Ms Tan Shi Wen > Skrine > Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia > Lawyer Profile
Level 8, Wisma UOA Damansara
50 JALAN DUNGUN, DAMANSARA HEIGHTS
50490 KUALA LUMPUR
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Ms Tan Shi Wen
- Maritime and Shipping Advisory
- Corporate Advisory and Transactions
Shi Wen is part of the Competition practice and has in-depth knowledge and experience in this area.
She has represented various companies and industry groups at the Malaysian Competition Commission (MyCC) in block exemptions applications, cartel and abuse of dominance investigations and leniency applications. She also conducted competition law audit for companies and trade associations in various industries and assisted clients in reviewing, structuring and adapting clients’ global competition policies, drafting and establishing internal competition law policies, compliance procedures and “dawn raid” protocols for purposes of compliance with the Malaysian competition law. Shi Wen has published competition law related articles and has spoken at conferences in Malaysia. She had also conducted annual competition/anti-trust laws trainings for various companies and trade associations.
She is also part of the Maritime and Shipping practice advising on financing issues. Her broader corporate practice includes corporate advisory and mergers & acquisitions.
- Vice Chairman, ICCM Competition Committee 2018
- Postgraduate Diploma in EU Competition Law, King’s College London (2012)
- Advocate and Solicitor, High Court of Malaya (2011)
- LL.M in International Commercial Law, London College of Law (2011)
- Barrister-at-Law (Lincoln’s Inn) (2009)
- LL.B (Hons), University of Manchester (2008)
Malaysia > Shipping
Skrine has a strong shipping and maritime sector practice, with experience across a range of transactional, contractual and contentious matters. The group benefits from being able to leverage its full-service offering in shipping matters; corporate partner Fariz Abdul Aziz has experience in ship registrations and sales, while Tan Shi Wen advises on ship financing. Siva Kumar Kanagasabai heads up the team and focuses on contentious maritime matters.