business platform to which Russians and CIS businessmen congregated in significant numbers. He led it for 8 years, growing the forum to over 1000 businessmen from more than 40 countries and transforming the nature of relations between Russia/CIS and Singapore. Michael Tay has held various leadership positions, including as Executive Director of the regional organization APEC (Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation); Director-General of ASEAN-Singapore. For his significant contribution to the cultural ties between Russia and Singapore, he was awarded the Pushkin Medal in 2011 by the Russian President. In 2005, he had commissioned a major Russian composer to compose a symphony called “SINGAPORE”, which fundamentally changed perceptions of Singapore in Russia. He continues to harness the transformational power of the arts. He is a Founder of SingJazz, an annual international jazz festival in Singapore and has established the Foundation for The Arts and Social Enterprise which acts like a venture capitalist in the arts space.
Dato’ Raymond Liew is the President of McMillan Woods Global, an independent member firm of McMillan Woods Global network. He is also a Trustee of the Malaysian Accountancy Research & Education Foundation and is a Council member of the Chartered Taxation Institute of Malaysia (CTIM).
Ranjit Singh is a general litigator with vast experience and appears regularly in the High Court and Federal Court of Malaysia. Besides representing and advising public listed companies and professionals, Ranjit also acts as counsel to the Malaysian Bar’s compulsory insurance scheme.