About The Author

Dato' Eu

Dato Eu Hong Chew is .......

He was formerly on the Board of i-Berhad from 1999 till 2020 and was educated at the Royal Military College (RMC). 

Dato' Eu has been associated with Sumurwang and its Group of Companies (Sumurwang Group) as its Chief Executive with many years of experience including charting the path for Sumurwang's manufacturing arm, firstly under Dreamland Holdings Berhad and its subsequent venture into the steel business and the acquisition of i-Berhad 

Prior to joining the Sumurwang Group, he was with PA Management Consulting as a Consultant for 10 years where he was also appointed as the Director of Studies for the Cranfield PA MBA Programme in Malaysia.

He is a self-taught value investor and has been investing in Bursa Malaysia and SGX companies from a value investment perspective for more than 15 years.  Prior to this, he would consider himself a "speculator" in the Graham context. 

His value investment experience has been enhanced by both: 
  • His contacts with controlling shareholders of many Bursa listed companies

These have given him a unique opportunity to be able to analyze and value companies differently from other research houses in the region.

He has tapped into his experience in running companies as well his Board experience to develop practical and simple ways to tackle the 2 challenges that many retail investors faced:
  • How to analyze and value companies.
  • How to identify and mitigate risks from a permanent loss of capital perspective

This blog is to ensure that the "know-how" can be "handed down" when his grandchildren are old enough to invest. 



If you need to get in touch with me, you can email i4valueasia@gmail.com

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