Having spent time working for the Monetary Authority of Singapore and leading international financial institutions, I have invaluable insights into Singapore's banking laws and regulations as well as the global banking scene. I spent a number of years working in-house at Scotiabank and Credit Suisse where I advised on the legal aspects of investment and private banking product development, transactions and documentation. At the Monetary Authority of Singapore, where I was senior legal counsel, I was involved in the calibration and drafting of Singapore's banking laws and regulations, as well as in the development of the wealth management, intermediaries and trust industry in Singapore. In 2009, I was appointed as the Asian regional director for the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) International Court of Arbitration and ICC Dispute Resolution Service. In that role, I was responsible for promoting the ICC's dispute resolution services throughout South and East Asia and Australasia. I was later appointed managing director of the ICC Academy and was responsible for setting up its operations and eLearning platform. In 2018, I was appointed onto the ICC Commission on Arbitration and ADR.I am fluent in Chinese as well as English.