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Mr Chau Hwei Lee
Corporate Real Estate
Chau Hwei is a Partner of Shook Lin & Bok LLP. He specialises in a broad range of corporate real estate work, having gained extensive experience from being both in private practice and as an in-house counsel. He advises extensively on local as well as international corporate real estate transactions including direct and indirect acquisitions and disposals of hotels, commercial and industrial buildings, hotel management agreements, property joint ventures, built-to-suit developments, en bloc transactions and property management arrangements. He also specialises in commercial and industrial leasing, routinely acting for both major landlords and anchor tenants of commercial and industrial buildings in Singapore. His clients include property owners, real estate investment trusts (REIT) managers and trustees, business trusts, property funds, multinational corporations, property developers, local and international investors, statutory boards, banks and financial institutions.
LLB (Hons), King’s College London (2000); Advocate & Solicitor, Singapore (2001)
Shook Lin & Bok LLP has a long-established real estate practice that has eminence in Singapore and regional transactions, including China, India and Indonesia-related deals. It also has a solid background in REIT transactions. Chew Mei Choo has more than 30-years of experience in corporate real estate, including commercial, industrial and residential property transactions. Lee Chau Hwei provides further Singapore and regional expertise, including extensive REIT experience, as does senior figure Tan Woon Hum.
Top Tier Firm Rankings
- Capital markets: equity and debt: local firms
- Dispute resolution: local firms
- Investment funds: local firms
- Private wealth and family law – local firms
- Real estate: local firms
- Restructuring and insolvency: local firms
- Corporate and M&A: local firms
- Financial services regulatory: local firms
- Labour and employment: local firms
- TMT: local firms
- International arbitration