Suu Wei is the Asia Pacific Public Policy and Economic Graph Director at LinkedIn and is focused on forging partnerships with governments and other organizations across Asia Pacific to bring LinkedIn’s unique insights to life and create economic opportunities for members in the workforce. He engages with national and local governments, industry associations, academia and other stakeholders to shape the policy environment and help LinkedIn grow its business in Asia Pacific. He is also an Independent Director of MSI Global Pte. Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary and commercial arm of the Singapore Land Transport Authority that provides land transport planning and management solutions. Suu Wei co-chairs the Government and Regional Affairs Committee at the American Chamber of Commerce in Singapore to drive thought leadership and contribute to impactful programming for the Chamber.
Prior to LinkedIn, Suu Wei was the Government Relations Director at PayPal and was responsible for providing strategic counsel and program support for PayPal’s business. Before this, he was responsible for regulatory compliance matters for Eurex Clearing Asia and served as a deputy director at the Monetary Authority of Singapore, focusing on financial market development in Singapore. He also completed a broad range of stints with Citi in public sector sales and business development, debt capital origination and corporate credit analysis. Before joining Citi, Suu Wei was responsible for corporate investments and strategic planning in shipping and logistics. He started his professional career as a member of the Singapore Administrative Service with the Ministry of Transport and Ministry of Trade and Industry in Singapore to formulate public policies in maritime transport and enterprise development.
Suu Wei holds a Bachelor degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Tokyo in Japan and an MBA degree from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in the US with a double major in Finance and Management. He speaks fluent English, Mandarin, Japanese and Cantonese.