Provided by Paul Ng
Paul Ng is a partner in Milbank's Singapore office and head of the firm’s Asian Global Transportation and Space Practice. He has over 25 years of experience in transactions involving the financing and leasing of aviation, space and maritime assets, rolling stock and other moveable assets. Paul is frequently lead counsel on the largest, most complex and market-leading transactions in the industry acting for investors, lessors, financial institutions, airlines, manufacturers and government linked entities. He is also an airline restructuring and reorganization specialist having been involved in a number of high-profile successful debt and equity restructurings for both national and low-cost carriers. He is a contributing editor to Legal 500’s International Comparative Guide, a member of the prestigious Legal Advisory Panel of the Aviation Working Group and chairs the Cape Town Convention National Contact Group for Southeast Asia. Paul is considered one of the leading practitioners in the transport market. He is often sought out for his insights on transportation market developments by governments and the media, including the BBC, Channel News Asia, Reuters, the Financial Times and others.
Paul Ng is praised for his "professionalism, dedication and diligence" by clients. He has extensive experience advising airlines and leasing companies on the full breadth of aviation finance matters.
Singapore-based Paul Ng impresses clients with his "professionalism, dedication and diligence." He assists clients with a broad array of aviation finance matters.
Paul Ng is a well-known aviation finance lawyer who earns recognition from Chinese clients for his expertise. A client appreciates that "he shares his opinions with us and gives us new information regarding the aviation sector."
Paul Ng operates out of Milbank's Singapore office. He heads the firm's Asia aviation and asset finance practice and offers extensive expertise in leasing and financing transactions. He receives frequent instructions from Chinese clients and leverages his Mandarin and Cantonese language skills in transactions.