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

Counting mid-market listed companies, corporate finance houses and high-net-worth individuals among its key roster of clients, CNPLaw LLP advises on equity, debt and structured securities mandates, with demonstrable experience in the technology and fintech arenas. The practice also assists listed companies on continuing listing obligations and corporate actions, such as restructurings, capital reductions, placements and share buybacks. Min-Li Tan leads the team and advises on capital markets deals throughout the Asia Pacific region, while Pradeep Kumar Singh acts for companies listed on the SGX on issuance and transactions.

Practice head(s):

Min-Li Tan

Other key lawyers:

Pei-Ling Wong; Xiaomeng Ge; Pradeep Kumar Singh

Key clients

Global Palm Resources Holdings Limited

GYP Properties Limited

Singapore O&G Ltd.

Raffles Education Limited (formerly known as Raffles Education Corporation Limited)

Colombia Telecomunicaciones S.A. E.S.P.

Grupo Aeroméxico, S.A.B. de C.V.

Braskem Netherlands Finance B.V.

Singapore > Dispute resolution Tier 3

CNPLaw LLP has a sizeable team dedicated to litigation and arbitration, including commercial litigation, construction cases and employment disputes. The firm has continued to develop its standing in fraud and white-collar crime, contractual and shareholder disputes, trusts litigation, and real estate cases. Subramanian Pillai has vast experience in litigation and arbitration, including construction and engineering cases. He heads the team along with Venetia Tan and Soo Ling See Tow. Sharleen Eio  left the firm to become in-house counsel.

Practice head(s):

See Tow Soo Ling; Subramanian Pillai; Venetia Tan

Singapore > Investment funds: local firms Tier 3

CNPLaw LLP continues to inhabit the investment funds world with some considerable success. The team has a background in hedge funds, private equity funds, mutual funds, venture capital funds and commodity funds. It has continued to advise on the launch of high-value private equity funds and a large number of VCC structured funds. English lawyer Bill Jamieson is co-head of the department alongside Amit Dhume.

Practice head(s):

Bill Jamieson; Amit Dhume


‘The team, led by Bill Jamieson, are problem solvers and think outside the box. They are very flexible on billings as they are sensitive to the budgetary constraints of their clients. ’

‘The team that Bill Jamieson leads is amazing in every way. Attentive to budgetary constraints, and provide practical advice and industry insights. It is also a diverse team comprising of associates and partners from very diverse backgrounds.’

‘Bill Jamieson is extremely knowledgeable, perceptive and knows how to look after your wallet.’

Key clients

Shift4Good SAS

Work highlights

  • Advised Shift4Good SAS, the private equity fund manager, on establishing a $100m cross-border private equity fund.

Singapore > Labour and employment: local firms Tier 3

CNPLaw LLP has a rounded practice focusing on non-contentious and contentious employment issues and immigration matters. It advises a large number of Singapore and Southeast Asia-based businesses. Pradeep Kumar Singh and Bill Jamieson are versatile practitioners, largely focused in transactional and advisory matters, with a history of employment engagements. The team has continued to work on a range of key matters, such as share option schemes, employee transfer issues, employee dismissals, and retrenchment exercises. Wong Pei-Ling is another notable partner.

Practice head(s):

Pradeep Kumar Singh; Bill Jamieson

Other key lawyers:

Key clients

MSIG Asia Pte Ltd

Rebonics Pte. Ltd.

Singapore > Banking and finance: local firms Tier 4

CNPLaw LLP has a wide-ranging banking and finance practice, drawing on the experience and expertise of a variety of partners and lawyers that have a focus on this area. Corporate lending remains the core of the practice that has additional expertise in project finance, acquisition finance and debt restructurings. Blockchain and cryptocurrency matters also form a component of the team’s work. Bill Jamieson is an English lawyer with 20 years of experience in Singapore. Quek Li Fei leads the banking and finance group, which also includes Wong Pei-Ling.

Practice head(s):

Quek Li Fei

Other key lawyers:

Work highlights

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

Counting private and public companies, high-net-worth individuals, public sector entities and financial institutions among its key roster of clients, the ‘prompt, attentive and sharp’ practice at CNPLaw LLP advises on M&A and divestments, in addition to general corporate and commercial matters. Managing partner Lisa Theng handles private equity and venture capital transactions, and jointly leads the team alongside Min-Li Tan, who advises on M&A and corporate finance matters, and Ken Chia, who spearheads the firm’s corporate advisory group.

