LEE Hsien Loong
Mr Lee Hsien Loong has been Singapore’s Prime Minister since 2004.
Mr Lee was first elected Member of Parliament in 1984, and has since been re-elected seven times, most recently in 2015 as an MP for the Ang Mo Kio Group Representation Constituency.
Earlier, Mr Lee served in the Ministries of Trade and Industry and of Defence, and was Minister for Finance, Chairman of the Monetary Authority of Singapore, and Deputy Prime Minister.
As Prime Minister, he launched SkillsFuture to support Singaporeans in embracing lifelong learning and skills, and the Smart Nation initiative to use technology to create a future of better living, more opportunities and stronger communities. Mr Lee also chairs GIC – Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund, and the Research, Innovation and Enterprise Council – an international panel to oversee Singapore’s major effort in promoting R&D.
Mr Lee was born on 10 February 1952. He studied at the University of Cambridge, graduating with a BA in Mathematics and a Diploma in Computer Science. He also obtained a Master in Public Administration from the Harvard Kennedy School.
PM Lee will be speaking at Business China Awards Presentation and Closing Gala Dinner.