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Singapore > Capital markets: equity and debt: local firms Tier 3

CNPLaw LLP‘s corporate finance group, valued for its ‘knowledge and integrity‘, is highly involved in domestic capital markets, advising issuers and underwriters on their debt and equity transactions. The group is able to draw on other strong practices within the firm, that regularly assist with dispute resolution, intellectual property and real estate issues arising from capital markets work. In January 2021, the group was boosted by the arrival of Wee Siong Low  from Wong Tan & Molly Lim LLC, who brought with him expertise in transactions involving Hong Kong-listed companies. Pradeep Kumar Singh is a veteran of the space, often handling IPOs and debt securities issuances. The team is led by Min-Li Tan, praised by clients as  ‘an extremely reliable, attentive, innovative and solution driven lawyer‘.

Practice head(s):

Min-Li Tan

Other key lawyers:

Pradeep Kumar Singh; Wee Siong Low; Pei-Ling Wong

Testimonials

Knowledge, integrity, solution-driven, multi-faceted, commercial, reasonableness, win-win situation .’

I’ve been working with Min-Li on a number of transactions over the past few years. She is extremely reliable, attentive, innovative and solution driven lawyer. She has demonstrated a unique ability to understand the capital markets deeply and provide thoughtful legal, risk, strategic and structural analysis and advice for a transaction. Her values run deeper than a transaction and the fees. She is respected by the bankers and the other party and its counsel. Her ability to lead and steer the discussion in her client’s favour and yet leave a win-win position on the table is well appreciated.

Key clients

Axington Inc.

International Press Softcom Limited

Channel Micron Holdings Company Limited

Blumont Group Ltd.

Transit-Mixed Concrete Ltd

Silverlake Axis Ltd

Braskem Netherlands Finance B.V.

Nexa Resources S.A.

Banco Mercantil Del Norte, S.A., Institución De Banca Múltiple, Grupo Financiero Banorte, acting through its Cayman Islands Branch

Tupy Overseas S.A.

Tanner Servicios Financieros S.A.

Minerva Luxembourg S.A.

ISOTeam Ltd

Yongnam Holdings Limited

Work highlights

  • Advised Axington in relation to a mandatory unconditional cash offer made by a third-party offeror, Dorr Global Healthcare Pte. Ltd.
  • Conducted a detailed review of Channel Micron Holdings’ operations in Singapore, and advised it as to its compliance with the relevant laws and regulations in Singapore.
  • Acted as the Singapore listing agent to the issuer, Minerva Luxembourg S.A., in relation to the listing and quotation of its USD1bn of 4.375% Senior Notes due 2031 on the Singapore Exchange.

Singapore > Dispute resolution: local firms Tier 3

The disputes team at CNPLaw LLP specialises in disputes related to construction and engineering, in which the team acts for developers, main contractors, and specialised sub-contractors. Soo Ling See Tow and Subramanian Pillai co-lead the diverse practice which also handles IP,, family, commercial disputes, and property litigation.

Practice head(s):

Soo Ling See Tow; Subramanian Pillai

Testimonials

‘Good client management skills and prompt delivery of work.’

Work highlights

    Singapore > Financial services regulatory: local firms Tier 3

    CNPLaw LLP's financial regulatory lawyers have a strong focus on emerging financial technologies, advising on issues relating to payment services, blockchain, cryptocurrency and digital token offerings. Li Fei Quek  heads the group, which includes associate Sean Tan.

    Practice head(s):

    Li Fei Quek

    Other key lawyers:

    Testimonials

    Strong relationship orientation. Ability to apply traditional knowledge as well as adaptability to help progress more cutting edge disruptive areas of legal practice. Very responsive to working within identified time frames.’

