Mr. Jack C. C. Teo is a Business Domain Expert Facilitator with PI ETA Consulting Company.
Jack was most recently an Associate Professor in the Division of Business Law at the Nanyang Business School, Nanyang Technological University and a Senior Assistant Director at the Competition Commission of Singapore. He is currently an Associate Lecturer with the University of Buffalo Programme, Singapore Institute of Management.
Jack has been in the legal profession for more than 20 years, first as an associate at the Intellectual Property Department in one of Singaporeís Big Four law firms before moving in-house to the Legal Department at the Regional Corporate Headquarters of a AAA rated European Bank. In 1995, he started his career in academia as a Lecturer in the Nanyang Business School, Nanyang Technological University and he retired as an Associate Professor in 2007. He took time out from retirement to serve at the Competition Commission of Singapore.
Jack has practised, taught and researched intellectual property, competition, corporate, banking and international business law. He has taught at both the MBA and undergraduate levels and won a large number of teaching awards. His expertise in the above areas has been recognised both internationally and locally through his publications in established journals and books. His articles have appeared in the
Journal of International Banking Law, the Asia Business Law Review and the
Singapore Academy of Law Annual Review of Singapore Cases for which he has contributed the Aviation Law Chapter for the past seven years. Some of the books that he has published include
The Singapore Corporate Director's Manual, The Practice and Law of Banking in Singapore (2nd Edition) and
Indonesia Business Law (2nd Edition).
Jack has an LLB (2nd Class Hons Upper Division) and an LLM in international law (both private and public) from the National University of Singapore. He also has a PGDipTHE from the National Institute of Education.