Lena Ng

Chief Investment Officer

Amata Corporation Public Company Limited

June 8, 2.45pm - 3.45pm
Breakout Panel - Thriving Amidst the Urban Boom
Lena currently acts as the Chief Investment Officer for Amata Corporation Public Company Ltd and oversees strategic investments, mergers & acquisitions and Smart Cities development. She is also the Director of Amata Global Pte Ltd in Singapore and Board Member of STUMPF Amata Solar Co. Ltd. Lena was honored as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum in March 2014 and nominated as a Global Agenda Council Member of World Economic Forum. Prior to her current appointments, she was also the Chairperson (Audit Committee) and Board Member of the Singapore National Paralympic Council. Ms Ng was a former Singapore Diplomat (Commercial Attaché) based in Thailand and Director (ICT)/Green Programme Office of IE Singapore, an agency under Singapore Ministry of Trade and Industry. With more than 20 years of public policy and international investment, Lena’s expertise has been tapped for developing key Nation-wide masterplan and G-to-G collaboration platforms. These include Singapore-Thailand Enhanced Economic Relationship (STEER), Singapore-Tianjin Eco-city FDI Promotion, Singapore-Guangzhou Knowledge City FDI Promotion, Singapore-WorldBank Infrastructure Collaboration, APEC E-Commerce Taskforce and Singapore Logistics Masterplan. Lena is an experienced speaker and judge with past participation in many international forums such as World Economic Forum, World Bank Conference, Asia Development Bank Infrastructure Forum, Asia Industrial Estates Forum, Mobile World Congress (Barcelona). Lena started her career with leading international firms such as Standard Chartered Bank, British Telecoms Services (Asia Pacific) and Creative Labs (United States/Asia). Lena holds a Bachelor of Business Administration (Honors) from National University of Singapore. She has also completed her Executive MBA, Lean Six Sigma Black Belt and Harvard Global Leadership programme. Lena speaks fluent English, Mandarin, Thai and basic Korean.