See Hua has worked in Malaysia and Hong Kong (1989 to 1997) since 1986, with the law firms of Skrine, Raslan Loong and Simmons & Simmons (Hong Kong) and as general counsel with Ernst & Young (Hong Kong).
While at Ernst & Young, See Hua advised and worked on some of the biggest and high profile liquidations at the time including the Carrian Group (tied to the borrowings from Bumiputra Finance Malaysia), BCCI and Baring Brothers.
On her return to Malaysia in 1997, coinciding with the beginning of the Asian financial crisis, See Hua has advised and worked with borrowers, lenders or administrators on the corporate debt restructuring of a huge portfolio of public listed groups including:
See Hua has also advised on these major corporate transactions:
See Hua was quoted by Chambers Asia as “an effective negotiator, especially when there are numerous interests to reconcile” and she and the team she lead have received recognitions from International Financial Law Review 1000, the Asian Counsel, the Asia Pacific Legal 500, and PLC Which Lawyer for their work in the field of restructuring and insolvency work.
See Hua obtained a Master of Laws from the University of Cambridge in 1984 and a bachelor's degree in Law from the North London University in 1982. See Hua is admitted to the Malaysian Bar (1985), the Singapore Bar (1998) and is a solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales (1995) and the Supreme Court of Hong Kong (1995).
See Hua is a member of the Insolvency Practice Committee of the Malaysian Association of Certified Public Accountants.
See Hua sits on the board of Petron Malaysia Refining & Marketing Berhad as an independent director.