    Singapore > Investment funds: local firms Tier 3

    CNPLaw LLP has an established record in open-end and closed-end funds, including hedge funds, private equity funds, venture capital funds and mutual funds. The team is also noted for its funds formation and regulatory expertise, and the firm is increasingly active in the open-ended VCC space. Rounded lawyer Bill Jamieson is a specialist in Singapore and international law matters, with extensive expertise in cross-border matters. Amit Dhume provides further specialism in funds formation and regulatory issues.

    Practice head(s):

    Bill Jamieson; Amit Dhume

    Key clients

    Dios Asset Management Pte Ltd

    Impact Capital Asset Management Pte Ltd

    Blue Ashva Global VCC

    Hera Capital Partners Pte Ltd

    Hera Capital Partners Holdings V Pte Ltd

    NAV Fund Services (Singapore) Private Limited

    Work highlights

    • Advised Dios Asset Management Pte Ltd on the formation of Dios AM VCC, an open-ended umbrella variable capital company incorporated in Singapore.
    • Acted as lead counsel in the formation and launch of Impact Capital Asset Management Pte Ltd, an open-ended variable capital company incorporated in Singapore.
    • Drafted the fund documents for Hera Capital Partners Pte Ltd and assisted the fund manager to negotiate the terms of the convertible loan note pre series B investment in Nutrition Technologies.

    Singapore > Labour and employment: local firms Tier 3

    CNPLaw LLP fields a team of multi-skilled and versatile lawyers, noted mainly for its non-contentious and transaction-related expertise. It represents a number of Singapore-based and regional businesses. Lead partners Bill Jamieson and Pradeep Kumar Singh have broad corporate and commercial experience, and they are also able to advise on employment law issues.

    Practice head(s):

    Bill Jamieson; Pradeep Kumar Singh

    Testimonials

    ‘Very good solid legal advice. Always well thought through and covers all the points required.’

     

    Key clients

    Innovatrics s.r.o.

    Merx Aviation Singapore Pte Ltd

    MSIG Holdings (Asia) Pte Ltd

    Tech Data (Singapore) Pte Ltd, a subsidiary of Tech Data Corporation

    True Partner Technology Singapore Pte Ltd, a subsidiary of Hong Kong listed True Partner Capital Holding Limited

    Work highlights

    • Provided employment law advice to Innovatrics s.r.o. in the technology industry, relating to the transfer of employment of its chief representative officer from the client’s foreign representative office in Singapore to its subsidiary in Singapore.
    • Provided employment law advice to Merx Aviation Singapore Pte Ltd on the transfer of employment of its chief operating officer from the client’s Irish subsidiary to Merx Singapore.
    • Advised MSIG Holdings (Asia) Pte Ltd, which is the regional holding company of an insurance business listed in Tokyo, on various human resources related matters during the course of the year.

    Singapore > Banking and finance: local firms Tier 4

    CNPLaw LLP‘s team is focused on advising banks, financial institutions and investment funds, as well as corporate borrowers, on domestic and cross-border financing transactions. The group’s experience covers acquisition and leveraged finance, asset and asset-backed financing, debt restructuring and insolvency. Real estate-related finance is a forte for the firm, which is also active in the TMT and shipping arenas. Quek Li Fei heads the department with varied experience pertaining to secured and unsecured lending in Singapore and across borders and a particular specialism in project finance. English-qualified Bill Jamieson is able to provide expertise in financial services regulations. Kenn Lim and Wong Pei-Ling  are also lawyers of note. In January 2021, the team was joined by Low Wee Siong  from Wong Tan & Molly Lim LLC.

    Practice head(s):

    Quek Li Fei

    Other key lawyers:

    Lisa Theng; Bill Jamieson; Kenn Lim; Low Wee Siong; Wong Pei-Ling

    Key clients

    Pison Investments Pte. Ltd.

    Lend Collective Pty Ltd

    Hera Capital Partners Pte Ltd

    Work highlights

    • Advised Pison Investments, a potential investor, on the restructuring of a major water treatment business with a holding company listed on the Singapore Stock Exchange, Hyflux Limited.
    • Acted as Singapore law counsel to Lend Collective in a cross-border finance transaction between an Australian lender and an Australian borrower with a Singapore parent company.
    • Assisted Hera Capital Partners with drafting the fund documents and negotiating the terms of the convertible loan note pre series B investment in Nutrition Technologies.

