Jasmine Lee

Jasmine Lee

Managing Partner, Hong Kong & Macau

Jasmine is the Managing Partner of the EY member firms in Hong Kong and Macau, overseeing all aspects of business operations in these locations.

With over 25 years of experience, Jasmine has acquired deep expertise working with Hong Kong and mainland Chinese financial institutions on an array of assurance, strategy and consulting services, leading business growth and optimization initiatives for major financial services companies across Mainland China and Hong Kong.

Previously Jasmine led the firm’s Financial Services Practices in Hong Kong. She has led many significant business enhancement efforts for Hong Kong and Macau financial institutions with substantial exposure to China market and has advised senior management on topics pertaining to strategy, mergers and acquisitions, and regulatory development and operational transformation.

Jasmine is also one of the lead partners in the EY China Overseas Investment Network, actively connecting Chinese financial institutions with the global financial services network and advising on outbound investment and acquisition opportunities.

Jasmine is a keen advocate of innovation. She leads a strong and professional team with a great wealth of experience, supporting financial institutions to deliver digital and virtual banking services and promoting fintech and innovation in Hong Kong.

She is a champion of greater integration and cooperation within the Greater Bay Area (GBA). She spearheads the EY Greater Bay Area Center of Excellence to help clients succeed in capturing the vast opportunities in GBA. She is also a committee member of the GBA Committee of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants (HKICPA).

Jasmine is passionate about and active in supporting the development of accounting professionals in Hong Kong. She is a Council Member of the HKICPA, a committee member of the Professional Development Committee and the Registration and Practising Committee of the Institute, and a member of the Hong Kong Academy of Finance, the Accounting Development Foundation, the Association of Women’s Accountant Member and The Society of Chinese Accountants & Auditors.