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Hsuan Chen

EY Asia-Pacific Sell and Separate Leader

Dedicated to providing the most effective and practical solutions to complex integration and carveout cases. Outdoor sports enthusiast.

Hsuan has more than two decades of transaction experience in Asia-Pacific, the US and Europe, with more than a decade in China.

Hsuan is experienced in large-scale and complex JV formation, integration and divestiture projects with a specific focus in operation, such as carveout operational assessment, pre-deal operational due diligence, post-deal integration and operational optimization.

She has acted as a senior advisor on hundreds of deals supporting the clients to better manage capital and realize growth ambitions in the ecosystem. She has served numerous multinational corporations to execute global-scale and inbound deals, and Chinese state-owned enterprises and private-owned enterprises for their domestic and outbound transactions.

Her transaction experience includes leading the Asia-Pacific PMO for the global separation and sale of a performance coatings business, advising a US pharmaceutical company and a leading advanced manufacturer in their landmark acquisitions in China.

Hsuan holds a master’s degree in Actuarial Sciences from Boston University.

How Hsuan is building a better working world

Hsuan is passionate about promoting equal opportunities for the underprivileged. She has a charity fund for kids from impoverished areas of China to be able to complete primary school and continue to secondary education.

She is a fervent advocate for workplace diversity and inclusiveness, and a strong supporter of encouraging female colleagues to take on leadership roles.

Hsuan also takes tremendous interest in encouraging an environmentally conscious workplace, through promoting eco-friendly culture and practices among the employees, and driving programs to minimize resource consumption.

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