Deloitte is a leading global provider of audit and assurance, consulting, financial advisory, risk advisory, tax, and related services. With more than 150 years of hard work and commitment to making a real difference, our organization has grown in scale and diversity—approximately 286,000 people in 150 countries and territories, providing these services—yet our shared culture remains the same. Our organization serves four out of five Fortune Global 500® companies.
With a practice highly attuned to the ever-changing international legal landscape, Sidley has built a reputation for being a powerful legal adviser for global businesses. With more than 2,000 lawyers across 20 offices worldwide, Sidley maintains a commitment to providing quality legal services and to offering advice in litigation, transactional and regulatory matters spanning virtually every area of law.
Our highly regarded capital markets practice and broad transactional practice disciplines include corporate and securities, mergers and acquisitions, securitization, intellectual property, funds and other pooled investments, bankruptcy and corporate reorganization, bank and commercial lending, public finance, real estate, tax and employee benefits, as well as trusts and estates.
Sidley’s extensive litigation experience includes general and commercial litigation, regulatory and financial litigation, antitrust, white collar criminal defence, food and drug, healthcare, patent and other intellectual property litigation, product liability and mass tort litigation, international commercial arbitration and dispute resolution, and international trade law.
Clifford Chance is one of the world’s pre-eminent law firms and the world’s foremost legal adviser to the financial sector and are trusted counsel to both corporations and financial institutions as they adapt to recent waves of technological change.
Clifford Chance provides multi-disciplinary transactional and regulatory advice to established and emerging participants in fintech. Our strong relationships with the regulators allow us to create innovative legal solutions that work. Organisations need advisers who demonstrate leadership in both the financial and technology sectors – we advise companies that are shaping these converging worlds.
A LEADING SOUTH-EAST ASIAN LAW FIRM
Established in 1902, Allen & Gledhill has grown from a colonial partnership of two to become one of the largest and leading firms in Singapore, with a notable and increasing presence in the South-east Asian region. Combining our time-honoured traditions of delivering excellent service to clients and a bold and dynamic vision for the future of legal practice, we seek to provide our clients with the value-added and practical solutions suited to the modern economy and an inter-connected world.
Through our involvement in cutting-edge deals and trend-setting transactions, we have been at the forefront of practice and innovation over the years. Regularly ranked in the top tier by legal directories and publications, our award-winning firm comprises Partners who are consistently lauded as leading lawyers in their respective fields of expertise.
Whether it is dealing with the most complex and demanding of structures, breaking new ground in emerging areas of law and business, or achieving win-win results for our clients, we are committed to our mission of giving you our best as trusted advisers, and of working with you to achieve your desired outcomes.
Linklaters has been in Singapore for over 25 years. Being a central hub for activity across so many sectors and jurisdictions, our team advises clients in Singapore and across the wider South East Asia region.
Innovation is at the heart of everything we do and our team are working on some of the most unique and first-of-a-kind transactions and projects across the region, as new trends, transaction types and technologies emerge.
As one of the few international firms to be awarded a qualifying foreign law practice (QFLP) licence by the Singapore Ministry of Law, we practice Singapore law as well as English and U.S. law.
Reed Smith is a dynamic international law firm dedicated to helping clients move their businesses forward. With an inclusive culture and innovative mindset, we deliver smarter, more creative legal services that drive better outcomes for our clients. Our deep industry knowledge, long-standing relationships and collaborative structure make us the go-to partner for complex disputes, transactions, and regulatory matters.
Our global FinTech team operates from a business-focused perspective, aimed at balancing growth strategies, risk mitigation and the flexibility to innovate. We advise financial institutions and FinTech firms on a variety of matters involving, among others, implementation of business models that support digital assets, tokenisation and/or distributed ledger technology, payment services, the collection, storage and use of data, technology outsourcing, bank/e-commerce partnerships, and deployment of financial services via virtual channels. With more than 60 FinTech-focused lawyers in offices around the world, we provide the counsel to maintain a competitive business advantage in this sector.
In Singapore, we are in a Formal Law Alliance with Resource Law LLC, with whom we share our offices.
We advise market leaders, challenger brands and fast-growth businesses all over the world on their most important commercial affairs and their trickiest disputes. Our service lines define our core specialisms as legal practitioners, each one supported by deep industry knowledge and fresh insights into the way business could work in tomorrow’s world.
Premier international law firm
Our Singapore office is a South East Asian hub and gateway to the subcontinent. We use our sector and legal knowledge here to advise on both English and Singapore law.
Singapore is a leading global financial centre, a global commodities hub and a premier fund management hub in Asia. To best support our clients, we are experienced in appearing before the two major international dispute resolution institutions: the Singapore International Arbitration Centre and the Singapore International Commercial Court.
The team in Singapore is passionate about providing access to justice for those in need. They have worked, alongside the Hong Kong office, on a pro bono basis with Justice Without Borders (JWB) – a unique non-profit organisation helping migrant workers to seek compensation for exploitation or abuse even after they have returned to their home jurisdictions.