    Singapore > Corporate and M&A: local firms Tier 4

    A ‘very proactive, consumer-focused’ team, CNPLaw LLP is active across the ASEAN region, especially in Indonesia, Cambodia, Myanmar and Vietnam, with an ever-increasing roster of Chinese clients. Lisa Theng  is the go-to for corporate governance and compliance affairs while Ken Chia  hones his focus on M&A, joint ventures, restructuring and private equity affairs. The team counts manufacturing, financial services, healthcare, logistics, e-commerce, technology and retail as its key pillars. Bill Jamieson, who is dual-qualified in Singapore and England, specialises in supporting overseas clients who are looking to tap into Asian markets.

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    Other key lawyers:

    Testimonials

    ‘They are very customer focussed and could pre-empt pitfalls. Very proactive.’

    ‘Firm is big enough to have access to competent legal counsel /platform in most areas of law while being small enough to still have an efficient overlap/interaction between departments and skillsets.’

    ‘Bill Jamieson is very consistent in giving timely and accurate advice as well as drafting, delivering or turning around of papers which are of high quality, with a first time right approach.’

    ‘Lisa Theng and her team are quick witted, authentic and willing to solve any problems.’

    Key clients

    Estate Holdings Pte Ltd

    Tech Data (Singapore) Pte Ltd, a subsidiary of Tech Data Corporation (“Tech Data”)

    International Press Softcom Limited

    Axington Inc.

    Sinergy Capital Asia Limited

    Blumont Group Ltd.

    Comexposium Holding

    Stonevault Capital Pte. Ltd.

    RELX (Singapore) Pte Ltd

    Work highlights

    • Advised Pison Investments Pte. Ltd., a potential investor in the restructuring of a major water treatment business with a holding company listed on the Singapore Stock Exchange, Hyflux Limited.
    • Advising Tech Data on its acquisition of the Innovix group of companies from the Fortune Global 500-listed Jardine Matheson Group.
    • Advised International Press Softcom Limited in relation to a voluntary conditional offer made by UOB Kay Hian Private Limited for and on behalf of ZHCC Investment Holdings Pte Ltd.

    CNPLaw LLP (“CNP”), previously known as Colin Ng & Partners was established in 1988 by Mr Colin Ng. On 16 April 2019, the firm changed its name to CNPLaw LLP.

    Today, CNP is a full-service law firm providing a comprehensive range of legal services to our clients. CNP enjoys a distinguished reputation and is annually endorsed and recommended by professional and commercial publications, including Asialaw Profiles, Chambers and Partners, IFLR1000 and the Legal 500 Asia Pacific, for its expertise in various practice areas.

    We have a multi-disciplinary service team of lawyers with experiences in different areas of practice. Some of our lawyers are qualified in or originate from different jurisdictions.  CNP has a wide-ranging client base covering private and public companies, high net worth individuals, the public sector, property developers and financial institutions.  We support clients in all major Asian markets.

    Since 1988, the firm has been driven by its mission of “Delivering Exceptionally Good Service” to its clients.  We pride ourselves in delivering innovative and pragmatic solutions and adding value in our services to all our clients.

