Eu Jin’s practice encompasses both equity capital market fundraising exercises such as initial public oﬀerings (IPOs) as well as debt capital market transactions such as bond and Sukuk issuances. He has advised and acted for listed corporations, REITs, investment banks as well as companies seeking listing in both the Malaysian and foreign stock exchanges, in particular, Hong Kong and Singapore.
Among his recent notable transactions is the issuance of Samurai Bond (guaranteed by Japan Bank for International Cooperation) for the amount of ¥200 billion by the Government of Malaysia in which Eu Jin acted as the Malaysian legal counsel.
Eu Jin served a 7-year stint as chief operating oﬃcer of a subsidiary of a ﬁnancial services group before returning to legal practice. He has been both executive and independent director of companies regulated by the Securities Commission Malaysia. He has also previously served on the Board of the Financial Planning Association of Malaysia as its Honorary Secretary.
A partner of Rosli Dahlan Saravana Partnership, Eu Jin is qualified as a solicitor (England & Wales) and holds an LLM degree from University College London. Prior to the travel restrictions arising from the Covid-19 pandemic, he enjoys meeting people at international law conferences and in recent years, was a panelist in conferences held in Tokyo, Hong Kong, Singapore, Siem Reap and Colombo.