Anya Wasserman

Anya Wasserman

Anya is a Research Analyst for ValueChampion who focuses on loans and investments in Singapore. Previously, she assisted global consultancies, hedge funds and private equities with primary research at a high-growth fin-tech based in London. A graduate of the University of Oxford and King's College London, Anya is currently interested in applying quantitative research to help consumers make better financial decisions.

Personal Finance
Personal Finance

5 Ways to Save on Your Divorce | ValueChampion Singapore

by Anya Wasserman on Dec 6, 2023

Getting divorced can be an emotionally and financially draining process. Follow our tips to see where you can save money.

Life Insurance
Life Insurance

Average Cost of a Funeral in SG

by Anya Wasserman on Oct 17, 2022

Though funerals can be expensive, there are ways to make it cost effective. Before you book the arrangements, read our article to see what the...

Family
Family

Average Cost of an Engagement Ring in SG

by Anya Wasserman on Oct 13, 2022

While engagement rings can seem expensive, they don't have to be. In fact, there are many affordable, high-quality diamond, sapphire, emerald & ruby engagement rings...

Home Loans
Home Loans

Home Equity Loans vs Home Loans vs Personal Loans

by Anya Wasserman on Oct 5, 2022

Need some help distinguishing between home equity loans, home loans and personal loans? Use our guide to help you figure out which is best for...

Personal Loans
Personal Loans

Getting a Loan During Financial Hardship

by Anya Wasserman on Oct 4, 2022

Are you experiencing financial hardship but want to get a personal loan? This in-depth guide will walk you through your options.

Loans
Loans

Multiply Capital SME Loan Review - Credit Card Review | ValueChampion Singapore

by Anya Wasserman on Jun 29, 2022

Are Multiply Capital's loan's products the right tools for you? Read our review to find out!

Credit Cards
Credit Cards

Buy-Now, Pay-Later Plans in Singapore: Are They Worth It?

by Anya Wasserman on Mar 2, 2022

With Buy-Now, Pay-Later (BNPL) plans, one can buy on credit, making low or no interest repayment over 2-4 months. Is BNPL programmes worth it in...

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