Practice head(s):

Lisa Theng; Tan Min-LI; Ken Chia


‘Quality of service, prompt in response, quick in delivery and prepared to work round the clock.

‘Prompt, attentive and sharp.’

Key clients

Innova Sourcing Co., Limited

A1 Advisory Pte. Ltd.

Southern Archipelago Ltd.

Singapore O&G Ltd.

Intrepid E-commerce Services Pte. Ltd.

GYP Properties Limited

Global Palm Resources Holdings Limited

Singapore > Start-up and venture capital – Local firms

With Lisa Theng spearheading the offering, CNPLaw LLP is well-versed at advising a broad range of clients on issues related to share option schemes, buyouts, M&A and venture capital and private equity transactions.

Established in 1988, CNPLaw LLP (“CNP”) is a full-service law firm with a talent for cross-border business. With about 90 staff, including close to 50 fee earners, and a strong network of international contacts, the firm has the capability to deliver legal solutions in Singapore and beyond.

Our practice areas include banking & finance, capital markets, corporate &
M&A, employment, funds, insolvency & restructuring, intellectual property &
technology, litigation & arbitration, private clients, real estate, and regulatory &

We focus on business involving Asia, in particular Greater China, India,
Indonesia, Indo-China, Japan, Malaysia, the Philippines, as well as Singapore.
Our lawyers are qualified in a number of jurisdictions as well as in Singapore
and advise on cross-border transactions under English law.

The firm is a member of international networks such as Interlaw, a network with law firms located in more than 150 cities worldwide. IR Global, a network of professional services firms across 165+ jurisdictions and SCG Legal, a network located in more then 62 countries. With strong contacts in all the foreign jurisdictions where our clients do business, CNP is well-placed to meet the ever increasing need for practical and effective legal services in Singapore and for cross-border business in Asia and beyond.

CNP is consistently recognised as being amongst the top law firms in Singapore by leading legal publications such as Legal 500 Asia Pacific, International Financial Law Review 1000, Benchmark Litigation, Chambers and Partners and AsiaLaw Profiles.

CNP has also been ranked by The Straits Times as one of Singapore’s Best Law Firms.

We make knowing our clients’ businesses our business and pride ourselves in
providing innovative, yet practical and valuable advice.


CNPupdate - Issue 02 - July 2023
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:


  1. Potential copyright issues with generative AI systems
  2. What is the law on execution of deeds under Singapore law and how could the law be changed to allow for electronic deeds?
  3. CNPLaw Business Guide series: The solo business owner
  4. CNPLaw Technology series: The rise of AI, big data and machine learning
  5. New statutory framework for Singapore companies to conduct virtual meetings
  6. MAS revisions to Guidelines on Licensing, Registration and Conduct of Business for Fund Management Companies

Potential copyright issues with generative AI systems

In this CNPupdate video, Tan Wee Liang, a Practice Trainee at CNPLaw, discusses potential copyright issues with generative artificial intelligence (“AI”) systems. In particular, the video explains: (1) how the machine learning process and the generated output can potentially infringe copyright in the input information, (2) whether the computational data analysis exception and fair use defence are feasible defences to the aforementioned two instances of potential copyright infringement, and (3) whether copyright can subsist in autonomous AI-generated works. With the current hype surrounding AI systems and their evolving capabilities, this CNPupdate video provides a timely update on some legal considerations when working with such systems.

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What is the law on execution of deeds under Singapore law and how could the law be changed to allow for electronic deeds?

Many Singapore lawyers are conscious of the increasing demands of clients to allow the electronic execution of documents and the difficulties they face in advising on the execution of deeds under Singapore law. This note seeks to put the issues in the particular context of cross-border transactions, since it is in this context that the default reflex of Singapore lawyers that a deed needs to be executed in wet ink and physically delivered (and sealed, except in the case of a Singapore company) comes up against the harsh fact that this approach is fast becoming outmoded in a world that increasingly has done away with these formalities. To take England as an example, any requirements of form or seal in relation to a deed were removed as far back as 1989. The Law Society of England & Wales and the City of London Law Society published guidance on electronic execution of documents, including deeds, on 2 October 2022. Recently Australian banks have got comfortable with the electronic execution of financing documents, including security documents executed as deeds, and lenders in the US execute security documents as indentures using electronic signatures. It is, therefore, useful to understand as a Singapore lawyer a little about the extent of the constraints imposed by Singapore law as it stands and also the extent of the limited changes in the law that will be required to bring Singapore more into line with the digital world that increasingly is the norm outside its borders.

