Frank Troise

Head of Innovation, Synpulse Management Consulting

Frank Troise

Head of Innovation, Synpulse Management Consulting

Biography

Frank is one of Asia’s leading strategic voices and investment commentators. He is a regular co-host and commentator on CNBC’s The RunDown with Akiko Fujita and Dan Murphy, and has been named one of Asia’s FinTech 100 and one of the top 30 FinTech influencers in Singapore.

He is the Head of Innovation at Synpulse Management Consulting, a global management consulting firm with a focus on financial service companies.

Based in Singapore and Palo Alto, Frank heads the innovation practice for Synpulse’s banking, wealth management, digital advice, and asset management clients. Frank leads this effort in both the Asian and European markets leading innovation and new product development, crafting and operating product platforms and implementing advisory frameworks across multiple jurisdictions.

Frank and his team are in charge of the selection, on-boarding, monitoring and distribution of platform products, which span SMAs, mutual funds, long only funds, UCITS, alternatives, offshore hedge funds, exchange traded funds (ETFs), private equity and real estate offerings.

He has developed and built third party fund and Separately Managed Accounts (SMAs) platforms and is responsible for the end to end advisory/management of those platforms to deliver investment solutions for Synpulse’s global clients.

Frank has over twenty five years of experience managing multi-billion dollar portfolios for corporations, endowments, foundations, and high net worth individuals. Mr. Troise’s research, work op-eds, and career have been published in The Economist, Institutional Investor, The Wall Street Journal, Barrons, The Sacramento Bee, The Pacific Coast Business Times, Noozhawk, Derivatives Weekly, Pension & Investments, and Investment News. He is a frequent commentator and co-host on CNBC’s The RunDown with anchor Akiko Fujita, and provides market strategy on Squawk on the Street, Capital Connection, The New Retirement Series, Power Lunch, and Street Signs.

He received his B.S. in Managerial Economics from Carnegie Mellon University and his MBA in Finance from New York University.