    CNPLAW LLP > NEWSLETTER


    CNPupdate: CNPLaw's Newsletter
    Introducing CNPupdate, CNPLaw’s bi-monthly newsletter that highlights changes and developments within CNPLaw and legal articles of matters of topical interests. In this issue, we discuss the following matters:

    Contents

    1. Summary of MAS’ Guidelines on Provision of Digital Payment Token Services to the Public
    2. NFTs – Part Three
    3. Omnibus ‘unconstitutional’ Law and what it means to investors
    4. Evolution of the ICO: a Singapore perspective
    5. What is a Conditional Fee Agreement?
    6. CNPLaw Business Guide Series: Singapore Budget 2022 – What your business needs to know

    Summary of MAS’ Guidelines on Provision of Digital Payment Token Services to the Public

    On 17 January 2022, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (“MAS”) issued a new set of guidelines titled “Guidelines on Provision of Digital Payment Token Services to the Public [PS-G02]” (the “Guidelines”) setting out MAS’s expectation that digital payment token service providers, (including payment institutions, banks and other financial institutions providing digital payment services, applicants for a payment institution licence under the Payment Services Act 2019 (“PS Act”) and those currently operating under the transitional exemption (“DPT Service Providers”) should not market or promote their cryptocurrency related services to the public, in particular, services related to digital payment tokens, commonly referred to as cryptocurrencies (collectively, “DPTs” and singularly “DPT”) as defined under the PS Act (“DPT Services”). MAS stressed that DPT Service Providers should conduct themselves with the understanding that trading of DPTs “is not suitable for the general public”.

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    NFTs – Part Three

    This is the third article in our series of articles on Non-Fungible tokens (“NFTS”) following upon our previous two articles titled “Non-fungible tokens and their legal implications” published on 27 May 2021 and “Non-fungible tokens (“NFTs”): developments and legal issues” published on 5 August 2021. Our first article introduced some basic terminology, and highlighted key legal and regulatory issues relating to NFTs. Our second article provided a deeper dive into the fundamental distinctions between intellectual property rights and ownership for a holder of an NFT which in essence, is that ownership of an NFT may not necessarily convey the transfer of copyright ownership to the underlying asset (specifically a work of art) unless such transfer of copyright ownership is expressly included and embedded in the NFT’s “smart contract” terms.

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    Omnibus ‘unconstitutional’ Law and what it means to investors

    Just one year after Law no.11 of 2020 on Job Creation (Omnibus Law) passed, the Indonesian Constitutional Court (the “Court”) decided on 25 November 2021 that the Omnibus Law was “conditionally unconstitutional” on legislative procedural grounds. This ruling comes after much political pressure from activist groups and trade unions who have condemned the bill from the beginning. This is the first ruling of its kind. The Omnibus Law was intended to intensify Indonesia’s economic attractiveness to foreign investors.

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    Evolution of the ICO: a Singapore perspective

    Technology companies have come up with many innovative ways of to raise funds for their digital related projects. One such way would be to carry out an Initial Coin Offering (“ICO”). An ICO is a fundraising method in which a company with a native digital token to be used in relation to an underlying project would raise funds by launching a token offering of its native token.

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    What is a Conditional Fee Agreement?

    A conditional fee agreement allows the client to agree with their Singapore lawyer that their lawyer’s fees shall be payable only upon certain milestones. It could also mean that the client enjoys a discounted rate until the client successfully recovers their claim amount.

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    CNPLaw Business Guide Series: Singapore Budget 2022 – What your business needs to know

    The Singapore Budget is prepared by the Singapore government for each financial year commencing on 1 April and ending on 31 March the following year. It includes the revised government revenue and expenditure projections for the current financial year, as well as the planned government revenue and expenditure for the upcoming financial year.

    The latest Singapore Budget (“Budget 2022”) was released on 18 February 2022. It is relevant to businesses looking for financial support from the Singapore government particularly in a post-pandemic world, and affects other aspects of doing business in Singapore including employment and tax regimes. This article summarises the key takeaways from Budget 2022 applicable to businesses in Singapore. The information in this article is provided as at the date of publication.

