Craig Loveless > Norton Rose Fulbright > Singapore, Singapore > Lawyer Profile

Norton Rose Fulbright
#09-09 SINGAPORE 018937

Work Department

Corporate, M&A and securities


Lawyer Rankings

Singapore > Insurance: foreign firms

Norton Rose Fulbright acts for major banks and financial institutions across the insurance sector. The team offers a broad range of services across corporate and transactional matters, including M&A, joint ventures, and regulatory compliance, with work also encompassing up-and-coming fields like cyberbreach and insuretech. In addition, the practice is experienced in conducting investigations in areas such as anti-money laundering. Anna Tipping  heads the firm’s Asia Pacific insurance practice and has been involved in cross-border insurance M&A transactions across the region, bringing considerable expertise on credit default risks. Craig Loveless is also noteworthy for his work in acquisitions, disposals, and restructurings.

Singapore > Corporate and M&A: foreign firms

(Leading individuals)

Craig Loveless  Norton Rose Fulbright

With demonstrable experience in the technology, insurance, financial services, energy, oil and gas, shipping and infrastructure sectors, Norton Rose Fulbright’s ‘high pragmatic’ team continues to showcase its capability in multi-jurisdictional transactions, involving China and Southeast Asia, as well as the US, UK, EU and Canada. Craig Loveless, who has experience in M&A, disposals, restructurings and joint ventures, jointly leads the team alongside insurance expert Anna Tipping, who handles M&A transactions in the financial institutions sector. Other key contacts in the group include counsel Shahin Foroughian, and senior associates Dexter Tan and Chris Bell.

Singapore > Fintech and financial services regulatory: foreign firms

With particular strength in regulatory advice, Norton Rose Fulbright‘s fintech practice blends expertise in P2P platforms, blockchain, data privacy, disputes and technology consultation. The team frequently assists major clients with fintech expansions and has seen an increase in instructions relating to emerging platforms and the use of disruptive technologies, particularly for clients who wish to launch new products in Singapore before rolling them out globally. Practice head Etelka Bogardi has longstanding experience of advising on a wide array of regulatory issues in the fintech area; she is well placed to advise on the regulation of digital assets and innovative payments solutions. Anna Tipping‘s wealth of insurance expertise is frequently brought to bear on contentious and non-contentious matters including alternative risk transfer insurance transactions. Instructions relating to securities often fall to financial markets expert Colin Rice, while Craig Loveless is a key contact for cross-border transactional work in the fintech space. Wilson Ang is a name to note for disputes, while counsel Mabelle Tay further extends the regulatory expertise at the firm.