Our mission is to inform, connect, and inspire professionals and companies with a shared interest in Dutch business.
We provide a platform for our members to share and showcase their knowledge, skills, values and expertise through a large variety of business and social activities.
ADB-DutchCham has a membership of 20 Orange members (mostly large multinationals), 100+ Corporate members and 350+ Individual members, which results in an outreach to 800+ professionals. Together with our partner Dutch Drinks (casual events for Young Professionals) we target the entire Dutch business community as well as those with connections to it.
The Fry Group has been helping people make the most of their money for more than a century. Tax-led financial advice remains the cornerstone of our business for British expatriates living in Singapore. From our office in Battery Road our team of helpful experts are here to listen, understand your needs and circumstances and make all aspects of dealing with your finances simple, straightforward and effective. Our heritage in helping British expatriates is long and assured. Established in 1898 by Wilfred T. Fry, The Fry Group carved out a business by helping those living overseas recover tax. Wilfred managed the Company until 1946 and also served as a Lieutenant Colonel during World War 1. The Fry family still retains an interest in the business today. We have a strong presence in Singapore having worked with clients in the area since the 1960s, with our office here opening in 2001. Our team of advisers in Singapore has helped hundreds of individuals with all aspects of financial planning – from setting up complex UK tax mitigation structures and ensuring a valid UK Will is in place to managing a range of investment portfolios, both on and offshore.
For more information please contact us on +(65) 6225 0825 or email@example.com.
Shell is an international energy company that aims to meet the world’s growing need for more and cleaner energy solutions in ways that are economically, environmentally and socially responsible.
Our strategy is to strengthen our position as a leading energy company by providing oil and gas and low-carbon energy as the world’s energy system changes. Safety and social responsibility are fundamental to our business approach.
Shell has been in Singapore since 1891. Today, Shell continues to be a major player in the energy and petrochemicals sector, in areas such as manufacturing, trading, gas, chemicals, retail, lubricants, aviation, marine and bitumen.
With Shell’s world-class manufacturing plants on Pulau Bukom and Jurong Island to its international trading and treasury operations, Singapore is an important hub for Shell in Asia Pacific. Global Commercial, one of Shell’s global businesses, is headquartered in Singapore.