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    Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2022 recommends CNPLaw LLP for seven practices and twelve of its lawyers

    Chambers Asia-Pacific 2022 recognises CNPLaw LLP for its Investment Funds practice

    CNPLaw LLP ranked in The Straits Times Singapore’s Best Law Firms 2022 List

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    CNPLaw LLP acted for majority shareholders in their divestment of majority stake in Eagle Eye Centre Pte Ltd

    CNPLaw LLP acted for D.A. Consortium Inc. in its investment in SELLinALL Pte. Ltd

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    CNPLAW LLP > PRACTICES

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    CNPLAW  LLP > PARTNERS Lisa ThengLisa Theng, Managing PartnerAs a managing partner, Lisa sees a need to ensure that our clients see us as their business partner and not a just legal service provider. Our aim is to provide innovative legal solutions for our clients across Asia with a high level of service and support that will help our clients better manage and succeed in their own businesses.Find out more about LisaEmail:  lisatheng@cnplaw.comPradeep Kumar SinghPradeep Kumar Singh, Admin PartnerPradeep acts for corporations, whether they are private or listed companies, on all aspects of their business including advice on structuring their operations, the setting up of the business (such as incorporation of companies, registration of branches or representative offices), compliance with all legal and regulatory requirements, licensing requirements, advice and drafting of corporate documentation as well as advice and drafting of documentation on investments, joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions and restructurings.Find out more about PradeepEmail:  pksingh@cnplaw.comAmit DhumeAmit Dhume, PartnerAmit’s practice focuses on corporate law, investment funds, mergers and acquisitions and regulatory and compliance matters. He has over a decade of experience in these areas of law. You will find him to be a lawyer who is very comfortable working across jurisdictions. He advises on investments into Asia and matters relating to cross border M&A.Find out more about AmitEmail:  adhume@cnplaw.comBill JamiesonBill Jamieson, PartnerBill’s practice focuses on corporate financing transactions, investment funds, mergers and acquisitions, private equity and employment law matters. His experience includes 10 years in the City of London and over 20 years in Asia. Before joining CNP, Bill was a partner in a well-known international law firm. He is recommended lawyer for Corporate and M&A, Banking and Finance, Investment Funds and Labour and Employment in Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2020. Bill is one of the firm’s contacts for Interlaw, a network of independent full-service corporate law firms ranked by Chambers and Partners in its highest category, “Elite”, amongst all global law firm networks.Find out more about Bill Email:  billjamieson@cnplaw.comChan Wai MunChan Wai Mun, PartnerWai Mun has adopted a broad-based approach in developing his technical skills. Although he started out as a litigation lawyer, he quickly widened his job scope to take on real estate work. For him, it’s a critical grounding to enhance not only legal skills but also develops a better appreciation of the commercial and private clients issues in legal practice.Find out more about Wai MunEmail:  wmchan@cnplaw.comEdwin ChiaChia Shengyou, Edwin, PartnerEdwin is in the firm’s Dispute Resolution team and Family Law practice team. His practice areas encompass a broad range of matters, including civil and commercial litigation, disciplinary proceedings, shareholders disputes, employment matters, and defamation. He also regularly advises clients on wills and probate, lasting power of attorney, application under the Mental Capacity Act and contentious probate.Find out more about EdwinEmail:  echia@cnplaw.comCinda SimCinda Sim, PartnerCinda is a pioneer of sorts, having experienced and worked through many “firsts” in Singapore’s real estate history and scene, which are now taken as the norm. One of these was the start of the collective sales trend of private estates. Another “first” was the birth of executive condominiums in Singapore. As with anything new, lawyers then had to understand the new legislation and rules relating to this new piece of real estate and work through the initial lack of clarity and uncertainty when advising potential buyers on the legal obligations and their financiers (i.e. the banks and the CPFB) in their legal documentation. Yet another significant event was the conversion of land in Singapore (which was then largely unregistered) to the Torrens system of land registration, through a very massive and gradual exercise.Find out more about CindaEmail:  csim@cnplaw.comGe XiaomengGe Xiaomeng, PartnerXiaomeng’s practice is focused on corporate finance, M&A and general corporate advisory. Before joining CNP, she started practice in a leading corporate law firm in Singapore. She is fluent in the Chinese language and has been involved in cross-border transactions in the PRC (including Hong Kong), Indonesia, Malaysia, Japan and Australia.Xiaomeng’s practice is focused on corporate finance, M&A and general corporate advisory. Before joining CNP, she started practice in a leading corporate law firm in Singapore. She is fluent in the Chinese language and has been involved in cross-border transactions in the PRC (including Hong Kong), Indonesia, Malaysia, Japan and Australia.Find out more about XiaomengEmail:  xge@cnplaw.comJimmy YapJimmy Yap, PartnerJimmy’s main areas of practice for non-contentious work are Indonesia related corporate and commercial matters – such as investment into Indonesia, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, and franchising and licensing. In addition, he also focuses on Singapore and Hong Kong IPO-related legal due diligence.Find out more about JimmyEmail:  jyap@cnplaw.comKen ChiaKen