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The pace of change and increasingly disruptive factors impacting private clients mean they need trusted business advisors now more than ever.

Suwin Lee

EMEIA EY Private Leader; Transaction Tax Partner, Ernst & Young LLP

Trusted business advisor specializing in Tax restructuring. Passionate about helping private businesses thrive and achieve their ambition.

Areas of focus IPO Family enterprise
Office London, GB

Suwin Lee is the EMEIA EY Private Leader. As an advisor to ambitious CEOs, owners and entrepreneurs of leading private, fast-growth and family enterprises, she also currently leads the UKI Restructuring Tax practice and the global Restructuring Tax network, specializing in global and pan-European restructurings, insolvencies and entity rationalization projects.

EY Private encompasses our flagship entrepreneurship program, EY Entrepreneur Of The YearTM, which runs in over 50 countries worldwide; the Entrepreneurial Winning Women program, targeting female founders; and a focus on private clients, family enterprise, start-ups and IPO-bound companies.

Suwin started her career in Australia in 1996, specializing in Tax. She joined EY in 2001 and is now a London-based partner, with over 24 years’ experience in corporate tax, and working cross border with middle-market Private Equity and credit funds.

Suwin earned a BCom and a LLB from the University of Queensland.

How Suwin is building a better working world

“I have led the tax advice on complex and high-profile insolvencies and assisted in a number of turnarounds where businesses have been restructured. In addition, I work with private equity houses and credit funds and continue to unlock the ambitions of EY’s private clients.

I am responsible for bringing together the right teams to assist Chinese and UK clients who invest or trade cross-border. I am helping clients to realize their full potential through my work as a trusted advisor to the ambitious.

I am a member of the Tate Members Council and have a significant interest in art and artists from developing markets.”

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