Passionate about investing

Health & Education

8 February 2012

This week I had the privilege to catch up with Tutiyaporn Nitichai, Operations Manager for Broadgate Financial.  She is responsible for the overall running of the office and the daily operations of the company – internally Tutiyaporn is known as Boss Pu.

Q:  What projects are you currently working on?

A:  There are 2 main projects I am currently working on. The first one is getting an SEC approval for Broadgate Advisory. SEC is the finance regulator in Thailand. Strictly speaking, if anyone wants to open a financial consultancy firm in Thailand, it is required to get a proper certificate from the SEC. This is to ensure the proper operation and the ethics of the firm in which it complies to the regulation. Obtaining a license will bring a huge benefit to our clients as it proves that we are really sincere to our client and they are fully protected by the local regulator. The second project is to improve productivity in operation of the firm to offer client better service.

Q:  Where do you see Broadgate at the end of this year?

A:  We have 3 promising philosophies of the firm – world class service, flexibility and transparency. I wish to see Broadgate achieve what we have promised.  If we can make those philosophies fully happen, success will not be far, I would think.

Q:  What have you invested in and why?

A:  The fundamental but most of my favorite one are health and education. They are proved that they always bring great values to me and everyone around me.  Education brings broad experiences and health brings everything.

Q:  What are you passionate about?

A:  I am passionate about Thai lakorn (Thai series) especially those with history as main plot.  I particularly like the costumes and set designs.

Q:  What are your thoughts on the thai economy?

A:  Let’s say I have 100 THB in my pocket today. By tomorrow it will  be finished although I’m a frugal one. Only pay for transportation, breakfast, lunch plus some snacks.

Q:  What do you enjoy doing in your spare time?

A:  Watching Thai Lakorn (dramatic television series).  Lakorns are usually shown every night at primetime on Thai television channels and start 20:30.  (Usually around 2 hours long).

Simon Osborne

Chief Brand Officer