The Business Families Institute at Singapore Management University (BFI@SMU) has launched the BFI@SMU Research Report on “The Growing Ecosystem of Wealth Management in Singapore: Lenses on the External Asset Manager”. The report, believed to be the first of its kind, is one of the thought leadership pieces supported by a research grant from Sino Suisse Capital Pte Ltd on emerging investment strategies of business families targeted at building capabilities for the external asset management industry in Singapore. Principal Investigator of the research report, Mandy Tham, SMU Assistant Professor of Finance (Education), Academic Director of the Master of Science in Wealth Management programme, and Sino Suisse Fellow highlighted the incredible potential for growth in the External Asset Manager (EAM) sector. Academic Director of Business Families Institute; V3 Group Fellow in Family Entrepreneurship and SMU Assistant Professor of Strategic Management Kenneth Goh delivered the opening and closing remarks. He shared that based on the survey findings of this research and the newly launched Family Office Professionals Skills Map, the institute will be rolling out new IBF Accredited courses to support the needs of the industry.