Director: Roy Yeo Kan Kiang
Roy Yeo is a lawyer by profession and was called to the Singapore Bar in July 1995. An alumnus of Anglo-Chinese School, he graduated with a Bachelor of Laws degree (Upper 2nd Class Honours) from the University of Bristol (UK) in 1993.His areas of practice encompass a wide and varied mix of civil and commercial litigation; family and matrimonial law matters; employment and immigration law and criminal law work. Ancillary to these areas, Roy is also involved in project advisory work for business ventures in Asia, particularly in China and Vietnam. He is a Commissioner of Oaths. He has served for 8 years previously as the Chairman of a residential condominium Management Council and presently sits as a committee member of an industrial building Management Council.
In the corporate sphere, Roy sits as a Independent Director of Lantrovision (S) Ltd (SGX-listed company), a leading regional provider of ICT infrastructure cabling services and related components. He chairs its Remuneration Committee and is also a member of its Audit and Nominating Committees respectively. Roy is a Member of the Singapore Institute of Directors.
From 2006 to 2011, Roy served as a Board member of The Old Parliament House Limited, a company set up by the National Arts Council, and which runs the “Arts House at the Old Parliament”. The Arts House is an arts and heritage venue which was built in 1827 and housed Singapore’s first Court House and former Parliament House. Roy is also the Honorary Legal Advisor to the Handicaps Welfare Association, a local charity.
Active in grassroots/community service in Singapore, Roy has been Chairman of the Henderson Community Club Management Committee (CCMC) since 2006. He has served in various capacities within the Tanglin-Cairnhill division of Tanjong Pagar GRC since 2002 and was Assistant Secretary (2003-2005) and Secretary (2005-2006) at Cairnhill CCMC before. He is also a Member of the Tanglin-Cairnhill Citizens Consultative Committee (CCC). As CCMC Chairman, Roy is a licensed marriage solemnisor. For his contributions, Roy was awarded the Public Service Medal (PBM) by the President of the Republic of Singapore in the 2011 National Day Awards.