13 January 2014 - Blog
Acted as Singapore counsel to the consortium of lenders in connection with (i) the refinancing of the S$2.35b senior bridge facilities to, and (ii) the tax restructuring of, Senoko Power Limited.
Acted for a Singapore bank in a S$340m real estate development financing project involving a residential enbloc acquisition for a large residential development.
Law Society of Singapore
Singapore Academy of Law
Me in a minute
I attribute my longevity in practice to clients who have become my friends
I stumbled into National University of Singapore law school in the late 80s, having eliminated all the other courses that I did not want to study. Upon graduation, my ex-boyfriend (now husband) insisted that I should give practice a try. I have been in practice for over twenty years, although my original plan was to leave after three!
I attribute my longevity in practice to clients who have become my friends, and who value me for delivering quality professional service in a timely manner.
In the last 10-15 years, my practice focus has been banking and finance in the Singapore market, with particular emphasis on the real estate sector. In the course of my career, I also found time to get married, have two children, and travel quite a fair bit with family and friends. Now that my children are older, I have found time once again to engage in my favourite past time - reading.
If I did not enter law, I suspect I would most likely be a historian or an obsessive compulsive copy editor!