Frank Lyn

Frank is the Senior Partner of PwC Hong Kong and the Markets Leader of PwC China and Hong Kong. He is also the Corporate Finance Leader of PwC China and Hong Kong and a member of the PwC Management Board.

Over his 26 years of service in Mainland China, Frank has brought accounting services and corporate finance expertise to the Mainland, while promoting the development of China's capital and securities markets. Under his leadership and guidance, PwC has trained numerous world-class accountants to meet the pressing needs of China's accounting market.

Frank possesses years of extensive experience working on listing and consulting projects, and has acted as the lead engagement partner for more than ten listing projects, including the listing of H shares, N shares and B shares and the listing of China Red Chip stocks in Hong Kong. With regard to fund-raising, he has assisted many overseas, China and Hong Kong investors in connection with their investments in China as well as outbound investments outside of China, including feasibility analysis, due diligence, fund raising and advising on investment strategies. He has in-depth knowledge of the China and Hong Kong regulations concerning securities offerings, and has been guest speaker on these topics for domestic audiences on many occasions, including the training for the leaders of large state-owned enterprises organised by China National School of Administration, China Securities Regulatory Commission and State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council (SASAC) and seminars on securities and accounting related matters organised in Beijing, Shanghai and provincial SASAC branches, the Ministry of Finance and Hong Kong Stock Exchange.

Frank is a member of the People's Political Consultative Committee of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region since 2000.

Frank is Executive Director of the China Mergers and Acquisitions Association (CMAA), Chairman of CMAA's International M&A Committee and a member of the China Committee of the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce.