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Shook Lin & Bok LLP Offices
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Ms Gwendolyn Gn
Capital Markets; Corporate & Commercial; Corporate Governance; Mergers & Acquisitions
Gwendolyn Gn is a Partner of Shook Lin & Bok LLP. Her principal areas of practice are corporate finance and regional mergers & acquisitions. She has extensive experience in IPOs (SGX Mainboard and Catalist as well as dual listings) and debt/bond listings for local and international corporations. She is also active in acting for both listed and other corporations in regional mergers & acquisitions, takeovers and RTOs. She also regularly advises listed clients and financial institutions on corporate governance, regulatory and corporate compliance issues.
Gwendolyn serves as an Independent Director of SGX Main Board listed UMS Holdings Limited as well as Company Secretary to various SGX Mainboard and Catalist-listed companies.
English; Mandarin; Hokkien; Teochew
LLB (Hons), National University of Singapore (1994); Advocate & Solicitor, Singapore (1995)
Shook Lin & Bok LLP has demonstrated a full commitment to both debt and equity transactions through respective teams led by Marilyn See and Gwendolyn Gn. The equity team has a healthy market share of primary and dual Hong Kong listings, and is a frequent counsel to trustees on REIT offerings. The established DCM group is active from retail bond offerings to perpetuals, MTN programmes and securitisations; it has seen an uptick in Chinese clients issuing bonds through the Singapore market. Tan Woon Hum is recommended for trustee engagements, including REIT offerings.
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- Banking and finance: local firms
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- Investment funds: local firms
- Labour and employment: local firms
- Private wealth: local firms
- Real estate: local firms
- Restructuring and insolvency: local firms
- Corporate and M&A: local firms
- Dispute resolution: local firms
- TMT: local firms
- Construction: Local firms
- International arbitration