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Head of Group Finance

Narisa Chanyasak

Narisa has almost 10 years of experience in Finance and Accounting working in the City of London.

She started her career with PwC working alongside private and public sector clients where she gained her accounting and audit qualifications before moving on to Barclays to develop her financial and regulatory reporting knowledge.

Prior to joining Apis, Narisa was at Principal Global Investors, managing the finance function for their European operations covering financial/tax/regulatory reporting, planning and analysis, transaction and capital adequacy reviews, for a range of funds and legal entities as well as championing system improvement projects and assisting boutique investment firms to transition pre/post acquisition.

Narisa enjoys CrossFit as the sport helps to keep her energy levels up. She was appointed Barry’s Bootcamp Corporate Ambassador for their new studio in 2020. In addition to her love for fitness, she enjoys baking and learning about wildlife on her travels.


Bangkok. Thailand

Areas of expertise

Banking, Asset Management, Charities

Currently located

London, UK


English, Thai

Prior Experience

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Areas of focus at Apis

Group Finance

What would the trip of a lifetime be for you?

Island hopping in the Galapagos as the islands house some of the most exotic animals on the planet and were also the location where Charles Darwin developed his theories on evolution and adaptation.

What are your favourite hobbies?

Besides work, my main hobby is CrossFit which involves Olympic weightlifting, gymnastics skills, metabolic conditioning and strength training - a lot of fun basically.

How did your background prepare you for a role at Apis?

My exposure to private and public sectors in fast-paced environments lends itself well to the ever changing landscape of technology and financial services.

Why focus on positive social impact?

My experience with charity clients and my previous role as a Global Impact Ambassador have taught me that investment management firms are in a great position to help drive social changes through investing time, money and skills in partnering with communities around the world.

Understanding their needs and working together to come up with a long term strategy can lead to long lasting positive impact on people’s lives, perhaps akin to Apis adding value to investee companies.


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