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Reed Smith (Worldwide)
On 8 November, 2018, Singapore's Personal Data Protection Commission (PDPC) issued its response to feedback received on a public consultation paper.
Duane Morris LLP
In today's competitive business world, employees are key assets for any company.
Withers LLP
On 1 October 2018, the Variable Capital Companies Bill was moved for its second reading in the Singapore Parliament and was passed into law.
Withers LLP
Manipulating the stock market can be done in a variety of manners, and the law has sought to identify and curb stock market manipulation by prohibiting certain actions
Shook Lin & