Ms Chan Weili > Rahmat Lim & Partners > Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia > Lawyer Profile

Rahmat Lim & Partners
SUITE 33.01, LEVEL 33, THE GARDENS NORTH TOWER
MID VALLEY CITY, LINGKARAN SYED PUTRA
59200 KUALA LUMPUR
Malaysia
Chan Weili photo

Work Department

Corporate & Commercial, Maritime & Aviation, Mergers & Acquisitions

Position

Weili is a Partner in the Firm’s Mergers & Acquisitions Department.

Career

Her areas of practice include mergers and acquisitions, take overs, joint ventures, foreign investments, and corporate and commercial transactions. She has been involved in transactions across various industries such as aviation, energy and power, petrochemicals, e-commerce, fintech, manufacturing, real estate, and retail.

She also advises airlines, aircraft operators, lessors and lessees on aviation matters including registration with the Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia, aircraft leasing transactions through the Labuan International Business & Financial Centre, aircraft mortgages, and the application of the Capetown Convention under Malaysian laws.

Languages

English and Bahasa Malaysia.

Education

Weili graduated with a Bachelor of Laws degree from University of Reading in 2007 and obtained her Certificate in Legal Practice in 2008. She was admitted as an Advocate & Solicitor of the High Court of Malaya in 2009.

Lawyer Rankings

Malaysia > Corporate and M&A

Moy Pui Yee directs the corporate and M&A offering at Rahmat Lim & Partners. The team includes Ang Sinn E, foreign investments practitioners Chen Lee Won and Chan Weili, financial services specialist Chia Chee Hoong and take-overs expert Ho Wei Lih. Described as providing an ‘impeccable‘ approach, it handles matters such as regional joint ventures, share and business acquisitions, corporate re-organisations, privatisations, leveraged buyouts and capital restructuring. A recent standout case concerns the firm’s work for YTL Cement on a 51% share acquisition in Lafarge Malaysia. Other notable clients within the portfolio include Jollibee Foods Corporation, Carousell Pte. Ltd and major telecoms company StarHub.