Chia, PartnerKen heads the Corporate advisory team in the firm and has an international focus in his corporate and M&A work having graduated from the University of Exeter in the UK and worked in business development positions with various subsidiaries of the Hang Lung Group (SEHK: 10) in Shanghai, the People’s Republic of China and with Informa plc (LSE: INF) in Singapore.Find out more about KenEmail:  kchia@cnplaw.comKenn LimKenn Lim, PartnerKenn’s practice covers a wide range of corporate and commercial transactions such as mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, foreign investments and private equity transactions. Fluent in both English and Mandarin, Kenn regularly acts for companies in a spectrum of industries in various domestic and cross-border corporate transactions.Find out more about KennEmail:  klim@cnplaw.comLow Wee SiongLow Wee Siong, PartnerWee Siong has a wide and varied practice, encompassing corporate finance, capital markets, takeovers, mergers and acquisitions, banking and finance and corporate governance. He is dual degree and professionally qualified in law and accountancy and was formerly an investment banker and auditor. He is also an independent director of Singapore and Hong Kong listed companies. Wee Siong is recommended by Legal 500 Asia-Pacific for capital markets (2018, 2020 and 2021) and banking and finance (2021) and was named amongst the most influential lawyers aged 40 and under in Singapore (2016) by the Singapore Business Review. He is admitted to the Singapore Bar (2006), to the Roll of Solicitors in England and Wales (2008) and as a Singapore Chartered Accountant (2010).Find out more about Wee SiongEmail:  wslow@cnplaw.comQuek Li FeiQuek Li Fei, PartnerIn addition to Li Fei’s experience in acting for banks on varied transactions and in general corporate law, he also helps individuals in estate planning, including the legal aspects of wealth management, advising on and setting up trusts and off-shore structures to secure their future and the future of their families.Find out more about Li FeiEmail:  lfquek@cnplaw.comRavindran RamasamyRavindran Ramasamy, PartnerRavindran has 32 years of legal experience. He is in the firm’s Dispute Resolution team and handles both civil and criminal work. He specialises in corporate advisory and corporate and criminal litigation work. He provides legal advice to directors and CEOs on laws and rules relating to directors’ duties and corporate governance. He has a wealth of experience in advising local and regional companies on investment agreements, joint ventures, and corporate structures. He also advises many companies on fraud and due diligence measure to adopt in investments and overseas business development.Find out more about Ravindran Email:  ravi@cnplaw.comSee Tow Soo LingSee Tow Soo Ling, PartnerSoo Ling’s main areas of practice are intellectual property and dispute resolution. She has experience in a diverse range of matters such as building construction, company law, commercial law, disciplinary proceedings, employment law, family law, intellectual property, property law, probate and administration and shareholder disputes.Find out more about Soo LingEmail:  slseetow@cnplaw.comSharleen EioSharleen Eio, PartnerSharleen Eio is a Partner in the firm’s Dispute Resolution team and Professional Liability team. Sharleen has experience in a wide spectrum of legal advisory and disputes work, with a focus on civil and corporate commercial litigation. She has advised and represented a number of international companies and high net-worth individuals in complex cross-border disputes. Her experience also includes regulatory and investigatory work and employment law. A firm believer in giving back to the community, Sharleen has also worked with the Humanitarian Organisation for Migration Economics to advise and represent migrant workers on a pro bono basis.Find out more about SharleenEmail:  seio@cnplaw.comSubramanian PillaiSubramanian Pillai, PartnerSubramanian’s practice has been primarily in the field of commercial litigation and arbitration. He heads the firm’s International Arbitration and Construction, Engineering and Infrastructure teams. He has had an active commercial litigation practice for the last 26 years, he regularly advises and represents publicly listed companies, multi-national corporations and high net worth individuals in a variety of corporate and commercial disputes in the High Court and the Court of Appeal in Singapore.Find out more about SubramanianEmail:  spillai@cnplaw.comTan Min-LiTan Min-Li, PartnerMin-Li’s principal areas of expertise are in corporate and financial services with particular emphasis on corporate finance, securities and capital markets and mergers and acquisitions throughout Asia. She derives satisfaction from structuring practical legal solutions that work for clients, be it helping a client to extract value from his business through a sale or a listing or working on strategies to scale and expand, bringing the business to the next level. Her clients include private and listed companies, funds and financial institutions.Find out more about Min-LiEmail:  mltan@cnplaw.comVenetia TanVenetia Tan, PartnerVenetia is a disputes lawyer with experience handling international arbitration, litigation and advisory work on international and local commercial disputes, in particular, disputes relating to foreign investments and joint ventures, financing, distributorships, and jurisdictional challenges.Find out more about VenetiaEmail:  vtan@cnplaw.comWong Pei-LingWong Pei-Ling, PartnerPei-Ling has over 23 years of experience in corporate and cross-border transactions, and has advised on investments, joint-ventures and commercial transactions in Singapore and Malaysia.  Over the years, she has also developed a practice in the areas of data protection, technology and employment.   Pei-Ling is qualified to practise law in Singapore and Malaysia, and was admitted to the English Bar in 1996.Find out more about Pei-LingEmail:  plwong@cnplaw.com

