Andrew J. Gan
Independent Director
Philippine Stock Exchange

60, Mr. Gan was elected to the Board of Directors of the Philippine Stock Exchange as an Independent Director in August 2023. He Chairs the Audit Committee and is a member of the Investment, Risk Management, Nominations and Election and Capital Markets Development Committees. Mr. Gan was appointed by the President of the Republic of the Philippines to the Board of Directors of Maharlika Investment Corporation/Fund as an Independent Director in December 2023. Maharlika is the Philippines’ Sovereign Wealth Fund.

At MIC he chairs the Investment Committee and is a member of the Audit, Risk Management and Related Party Transactions Committees. Mr. Gan was elected to the Board of Directors of Capital Markets Integrity Corporation in May 2014. At CMIC he chairs the Audit and Special Projects Committees. He is also founder and principal of Beacon Holdings Inc., an independent financial advisory firm which he founded in 1998. From 2000 to the present Mr. Gan has invested in and been involved with various businesses including Fifi L’Amour, a sparkling wine business ; Nuovo Moda, the Philippine franchisee of the Italian fashion group Stefanel in partnership with the SM group; Globo Land Development in partnership with the Madrigal-Vazquez family as well as private equity work in Cambodia in partnership with the Cambodia Fund.

Mr. Gan began his banking career at Citibank in 1985 as a management trainee and in 1987 went on to set up and run the Philippine office of the Private Banking and Investment Management Group of Manufacturers Hanover Trust Company and its successor banks Chemical Bank and Chase Manhattan through to 1996. He subsequently served as an Advisor to Pictet & Cie Banquiers. Concurrent to his stint at MHT Gan taught in the Business Management Department of the Ateneo de Manila University. Mr. Gan graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 1985 with a BBA in Finance and Business Economics with honours. He graduated from Xavier School in 1981. In 2000 he began an MSc in Public Policy and Management at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.