Singapore Big Four law firm WongPartnership has hired Low Wee Siong as a partner in its China practice from local firm CNPLaw.

Low joined CNP in early 2021 from Wong Tan & Molly Lim, where he was a director. He advises on mergers and acquisitions, represents companies in takeovers, and works with issuers, sponsors, underwriters and subscribers in equity and debt market transactions. 

WongPartnership has also promoted seven lawyers to its partnership, namely Clayton Chong, Gavin Neo, Hannah Lee, Ho Soon Keong, Ong Kuan Chung, Lim Jia Ying and Ling Pei Lih.

According to the ALB Asia Top 50 Largest Law Firms list, WongPartnership is the third-largest law firm in Singapore, with more than 330 lawyers.



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