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    DepartmentNameEmailTelephone
    Corporate, Dispute Resolution Lisa Theng, Managing Partnerlisatheng@cnplaw.com+65 6349 8711
    Compliance and regulatory, Employment, Financial Services Pradeep Kumar Singh, Admin Partnerpksingh@cnplaw.com+65 6349 8697
    Corporate, Investment Funds Amit Dhume, Partneradhume@cnplaw.com+65 6349 8729
    Corporate, Investment Funds Bill Jamieson, Partnerbilljamieson@cnplaw.com+65 6349 8680
    Real Estate, Estate Planning, Family Offices Chan Wai Mun, Partnerwmchan@cnplaw.com+65 6349 8738
    Dispute Resolution, Probate Chia Shengyou, Edwin, Partnerechia@cnplaw.com+65 6349 8732
    Real Estate Cinda Sim, Partnercsim@cnplaw.com+65 6349 8744
    Corporate Finance, Capital Markets, Mergers and Acquisitions Ge Xiaomeng, Partnerxge@cnplaw.com+65 6349 8701
    Corporate Jimmy Yap, Partnerjyap@cnplaw.com+65 6349 8707
    Corporate Ken Chia, Partnerkchia@cnplaw.com+65 6349 8661
    Corporate Kenn Lim, Partnerklim@cnplaw.com+65 6349 8708
    Corporate Finance Low Wee Siong, Partnerwslow@cnplaw.com+65 6349 8652
    Banking and Finance, Cryptocurrency law and practice, Private Clients Quek Li Fei, Partnerlfquek@cnplaw.com+65 6349 8687
    Dispute Resolution Ravindran Ramasamy, Partnerravi@cnplaw.com+65 6349 8702
    Dispute Resolution, Employment, Intellectual Property, Probate See Tow Soo Ling, Partnerslseetow@cnplaw.com+65 6349 8689
    Dispute Resolution, Construction, Restructuring and Insolvency Sharleen Eio, Partnerseio@cnplaw.com+65 6349 8718
    Dispute Resolution, Arbitration, Construction Subramanian Pillai, Partnerspillai@cnplaw.com+65 6349 8714
    Corporate Finance Tan Min-Li, Partnermltan@cnplaw.com+65 6349 8706
    Dispute Resolution, Arbitration Venetia Tan, Partnervtan@cnplaw.com+65 6349 8696
    Corporate, Employment, Technology Wong Pei-Ling, Partnerplwong@cnplaw.com+65 6349 8737
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    Wai Mun Chan photoMr Wai Mun ChanPartner. Real Estate Head
    Ken Chia photoMr Ken ChiaPartner. Corporate Advisory Head.
    Shengyou, Edwin Chia photoMr Shengyou, Edwin ChiaPartner
    Amit Dhume photoMr Amit DhumePartner. Funds and Financial Services Co-Head.
    Sharleen Eio photoMs Sharleen EioPartner
    Xiaomeng Ge photoMs Xiaomeng GePartner
    Bill Jamieson photoMr Bill JamiesonPartner. Co-Heads the Funds and Financial Services, and Employment Teams. 
    Kenn Lim photoMr Kenn LimPartner
    Wee Siong Low photoMr Wee Siong LowPartner
    Subramanian Pillai photoMr Subramanian PillaiPartner. International Arbitration, Construction, Engineering and Infrastructure Head.
    Li Fei Quek photoMr Li Fei QuekPartner. Banking and Finance and Private Clients Head. 
    Ravindran Ramasamy photoMr Ravindran RamasamyPartner
    Soo Ling See Tow photoMs Soo Ling See TowPartner. Intellectual Property head and Dispute Resolution Deputy Head
    Cinda Sim photoMs Cinda SimPartner
    Pradeep Kumar Singh photoMr Pradeep Kumar SinghAdmin Partner. Compliance and Regulatory Head. Employment and Immigration Co-Head.
    Venetia Tan photoMs Venetia TanPartner
    Lisa Theng photoMs Lisa ThengManaging Partner
    Pei-Ling Wong photoMs Pei-Ling WongPartner 
    Jimmy Yap photoMr Jimmy YapPartner
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    COMPANY/FIRM: Spa Esprit Group
    TESTIMONIAL: I am highly impressed with Venetia because she not only understands that each situation must be handled according to the specifics of the case, she would go the extra mile on the emotional aspect to show conscientious care and concern for her clients with her impeccable service. She always provides adequate important information which is extremely assuring for clients and is also someone who has the knowledge and experience.


