B.Econs., LLB (HONS) London, CLP (Malaysia)
Dato’ R. Krishnan is currently the Director and Specialist Consultant of Labuan Borneo Trustees Limited, a regulated Trust and Fiduciary Services Company based in Labuan, Malaysia. He is also a Licensed Trust Officer with the Labuan Financial Services Authority (LFSA) and an Advocate and Solicitor in the High Court of Malaya. He advises on personal and corporate ownership structures, business and personal succession planning and asset protection.
Dato’ R. Krishnan holds a Bachelor of Economics from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, a Bachelor of Law and Masters in Law (Advance Company Law) with Merit from the University of London. He has also completed the Certificate of Legal Practice from the Legal Qualifying Board Malaysia and and is a Visiting Scholar at Law School Nankai University, Tianjin,Beijing
Dato’ R. Krishnan holds many international accreditations; among which include:
• Former Director of the Financial Services Institute (FSI) of the British Virgin Islands;
• Current Committee Member of the Disciplinary Panel, Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) Worldwide;
• Appointed as an Adviser of Family Trust Legal Affairs Centre (FLTAC) of King & Capital Law Firm, the oldest legal firm and a First Tier Law Firm in China;
• Currently serves as a member of the Advisory Board of the Vancouver International Trade Institute (VITI);
• Serves on the Financial Services Capacity Building Plenary Committee, McKinsey Initiative set up under the Premier’s Office of the British Virgin Island Government
• Is a Subject Specialist on the Caribbean Examination Council (CXC);
• Current Program Leader for Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (ICSA U.K) for Levels 4 and 5 Certificate in International Finance and Administration (CeIFA);
• Lead Program Tutor and Director of Pronumeris Training Centre Limited, a leading Mauritius Financial Services Training Company;
• Specialist Consultant of Helmores Wealth Limited, a Blue Chip New Zealand Wealth Management and Fiduciary Company regulated by Law Society of New Zealand.
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