Lawyer profile for Asia-Pacific 2022
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Banking & Insolvency, Dispute Resolution
Andrew has notable experience in the areas of banker’s liability, civil fraud, corporate insolvency and restructuring as well as money laundering. He acts for various financial institutions on financing obligations and security enforcement, involving conventional and Islamic financing, and asset recovery.
His experience in corporate and commercial disputes covers various business sectors, including energy, hospitality, logistics and plantation. He acts for corporations on matters concerning fraud and breaches of fiduciary and fidelity by senior management and directors.
Clients described him as a “sharp, skillful, knowledgeable articulator” and, someone “who knows his work and produces really good arguments”. Andrew is a ranked practitioner by Chambers & Partners and Benchmark Litigation. Andrew is one of two partners named “Litigation Stars” by Benchmark Litigation Asia-Pacific 2021 in the Commercial and Transactions category.
He is a contributor to a number of practitioners’ guide, such as the Law & Practice of Corporate Insolvency in Malaysia.
Andrew is a member of the Malaysian Bar Council’s Advocacy Training Committee. He conducts advocacy training around Malaysia. He has also conducted advocacy training in Australia, Ireland, United Kingdom, Singapore and South Africa.
Contributor, Corporate Restructuring & Insolvency in Malaysia, Asian Business Legal Institute (2020)
Andrew Chiew Ean Vooi
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