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CNPLaw Business Guide series: The solo business owner

The solo business owner (“SBO“) is a solopreneur, a freelancer, a side hustler – an individual who wishes to start a business on his or her own. This has become a growing trend post the COVID-19 pandemic where gig culture is no longer seen as a last resort to gain work but rather a preferred choice for many who wish to have multiple sources of income, fuelled by the flexibility of remote working in this new digital landscape.

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CNPLaw Technology series: The rise of AI, big data and machine learning

In recent years, the world has witnessed a remarkable surge in the development and deployment of artificial intelligence (“AI“) technologies, big data, and machine learning across various industries. AI leverages on computers and machines to mimic the problem-solving and decision-making capabilities of the human mind. In the healthcare sector, big data has assisted scientists in developing precision medicine in public health and aided in the development of technology enabling genome editing. In the retail sector, consumers source for the cheapest flight tickets through flight scanner applications using big data. Retailers have successfully used big data to personalise advertisements targeting specific groups of consumers who exhibit certain identified behavioural patterns through their online activity. In the finance sector, insurance companies utilize big data on driving history to assess insurance premiums with greater accuracy. Employers leverage on big data to determine the most suitable candidates to hire or fire. Ultimately, proper use of big data will allow for more accurate decision-making, leading to greater opportunities for innovation and efficiency

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New statutory framework for Singapore companies to conduct virtual meetings

The COVID-19 pandemic reshaped the way businesses were conducted in Singapore. Various Safe Management measures were implemented by the authorities to prevent the spread of COVID-19 infections and some of these measures discouraged or prevented the attendance of in-person meetings held by companies. To enable companies in Singapore (“Companies“) to have the option to hold virtual meetings, the COVID-19 (Temporary Measures) (Alternative Arrangements for Meetings) Orders (the “Order“) were introduced in April 2020 as part of the COVID-19 (Temporary Measures) Act 2020. We have since successfully transitioned towards living with COVID-19 and many of the Safe Management measures have been lifted such that physical meetings are no longer discouraged or prevented. Nonetheless, the COVID-19 pandemic has paved the way for Companies to embrace technology and make technological advancements in the way corporate proceedings are carried out. The benefits of being able to conduct meetings virtually are recognized and notwithstanding the cessation of the Order, Companies are able to continue to choose to conduct meetings virtually following the passing of the Companies, Business Trusts and Other Bodies (Miscellaneous Amendments) Act (the “Amendment Act“).

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MAS revisions to Guidelines on Licensing, Registration and Conduct of Business for Fund Management Companies.

This note summarises the Monetary Authority of Singapore’s (“MAS”) revisions in December 2021 as well as March and November 2022 to its Guidelines on Licensing, Registration and Conduct of Business for Fund Management Companies (the “Guidelines”) which apply to Fund Management Companies (“FMCs”). For context, the Guidelines are issued pursuant to section 321 of the Securities and Futures Act 2001 (“SFA”) and explain the minimum licensing criteria and business conduct requirements made under various SFA regulations. The revisions made by MAS primarily concern criteria for the licensing and registration of Licensed FMCs (“LFMCs”) and Registered FMCs (“RFMCs”).

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CNPLaw LLP recommended in Benchmark Litigation Asia Pacific 2023

CNPLaw LLP shortlisted by Asian Legal Business in its 19th South East Asia Law Awards

CNPLaw LLP Capital Markets practice has been recognised in the 2023 edition of Chambers Global Guide



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Lisa ThengLisa Theng, Managing partner

As 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.
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Pradeep Kumar SinghPradeep Kumar Singh, Admin partner

Pradeep 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.
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Bill JamiesonBill Jamieson, Partner

Bill’s practice focuses on corporate financing transactions, investment funds, mergers and acquisitions, private equity and employment law matters. His experience includes ten 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.
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Chan Wai Mun

Chan Wai Mun, Partner

Wai 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.
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Edwin ChiaChia Shengyou, Edwin, Partner

Edwin 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.
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Cinda SimCinda Sim, Partner

Cinda 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.
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Ge XiaomengGe Xiaomeng, Partner

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.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.
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Hu HuiminHu Huimin, Partner

