Justin Yip > Withers KhattarWong LLP > Singapore, Singapore > Lawyer Profile

Withers KhattarWong LLP
18 Cross Street,
Singapore 048423

Work Department

Restructuring and Insolvency


Partner,Restructuring and Insolvency


He focuses his practice on debt restructuring and insolvency matters, corporate rescues and workouts, distressed and special situation transactions, and corporate/commercial litigation. He advises and represents multi-national corporations, Singapore-listed companies, local and foreign banks and financial institutions, bondholders, investors, financial advisors, scheme managers, judicial managers, liquidators, and other stakeholders in a wide variety of court-supervised insolvency proceedings and related commercial litigation, debt restructurings and special situation transactions. These include scheme of arrangements, judicial management, liquidation, cross-border insolvency proceedings, bond defaults and restructuring, banking and finance disputes, distressed business and asset sales and acquisitions, receivership and other forms of security enforcement.

Justin has acted in some of the most prominent and complex corporate bankruptcy, restructuring and insolvency matters in Singapore and the Asia-Pacific region, including significant debt restructuring and bond defaults within the regional natural resources, oil and gas, and offshore marine sectors.




Law Society of Singapore

Singapore Academy of Law


National University of Singapore, Bachelor of Law LL.B (Honours)

Lawyer Rankings

Singapore > Restructuring and insolvency: local firms

With a strong focus on private investments and financings, Withers KhattarWong LLP acts for private investors in the investment, acquisition and financing of distressed assets and companies in the region, including Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia. Other key areas of expertise include debt restructurings, as well as enforcement and workout mandates. Justin Yip leads the team and advises on debt restructurings, corporate rescues and special situation transactions. Other key contacts in the group include Erlene Tan and Zhen Yu Lam.