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Shearman & Sterling LLP > The Legal 500 Rankings
Energy: foreign firms Tier 1
Shearman & Sterling LLP has demonstrated a strong commitment to the energy sector, including M&A, project development and project finance. The Singapore team routinely advises on some of the biggest ticket energy transactions and projects in the region. Anthony Patten is global head of the firm's oil and gas practice and Bill McCormack has an outstanding record in projects. Ben Shorten is also rated in oil and gas and power, while Lachlan Clancy impresses at counsel level.
Projects: foreign firms Tier 1
Shearman & Sterling LLP is highly rated for big-ticket power and oil and gas projects. It is also making an impression in renewables. The firm routinely advises some of the biggest name sponsors in the region, along with a range of banks, MLAs and ECAs. It has a virtually unrivalled senior team in big name Bill McCormack, Ben Shorten and global head of oil and gas Anthony Patten. Lachlan Clancy also impresses at counsel level.
Shearman & Sterling LLP is an established name in high-yield debt and equity offerings, most notably in India, Indonesia and Thailand. The firm remains strong in power and mining, along with TMT, oil and gas and real estate. Andrew Schleider is highly rated for high-yield debt, along with investment grade debt, convertible bonds and equity. Counsel Terrence O’Donnell joined the Hong Kong office from Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP in May 2019 and was due to relocate to Singapore later in the year. Felipe Duque has returned to Allen & Overy as a partner.
Shearman & Sterling LLP continues to impress in private equity, insurance and energy transactions. The team 'is punching above its weight' and has built a sizeable roster of private equity clients and the M&A team works well with energy-sector colleagues, including oil and gas specialists such as Anthony Patten. Sidharth Bhasin and counsel James Clayton-Payne are highly rated for private equity deals, and India and Southeast Asia-related transactions.
International arbitration Tier 3
Shearman & Sterling LLP has outstanding global credentials in international arbitration and this is very much in evidence in Singapore where office managing partner Daryl Chew leads an especially impressive team. The group, which includes a variety of nationalities, is noted for construction and infrastructure, energy, and joint-venture and shareholder disputes; infrastructure and oil and gas are growth areas. The team is active in South East Asia disputes involving Chinese parties and is gaining ground in Korea cases, following the launch of an office in Seoul; the highly rated Singapore associate Brandon Bang is a Korean speaker. Partner Emmanuel Jacomy splits his time between Beijing and Singapore, and is a key figure for Chinese clients.
Shearman & Sterling LLP > Firm Profile
Shearman & Sterling’s Singapore office has been advising and delivering value to clients throughout the Asia Pacific region since 1995. The firm meets its clients’ needs by leveraging its unique experience across jurisdictions, industries and practice areas, and by working seamlessly across its global network, including Beijing, Hong Kong, Seoul, Shanghai and Tokyo in Asia, as well as Abu Dhabi, New York, Paris, Frankfurt, London, Rome, Toronto and Washington D.C., as well as other offices.
The firm has worked successfully with clients on some of the region’s largest landmark projects, financings, cross-border M&A transactions, IPOs, innovative debt offerings, privatisations and complex international arbitration matters.
Shearman & Sterling has represented many of the world’s leading corporations, financial institutions, emerging growth companies, state- owned enterprises, governments and governmental organisations for more than 146 years. It is committed to providing legal advice that is insightful and valuable to clients. The firm distinguishes itself by harnessing the intellectual strength and deep experience of its lawyers across its extensive global footprint. It has the capability to mobilise resources throughout its 23 offices worldwide to provide clients with professional legal advice and support. The firm’s lawyers are fluent in more than 60 languages and they practice Hong Kong, US, English, French, German, Italian, EU, OHADA and Saudi law, as well as Dubai International Financial Centre law and Abu Dhabi Global Market law. The firm is organised as a single, integrated partnership with approximately 850 attorneys in 23 offices located throughout Asia, the Americas, Europe and the Middle East. For more information, please visit Shearman & Sterling’s website at www.shearman.com.
Areas of practice
Shearman & Sterling’s main practice areas include: anti-corruption and Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), antitrust, appellate litigation, capital markets, compensation, governance and ERISA, corporate governance, criminal law, regulation and enforcement, derivatives and structured products, emerging growth, environmental, European bank recovery and resolution, finance, financial institutions advisory and financial regulatory, financial institutions investigations and enforcement, financial restructuring and insolvency, intellectual property litigation, intellectual property transactions, international arbitration, international trade and investment, investment funds, Islamic finance, leveraged finance, litigation, mergers and acquisitions, privacy and data protection, private client, private equity and hedge funds, privatisation, pro bono, project development and finance, public international law, real estate, state controlled companies/sovereign wealth funds, structured finance, and tax.
|Banking and finance||Bill McCormack|
|Banking and finance||Ben Shorten|
|Capital markets||Andrew Schleider|
|Corporate and M&A/private equity||James Clayton-Payne|
|Corporate and M&A/private equity||Sidharth Bhasin|
|South/Southeast Asia||Bill McCormack|
|South/Southeast Asia||Ben Shorten|
|International arbitration||Daryl Chew|
|International arbitration||Emmanuel Jacomy|
|Oil and gas||Anthony Patten|
|Projects and energy||Bill McCormack|
|Projects and energy||Ben Shorten|
|Projects and energy||Anthony Patten|
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