Singaporean Chen is mining behemoth Rio Tinto's youngest manager in its global business development M&A team, which she joined in 2011. Bilingual in English and Mandarin, she studied at LSE before starting her career in London at UBS in its metals and mining M&A team. Recent impressive successes include negotiating the sale of two copper mines in South Africa and Australia, the latter to a Chinese mining business for $820m in 2013 - a significant milestone for Rio Tinto and Chen.
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