Sin Boon Ann

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This is a Chinese name; the family name is Sin.

Sin Boon Ann (simplified Chinese: 陈文安; traditional Chinese: 陳文安; pinyin: Chén Wén-ān)(Born 19 March 1958) was a Singaporean Member of Parliament for Tampines GRC. He has represented Tampines GRC from 1997 to 2011, where he was replaced by a new Minister for Education Heng Swee Keat.

Sin is currently a director at law firm Drew & Napier, and used to serve as a lecturer at the law faculty of the National University of Singapore between 1988–1992.


From 1967 to 1976, Sin studied at Anglo Chinese School.

From 1979 to 1986, Sin completed with his honours degree in Law at the National University of Singapore.

From 1987 to 1988, Sin completed his Masters of Law at London University.[1]


From 1988 to 1992, Sin was a lecturer at the Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore.

Sin was a member of the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore’s Legal Panel on Convergence Issues Committee.


From 23 December 1996 until 18 April 2011, Sin was a Member of Parliament for Tampines GRC.

In 1999, he was also a member of the government appointed Company Legislation and Regulatory Framework Committee to review Singapore’s company law and regulatory framework, and make recommendations for achieving global standards and promoting a competitive economy.[2]



  • Rex International Holding Limited
  • SE Hub Ltd
  • OSIM International
  • OUE Limited
  • Tampines Central Community Foundation Limited
  • Courage Marine Group Limited (Incorporated in Bermuda)
  • Transview Holdings Limited
  • CSE Global Limited
  • DrewCorp Services Pte Ltd
  • Drew & Napier LLC


  • MFS Technology Ltd
  • HealthSTATS International Pte Ltd
  • Japan Land Ltd
  • Freshfields Drew & Napier Pte Ltd
  • Overseas Union Enterprise Limited
  • Auric Pacific Group Limited
  • China Coke & Chemicals Pte Ltd
  • Singapore Totalisator Board (Statutory Board)[3]

Personal Life[edit]

Sin is married with 3 children. He is a Methodist.


  1. ^ "Mr Sin Boon Ann". Parliament of Singapore. Parliament of Singapore. Retrieved 22 June 2015. 
  2. ^ "Sin Boon Ann Deputy Managing Director Corporate & Finance/Capital Markets". Drew & Napier. Drew & Napier. Retrieved 22 June 2015. 
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