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Corporate lawyer Eunice Yao has returned to Dentons Rodyk & Davidson as partner in its corporate practice group in Singapore from Fortis Law Corporation, where she was associate director.
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The Law Society of Singapore recently identified 23 law firms in the city-state as “SmartLaw” firms, or local law practices that have “adopted technology to improve productivity.” ALB profiles three of them.
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Singapore Exchange Limited (“SGX”) announced on 25 April 2016 that it had entered into a memorandum of understanding with China Construction Bank
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A family office is a private company that manages the day-today administration and management of a family’s financial matters, which would usually include management of the family’s assets and wealth.
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In Asia, trusts are an increasingly popular vehicle for wealth preservation. Generally, trusts operate to exclude assets placed under the trust (the “trust assets”) from their creators’ (the “settlors”) estates and from claims by the settlors’ creditors.
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As discussed in Part 1, the Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Limited (“SGX-ST”) maintains two boards, the Mainboard and the Catalist, but whichever board that a company is listed on, it is required to comply with the SGX-ST listing rules.
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The Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Limited (“SGX-ST”) is regarded as an efficiently regulated marketplace with a strong emphasis on market transparency and integrity.
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Singapore’s Companies Act was amended recently to allow dual-class shares in Singapore companies.
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The second edition of ALB’s annual list again showcases smaller firms that are able to compete with larger peers through quality work and savvy strategies. The list below is in alphabetical order. By Ranajit Dam