Ms May LOH
Ms May LOH
Albright Stonebridge Group
Ms May Loh focuses on providing strategic advice to decision-makers on issues of corporate governance, public policy and sustainability, enabling them to weigh the factors that make for maximum impact with lucidity.
With a vision to see capital used for purposeful and lasting social change, she serves on various boards including the Securities Investors Association and the Singapore Government’s Charity Council sub-committee reviewing the Charity Transparency Framework.
An alumnus of the University of Kent and Harvard Law School, Ms Loh was with the Singapore Legal Service for two decades, starting as Justices’ Law Clerk to the Chief Justice, and subsequently serving in various roles including in the Competition Commission of Singapore, the Attorney-General’s Chambers and as a District Judge in the State Courts.
Ms Loh was seconded to the Singapore Administrative Service in the Ministry of Manpower, where she worked on manpower policy, labour relations (tri-partite compact) and international relations (negotiating free trade agreements). More recently, she led development work in Stewardship Asia to promote effective stewardship and governance in businesses across Asia.
An alumni advisor to the Singapore delegation of the St Gallen Symposium, Ms Loh serves on several charity boards and is vice-chair of The Helping Hand, a halfway house. She enjoys fine art and painting, exhibiting together with others in ‘From Within’ (November 2018); and singing with friends in a choral group. After some struggle, she has accepted that she cannot cook and is therefore deeply grateful for her supportive spouse who is also a talented chef.