NUS BIZ Leadership Dialogue Series
Programme Synopsis

From natural gas and crude oil to biofuels, raw material prices impact economies around the world and are what give Ms Emily Chin momentum every day. Taking the unconventional route, she rose to the senior management of a major global energy company – Shell.

Join us at the Leadership Dialogue Series and hear Emily share her leadership journey, how she made good in a male-dominated industry and came to thrive in the complex and ever-shifting oil and energy sector.

Dr Sandy Lim, Associate Professor, Department of Management and Organisation, NUS Business School, will moderate the Q&A session.

When and Where

date   Tuesday, 16 October 2018
4pm – 5:30pm
(Registration starts at 3:30pm)
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date   NUS Business School
BIZ1 Room 03-07
Mochtar Riady Building
15 Kent Ridge Drive
Singapore 119245 (Map)

Dress code: Business attire

About the Speaker

Emily Chin is responsible for a global trading business spreading across three major trading hubs (London, Singapore and Houston). Graduated from NUS Business Administration with Honours, Emily began her career with Shell Eastern Petroleum in Singapore in 1992. From refinery coordination and supply to commercial trading, Emily spent her early years in Shell covering the gasoline and naphtha commodity markets with overseas stints in London and Japan.

Emily was one of the first female Asian traders in the company and moved quickly into running trading teams at a regional level in the early 2000s. In 25 years of commodity trading, Emily has managed products covering the full spectrum of oil products such as gasoline, naphtha, condensates and middle distillates. Her experience goes beyond commodity trading and into strategy and portfolio within Shell. She also worked briefly for Morgan Stanley as a Vice President for Middle Distillates.

Married with two young sons, Emily still finds time to pursue her hobbies which include travelling, cooking for friends and loved ones and playing mommy with the boys when she is not on the road.

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