Patricia Wei-Leng CHUNG

Patricia Chung is the President of IIPCC Malaysia. and a Founding Partner of Messrs Chung Chambers, a law firm specialising into Intellectual Property. She is qualified member of the Malaysian Bar and registered IPs Agent in Malaysia. She is a registered member of Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb-UK & Malaysia branch), a registered associate of Malaysia Institute of Arbitrators (MIArb), and an Accredited Mediator by Malaysian Bar Mediation Centre. While serving the IT Sub-Committee of Penang Bar, she is also a member of Fintech Association of Malaysia (FAOM) and Penang Women Commerce of Chambers (PWCC). She is well-versed in both the litigation and non-litigation fronts of IP law and held a diverse portfolio as a litigation lawyer contributed a number of Reported Malaysian Cases involving IP Infringement including a Patent Infringement case involving Lumileds, corporate attorney by frequently contributing Legal Written Opinions in terms of compliances to reputable Financial Institutions and Corporate Companies and conveyancing practitioner throughout her 12-year legal career. 

She was the Head of Legal Department cum Patent Steering Committee in a Singaporean based Multi-National Companies (Pioneer) for the Semiconductor Industry in year 2014. She has been invited to an official press conference held by Ministry of Domestic Trade in respect of a successful raiding operation that led to criminal order granted by court for copyright infringement handled by her in year 2015. Thereafter, she has been appointed as exclusive Legal Advisor for the Penang Karaoke Association (PKA) and successfully moved MyIPO (represented by the former Director of MyIPO Copyright Division) to witness the memorable MOU signing ceremony between PKA and PRISM (one of the four copyright licensing bodies in Malaysia) around year 2017 in a reported press conference. Patricia too was the moderator for the dialogue session among MyIPO, PKA and PRISM on that day. Patricia’s shrewd leadership has guided Chung Chambers to be awarded “Best IP Law Firm in Malaysia for year 2015” by APAC Insider and has auspiciously invited as Key Partner of Lawtech Malaysia in year 2019. 

She is a regular speaker, mentor, judge, moderator in various workshops, panel sessions, Hackhatons, seminars, Summit Conference organised and/ or co-organised by Malaysian Bar Council, Government Authorities, Penang State Bar, WIPO ADR Singapore, MyIPO, FAOM, Vitrox Public Company, LawTech Malaysia, Universities, Law Colleges, aCAT, Accelerators including one of the well-known Seed Accelerators known as “Techstars”. 

Today, as an intellectual property (IP) specialist, Patricia leverages on the advancement of technology to help clients around the world securing IP rights through digitalised service provision by actively appearing in the Legal Tech and FinTech space. Patricia is the founding partner of Messrs Chung Chambers, a law firm specialising into Intellectual Property.


Daniel LUI

Daniel Lui is the Vice-President of IIPCC Malaysia.  He specialises in commercialization of IP, restructuring, mergers and acquisition and venture building. Further, he is a member of Fintech Association of Malaysia (FAOM) focusing on Regtech in Malaysia. He is also the Co-Founder of Lawtech Malaysia, an ecosystem building company focused on bridging and upskilling the legal industry. He is also a Partner in Fuzztrack Ventures, a private equity firm where his portfolio is on financial tech, regulatory tech and law tech.

Previously, he practised 2 years as a Malaysian Corporate Lawyer where he led a legal team in an IPO at ACE Market Malaysia and oversaw 10+ M&A transactions. He was also called to the bar at the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn as a Barrister-at-law at England and Wales. 

Throughout his journey, he has organised 2 successful legal tech hackathons, 1 Lawtech summit conference and produced over 35 teams in the process with some teams obtaining investments. Building the ecosystem, he has worked with both domestic and international regulators to promote innovation and technology into the legal industry of Malaysia such as the Bar Council of Malaysia, Bar Council of Penang, Law Society of Hong Kong, Singapore Academy of Law, APAC Legal Innovation Tech Association (ALITA), Legal Hackers, Nordic Regtech Association and New Zealand Legal Tech Association.  He also formed the first lawtech fellowship with now over 30 fellows from diverse backgrounds focused in transforming the legal industry with innovation and tech. Further, he has presented at the World Regtech Summit and Fintech association roundtables in Hong Kong and Singapore to align, promote and collaborate on an APAC level to grow fintech, lawtech and regtech. 