    COMPANY/FIRM: Paramount Media
    TESTIMONIAL: We were especially pleased with Venetia’s detailed knowledge of the subject area and her pragmatic approach to resolving contentious issues.


    COMPANY/FIRM: antics@play
    TESTIMONIAL: Throughout, the advice and recommendations, besides being sound and professional, exhibit strong understanding of our thinking and purpose as well as careful calibration of commercial value. To help us manage the cost of litigation, Venetia and her team planned for time-efficient communications, saving us time and money.

    Most importantly, what distinguish CNPLaw as a good legal partner is the same as what distinguish a good business partner; to care genuinely about your clients and to think win-win.

    We are very lucky to have found them and would recommend them to other businesses anytime.


    COMPANY/FIRM: Floorspec Pte Ltd
    TESTIMONIAL: Venetia provides legal guidance which is very good and clear. This helps us the client to come to a prompt decision much faster and easier. Should I have further legal matters I would like her to be our representative.


    CLIENT: Florent Barret
    COMPANY/FIRM: Hera Capital Partners
    TESTIMONIAL: Bill Jamieson helps Hera Capital Partners with our fund formation in Singapore and some downstream investment and day to day issues that crop up in our asset management business. We can recommend him and CNPLaw to our business contacts who need support with Singapore law issues.