Our Approach



Advising business and public sector leaders on strategic challenges



Achieving results and growth by serving the right mix of strategic direction and operational execution



Transforming organisations through strategy, public policy and data analytics learning programmes


Launch of the Future-Moves Academy

The Future-Moves Academy was launched on 17 January 2018 by His Excellency Guillaume Kavaruganda, High Commissioner of the Republic of Rwanda.

[email protected]: Highlights.Outcomes.People (JAN 2018)

The second half of 2017 has been exciting and eventful for the Future-Moves Group.

Lee Kok Fatt appointed as Executive Director of Future-Moves Group

Future-Moves Group is proud to announce that Mr Lee Kok Fatt has transitioned to his position as Executive Director effective 1 January 2018.

In his new role, Mr Lee will take on a bigger responsibility in guiding our young company's growth, and will be more involved in its management decisions.

SICC Post-Budget 2018 Breakfast Talk

Corporate activism to responsibly provide reasoned feedback and make policy recommendations is critical to informed policy formulation.
Today's post-Budget breakfast talk organised by SICC was a fine example of experienced corporate players taking the lead in promoting active and responsible discussion.

Post-Budget 2018 Breakfast Talk moderated by Mr. Devadas Krishnadas

Join FMG's CEO Mr. Devadas Krishnadas as he moderates the SICC Post-Budget breakfast talk together with the panel of expert speakers at Ocean Financial Centre on 27 February 2018.

Pre-Budget 2018 Discussion with Mr. Lee Kok Fatt

Our Executive Director, Mr. Lee Kok Fatt will be sharing his insights on Budget 2018 and Singapore’s current and future fiscal challenges.

Today Online: “Developing resilience in a year of fragile growth”

Mr Lee looks back on our economy's growth in 2017 and provides insights into Singapore economic prospects for 2018 and how we must continue to develop resilience to hedge against unexpected shocks.

Today Online: “When it is not enough for SMRT to apologise for breakdowns”

FMG Director Mr Lee Kok Fatt's article was published in TODAYOnline on Friday 27 October.

In the article, Mr Lee wrote about the aftermath of the flooding incident on the North-South Line. Singaporeans had felt that SMRT was quick to place blame on the maintenance team, and not have their bosses take responsibility for the breakdown.

TODAY Online: “Getting the balance right on EP”

An effective check no more?

In the 17th October edition of the TODAY newspaper, FMG Director Lee Kok Fatt weighs in on the big-picture questions underlying the recent Elected Presidency (EP).

Real World Impact



Unlocking the power of data to generate insights for better public policy



Igniting growth for Secondary Cities in Rwanda



Increasing the awareness & appreciation of Standards for SPRING Singapore


How decision makers can prepare for an uncertain future.