Further into his other role, Daniel focuses on advising foreign tech transfers projects, commercialization of IP for patents by GL universities and structuring investment for businesses in Malaysia. He also serves as a member of the Youth Task Force Steering Committee under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Malaysia.  

Jenna Huey Ching BEH

Jenna is the Chief Strategy Officer and is also a Board Member of IIPCC Malaysia. She is also recognized as one of the Top 14 Fintech Influencers in Malaysia & Top 100 Women in Fintech (Global). She specialises in Regulatory Technology (co-authored a book on the subject) and in Fintech & Innovation.


In 2016, Jenna was the first to be given the responsibility to drive and build the fintech ecosystem in the Fintech team in MDEC (Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation). Her role primarily focuses on raising Foreign Direct Investment, creating a fertile ecosystem for Fintech’s to bloom and stakeholder management with industry experts, regulators, financial institutions, accelerator, investors, startups/scaleups and academic institutions both locally and internationally. This includes the work of shaping and creating the first Fintech Hub (Orbit) in Malaysia. Prior to joining the fintech world, Jenna was the youngest partner in her law firm which focuses on corporate (IPO), litigation, human rights and family law.


Part of her tech journey includes co-founding tech companies. Among her work in this area, Jenna launched the first fintech challenge with Association of Islamic Banking and Financial Institutions Malaysia

(AIBIM) under the patronage of the Central Bank of Malaysia (Bank Negara) in Sasana Kijang, as a launchpad for the country’s foray into the Fintech world.


Jenna is the co-founder and CEO for FortNynja, a cybersecurity company based in Australia that is expanding regionally, Jenna's mission is to solve the problems in the cybersecurity area and data privacy in industries such as finance and banking, space and others. She is also the co-founder for Tech Law Sdn Bhd (Lawtech Malaysia) with ties to ASEAN and APAC Legal Tech players. Currently, Jenna is serving as the Regtech Chair in Fintech Association of Malaysia (part of APAC Regtech Network with Hong Kong, Singapore and Japan Fintech Associations). She is also the Strategist for Malaysian Venture Capital and Private Equity Association (MVCA).

Catherine Thiam-Lee TAN

Catherine is the Treasurer cum Executive Committee of IIPCC Malaysia and currently wearing the hat as Regional Business Consultant in the international corporate secretarial division of Indah International Group of companies. Catherine obtained her Licensed Secretary from the Companies Commission of Malaysia since 2001 and further obtained her Bachelor in Accounting (UK) in 2002. She then duly registered her membership with the Malaysian Institute of Accountants in 2010 and thereafter obtained her Master in Business Administration. 

Catherine has acquired more than 20 years of experience in Malaysia secretarial practices in the area of corporate restructuring, corporate secretarial and business advisory. In her recent 7 years of practices, she is providing regional business advisory and also international corporate business and secretarial support to clients doing wish to expand their business in the international jurisdictions, e.g. Hong Kong, Labuan, China, Southeast Asia etc.


Roy Foo started his career as a mechanical engineer, working in the manufacturing sector, specifically in Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) and aerospace industry. During his tenure as an engineer, Roy was tasked to streamline a great deal of manufacturing processes via lean six sigma methodologies. 

Prior to joining the consulting industry, Roy joined the Islamic banking services industry where he was assigned to strategic management and business development under the CEO’s office for close to three (3) years. By combining his engineering heuristics with his financial acumen, he helped develop business improvement strategies, identify operational gaps and target new business opportunities within the Islamic financial markets. 

Roy has been educated in four (4) different countries and speaks four different languages, namely English, Chinese, Malay and German. He holds a Mechanical Engineering degree from Germany and a secondary focus in Managerial and Financial Accounting from the United Kingdom. 

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