Singapore law firm Joyce A Tan & Partners has announced the appointment of two new directors, Wendy Lee (L) and Frederick Tay, strengthening its corporate offerings.

Lee brings over two decades of experience in corporate work. A former partner at Shook Lin & Bok and director at Meyer Legal, she also previously served as the joint managing director of Affinity Law, where she spent nearly 17 years. Her expertise includes advising on corporate governance and compliance matters, and assisting foreign companies in establishing operations in Singapore.

Meanwhile, Tay specialises in mergers and acquisitions, corporate transactions, life sciences and healthcare practices. His background includes over 10 years at GSK, where he most recently served as counsel for digital and privacy matters. Tay’s experience spans both operational and transactional aspects of corporations, with a focus on the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries.

"With our recent additions, the firm is more than ready and able to continue to partner with our clients by providing value services driven by dedicated lawyers distinguished in their own field and expertise," said Joyce A Tan & Partners in a statement.

Founded in 1998, the firm focuses on TMT, IP, corporate and litigation work.



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