Huimin is a Partner with the firm’s Dispute Resolution team and Family Law team. Her areas of practice include civil and commercial litigation. She has been involved in various civil trials and hearings before the different levels of Courts in Singapore. She is also an SMC Accredited Mediator and SMC Certified Family Mediator. Huimin has a specialized focus in private client and family-related matters. She has advised on pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements, high net-worth financial settlements arising out of divorce and relationship breakdown, interim financial applications, complex discovery applications and disputes involving children. She has considerable experience in high value divorces and contentious matters involving non-disclosure of assets, cross-jurisdiction assets and multi-million dollars assets. She has also acted for clients in both contentious and non-contentious probate matters, deputyship applications, divorce proceedings, ancillary matters, custody and maintenance issues.
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Jimmy Yap

Jimmy Yap, Partner

Jimmy’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:


Ken ChiaKen Chia, Partner

Ken 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.
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Kenn Lim

Kenn 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.
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Quek Li FeiQuek Li Fei, Partner

In 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.
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Ravindran Ramasamy

Ravindran Ramasamy, Partner

Ravindran 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.
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See Tow Soo Ling

Tow Soo Ling, Partner

Soo 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.
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Subramanian Pillai

Subramanian Pillai, Partner

Subramanian’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.
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Tan Min-Li

Tan Min-Li, Partner

Min-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.
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Venetia Tan

Venetia Tan, Partner

Venetia 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.
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Wong Pei-LingWong Pei-Ling, Partner

Pei-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 practice law in Singapore and Malaysia, and was admitted to the English Bar in 1996.
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Department Name Email Telephone
Corporate, Dispute Resolution Lisa Theng, Managing Partner +65 6349 8711
Compliance and regulatory, Employment, Financial Services Pradeep Kumar Singh, Admin Partner +65 6349 8697
Corporate, Investment Funds Bill Jamieson, Partner +65 6349 8680
Real Estate, Estate Planning, Family Offices Chan Wai Mun, Partner +65 6349 8738
Dispute Resolution, Probate Chia Shengyou, Edwin, Partner +65 6349 8732
Real Estate Cinda Sim, Partner +65 6349 8744
Corporate Finance, Capital Markets, Mergers and Acquisitions Ge Xiaomeng, Partner +65 6349 8701
Corporate Jimmy Yap, Partner +65 6349 8707
Corporate Ken Chia, Partner +65 6349 8661
Corporate Kenn Lim, Partner +65 6349 8708
Banking and Finance, Cryptocurrency law and practice, Private Clients Quek Li Fei, Partner +65 6349 8687
Dispute Resolution Ravindran Ramasamy, Partner +65 6349 8702
Dispute Resolution, Employment, Intellectual Property, Probate See Tow Soo Ling, Partner +65 6349 8689
Dispute Resolution, Arbitration, Construction Subramanian Pillai, Partner +65 6349 8714
Corporate Finance Tan Min-Li, Partner +65 6349 8706
Dispute Resolution, Arbitration Venetia Tan, Partner +65 6349 8696
Corporate, Employment, Technology Wong Pei-Ling, Partner +65 6349 8737
Dispute Resolution, Private Client, Family and Matrimonial Hu Huimin, Partner +65 6349 8710
Photo Name Position Profile
Wai Mun Chan photo Mr Wai Mun Chan Partner. Real Estate Head
Shengyou, Edwin Chia photo Mr Shengyou, Edwin Chia Partner
Ken Chia photo Mr Ken Chia Partner. Corporate Advisory Head.
Xiaomeng Ge photo Ms Xiaomeng Ge Partner
Huimin Hu photo Ms Huimin Hu Partner
Bill Jamieson photo Mr Bill Jamieson Partner. Co-Heads the Funds and Financial Services, and Employment Teams.
Kenn Lim photo Mr Kenn Lim Partner
Subramanian Pillai photo Mr Subramanian Pillai Partner. International Arbitration, Construction, Engineering and Infrastructure Head.
Li Fei Quek photo Mr Li Fei Quek Partner. Banking and Finance and Private Clients Head. 
Ravindran Ramasamy photo Mr Ravindran Ramasamy Partner
Soo Ling See Tow photo Ms Soo Ling See Tow Partner. Intellectual Property head and Dispute Resolution Deputy Head
Cinda Sim photo Ms Cinda Sim Partner
Pradeep Kumar Singh photo Mr Pradeep Kumar Singh Equity Partner, Management Committee. Compliance and Regulatory Head. Employment and Immigration Co-Head.
Min-Li Tan photo Ms Min-Li Tan Partner. Corporate Finance Co-Head
Venetia Tan photo Ms Venetia Tan Partner
Lisa Theng photo Ms Lisa Theng Managing Partner
Pei-Ling Wong photo Ms Pei-Ling Wong Partner
Jimmy Yap photo Mr Jimmy Yap Partner
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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.