Lee Meng2022-06-14T11:52:23+08:00


“I see my work as a way to reflect my desire to grow, to provide and to contribute.”


Executive Financial Services Consultant

RNF No. LMX200165625
B. Business (Banking & Finance), FChFP, AFC


Something About Me…

I entered the financial services industry in 2002 straight after completing my business degree in banking and finance from Nanyang Technological University with an attitude to “try”.

Well, this attempt to “try” turned out to be a career that I’ve learnt to love.

Being a Libra, balance is very important to me and I find that balance by being a working mother. When I’m stressed at work, I think of my family and when the children (3 lovely daughters) get on my nerves, I think of my clients. It has been working very well so far!

I Specialize In…

Financial planning for women. I see my work as helping women who are pregnant, single and also those in their pre-retirement phase to clear the complexities of their financial decision making. One client remarked that I’m like a “Financial Gynae” and that to me is a compliment!

What I Like Most About Being A Financial Planner Is…

I see my work as a way to reflect my desire to grow, to provide and to contribute.

The nature of the financial planning services business gives me the opportunity to make an impact on the welfare of both an individual and the society.

If I Can Only Give One Piece Of Financial Advice, It Is…

Don’t do it yourself if you can’t afford the time and effort, even if you can understand the concepts of financial planning very well.

The cost of procrastination can often be much greater than the cost of acquiring help.

Media Interviews

CNA interview on the impact of a GST hike on individuals.  You can watch it here.

CNA interview on financial planning for caregivers.  You can watch it here.

CNA Interview on financial literacy through board games.

CNA interview on pregnancy insurance.

Lianhe Zaobao interview on estate planning for women

The Sunday Times interview on why women need to learn to invest and manage finances

Business section of The Straits Times, interview on finding ways to cope with rising home mortgage payments

Lianhe Zaobao interview on financial advice to homemakers on financial protection

Lianhe Zaobao interview on insurance planning for people in their fifties

Lianhe Zaobao interview on financial planning for women

Lianhe Zaobao interview on 5-point personal finances checklist

Lianhe Zaobao interview on early critical illness protection planning. Click HERE to read the article.

Lianhe Zaobao interview on financial planning for middle-aged women

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