Jin Low

Jin Low is a Director in the Restructuring practice, based in Singapore. Jin is a Singapore and New York-qualified lawyer and leverages over 10 years of experience in formal and informal corporate restructurings, voluntary and court governed insolvencies, financial investigations and receiverships. She has undertaken various assignments on behalf of banks, financial institutions, creditors and debtors on various matters.

Jin’s key expertise is in asset recovery where she successfully assisted court appointed receivers in recovering assets worldwide valued over EUR120 million.

Jin has extensive experience in contentious restructurings and has acted as Independent Financial Advisor to a committee of 19 bank lenders in the proposed restructuring of Hyflux Limited, a Singapore listed water and power conglomerate with over USD 2.24 billion of outstanding debt. Subsequently, Jin also worked with the judicial managers and liquidators of Hyflux Limited to assist in realizing the remaining assets of the company in order to maximize returns to the creditors and stakeholders.

Notably, Jin’s experience includes assisting the Receivers in the successful sale of a fully integrated global logistics group of companies, where the High Court of Singapore in Yap Sze Kam v Yang Kee Logistics Pte Ltd and another matter [2023] SGHC 43 commended the sale process undertaken observing “that the Receivers have […] been objective and professional, as well as diligent in their efforts.”

Prior to joining Kroll, Jin worked in an international law firm and served as a commercial litigation lawyer with experience in court governed insolvencies and restructurings, shareholder disputes and enforcement proceedings.

Jin received a Bachelor of Laws from King’s College London and holds a Master of Laws in International Business Regulation, Litigation and Arbitration from New York University. She has been admitted to the New York State Bar and the Singapore Bar. Jin speaks English and Malay and is conversant in Bahasa Indonesian as well.


Financial and operational restructuring and enforcement of security, including investigation, preservation and realization of assets for investors, lenders and companies.