YY Lin

Founder and CEO

YY Lin is the Founder and CEO of Lindom Company. YY has a successful history of property development and management that extends three decades and has managed or developed assets totaling 1.3 million square feet and $175 million in value. In 1995, YY formed Lindom Properties, Inc., specializing in a full-spectrum of real estate services, including land and commercial development, real estate brokerage, management and investments. Within one year of operating, the Los Angeles Times named Lindom as one of the top developers in the Los Angeles area. Utilizing extensive connections to Pacific Rim equity fund sources, Lindom has successfully bridged Asian investment capital to real estate opportunities in California. Prior to founding Lindom, YY accepted a position at General Bank of Los Angeles as the Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of GBC Real Estate Company, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of the Bank. He oversaw the company's daily business operations, which included real estate investment, syndication and management. Earlier, YY practiced architectural and urban design at Harwood K. Smith & Partners in Dallas for three years, and then took a position at SPG (Socíeté Privée de Gérance) International, a Swiss company specializing in a wide range of real estate developments, and the largest privately held real estate investment company at that time. YY rose to become Vice President and headed the real estate development division Formally educated in Taiwan with a Bachelor of Architecture degree, YY completed his studies with a Master of Architecture from McGill University in Montreal, Canada and a Master of Architecture in Urban Design from Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He remains active at the local Harvard-Radcliff Club and was a School Committee member for fourteen years. Mr. Lin is an active member of the Taiwanese United Fund (TUF), a non-profit organization that promotes Taiwanese arts, culture, and heritage, serving as President in 2004, and now a Board Member. In 2006, Mr. Lin also served as President of the Taiwanese Chamber of Commerce of Greater Los Angeles (TACCLA) and the Vice President of Taiwanese Chamber of Commerce of North America, which has 38 chapters throughout North America.