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Pui Shan Lee

  • Senior Director
  • T: +86 21 2315 1000
  • F: +86 21 6352 3616
    • Unit 2101-04, Central Plaza
    • 227 Huangpi (N) Road
    • Shanghai, 200003
    • China
    • T: +86 21 2315 1000
    • F: +86 21 6352 3616

Pui Shan Lee is a Senior Director in the Strategic Communications practice of FTI Consulting and she is based in Shanghai. A proven communications specialist, she has extensive experience advising Chinese enterprises and multinationals across different industries. Her client experience has included Bright Food, China Investment Corporation, CITIC Securities, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, Bank of Communications, China Pacific Insurance, Baosteel, China Life Insurance, Guotai Asset Management, Focus Media, BNY Mellon, MassMutual, Avent International, Covance, and Sidley Austin.

Leveraging on her rapport with the financial media and investment communities, Ms. Lee has devised communications strategies for a wide range of Chinese companies, overseen initial public offerings, mergers and acquisitions, as well as ongoing public relations/investor relations programmes. She has also provided highly-tailored media, speaker, and crisis training programmes to senior executives in various sectors, drawing on more than a decade of financial journalism experience.

Prior to FTI Consulting, Ms. Lee was a vice president at APCO Worldwide where she helped build the financial communications practice. Before that, she was an executive director at Citigate Dewe Rogerson, leading the firm’s practice in China. Ms. Lee was a veteran journalist before joining the communication consultancy. She was finance editor at Television Broadcasts Limited, the leading television station in Hong Kong, overseeing coverage and production of financial news in Hong Kong and mainland China. She had also held key positions at the Hong Kong Economic Journal and the Hong Kong Economic Times.

Ms. Lee holds two Master’s degrees in International Policy from The Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) at The Johns Hopkins University and The Elliott School of International Affairs (ESIA) at The George Washington University. She has a Bachelor of Social Science in Journalism and Communication from The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

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