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Yuelin Yang

Senior Advisor

Pacific Pension & Investment Institute

Chief Stewardship & Wellbeing Governance Officer


Yuelin Yang is the Deputy Group Managing Director of IMC Industrial Group and Group Managing Director of Unithai. He has been with IMC since 1995 and has held various senior appointments. In addition, Mr. Yang is a Senior Advisor to Pacific Pension & Investment Institute (PPI) whose membership comprises senior investment professionals and asset managers worldwide, collectively representing more than U.S.$25 trillion in assets. He is also a member of the standing Programme Committee of PPI, which advises the PPI board and management team.

Mr. Yang is also a member of the Asian Corporate Governance Association (ACGA) Governing Council and the Advisory Council at National University of Singapore Business School’s Centre of Governance and Sustainability, as well as an independent director at Verlinvest Asia. He previously served on the Global Family Advisory Council of Family Office Exchange and has spoken worldwide on family businesses, family offices, and their governance.

As the Chief Stewardship and Wellbeing Governance Officer for IMC Pan Asian Alliance Group (IMCPAA), Mr. Yang integrates over 35 years' experience in C-Suite operational and P&L roles, legal, finance, corporate development, managing joint ventures with NYSE and TSE listed partners, corporate governance, family businesses, and family offices. He has extensive knowledge of institutional investors and family offices through his active involvement at ACGA (whose investor members manage over $40 trillion), PPI, Verlinvest Asia and previously at Family Business Network and Family Office Exchange. He also sits on the board of two IMCPAA foundations focusing on catalyzing impact solutions to climate and environmental issues in Asia.


Prior to joining IMC, Mr. Yang was a member of the Office of the Chairman Stan Shih and Associate General Counsel at Acer Computers in San Jose, California and Taipei, Taiwan. He started his career practicing law in Silicon Valley at the Cooley Godward and Brobeck Phleger law firms.


Mr. Yang received a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering from Stanford University and a JD from Stanford Law School.

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