Nothing seems to be able to rattle this petite, porcelain-skin investment broker and mother of three. She doesn’t even consider kitesurfing an extreme sport. Even with something as beyond her control as the stock market during a global pandemic, she remains unruffled by it all. Perhaps this steadiness has to do with the fact that she’s been buying stocks since she was eight with the money her father gave her (1,000 AUD) every time she got an A. More artistic and musical than academically inclined as a child, Louise eventually chose to study finance at the University of New South Wales and later got her MBA at Chulalongkorn University’s Sasin School Management. She first worked in securities marketing at Siam Commercial Bank. After her father acquired Country Group Securities (Thailand), she joined as director and chief investment officer, with her father and uncles showing her the ropes. Five years later, she left her father’s company for Triton Holding, whose most well-known construction project is the 600-kilometres-long oil pipeline, the longest in Thailand. With such soaring success in the finance world, she still hasn’t let go of her artistic side and continues to paint and play the piano when she’s free.