Chan Ee Lin

Director, Family Enterprise Consulting

Chan Ee Lin

Level 16, Menara LGB

1, Jalan Wan Kadir

Taman Tun Dr. Ismail

Kuala Lumpur



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Ee Lin provides highly customised family business governance, trust & foundation structuring and succession planning advice to enterprise owning families in Asia Pacific. She has over 2 decades of experience in C-suite and regional positions with leading private banks as an internationally recognised trust & wealth planner and family business governance advisor to high net worth families in Asia Pacific & Middle East. A fully qualified lawyer admitted to the Singapore Bar and a trained mediator at the Singapore Mediation Centre, she holds adjunct professorships at the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and Singapore Management University (SMU) where she is a top rated lecturer at executive education and Masters programs, including at the SMU Business Families Institute and STEP Masterclass in Family Business Advising. She has also created nationally accredited diploma and MBA curricula in wealth planning and family business governance. Winner of the SMU Dean’s Teaching Honour List Top Adjunct Faculty award in 2019, Ee Lin is a frequent speaker at industry events in the region.

Prior to joining Deloitte, Ee Lin held roles such as Co-Founder of a family office services provider with an international law firm, Regional Head of Wealth Planning at Coutts private bank, CEO of Clariden Trust Company (Singapore), Global Chief of Staff & Asia Pacific Head of International Estate Planning at ABN AMRO Private Banking, and Assistant Director at the Monetary Authority of Singapore.

Ee Lin holds three degrees at Magna Cum Laude level: BA Economics (Stanford University); MBA in International Wealth Management (Carnegie Mellon University) and Doctor of Jurisprudence (SMU). She has been featured in the Citywealth Leader’s List 2019 and 2020, and in the CityWealth PowerWomen International Financial Centre Top 200 global list since 2014. She has lived and worked in Geneva, Hong Kong, Jersey, Luxembourg, Malaysia and Singapore.