Lawyer profile for Asia-Pacific 2021
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Corporate Investigations/Anti-Corruption: Domestic - Singapore
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Joint Head - Commercial & Corporate Disputes Practice, Corporate Governance & Compliance Practice and Financial Services Regulatory Practice. Extensive experience in banking, corporate and commercial disputes, and contentious investigations. Advises on corporate governance and financial services contentious regulatory matters under the Companies Act, Securities and Futures Act and other financial regulations in relation to corporate fraud, anti-money laundering and insider trading.
Admitted, 1993, Singapore; 1992, England & Wales; Cambridge University (B.A. Hons.; M.A.); Middle Temple (Barrister-at-Law).
Fellow, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators; Audit and Risk Management Committee, Tripartite Alliance Limited; Panel Member, The Law Society Disciplinary Tribunal; Panel of Arbitrators, SIAC; Board Member; Singapore Chapter of the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists.
The Asia-Pacific Investigations Review 2021 - Singapore Chapter; Chambers Global Practice Guide - Anti-Corruption Singapore 2019; The Asia-Pacific Investigations Review 2019 - Singapore Chapter; Getting The Deal Through - Government Relations 2018 - Singapore Chapter; Chambers Global Practice Guides 2018 - Anti-Corruption Singapore; The Asia-Pacific Investigations Review 2018 - Singapore Chapter.
• Singapore Post Limited in an internal governance review of the company's acquisition of US e-commerce company TradeGlobal Holdings Inc for approximately US$170 million, and in dealing with regulators in Singapore.
• NGSC Limited in relation to forensic findings by Ernst & Young Advisory Pte. Ltd over the acquisition of Multi Skies Nusantra Limited and its subsidiaries.
• A world-leading offshore and marine company in conducting investigations into various rig projects, to review potential non-compliance with internal policies and/or controls and applicable antibribery laws, including dealing with regulators in Singapore and the USA.
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Ranked since 2018 - Corporate Investigations/Anti-Corruption: Domestic (Singapore)
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Ranked from 2016 to 2018 in Chambers - Banking & Finance: Regulatory – Singapore
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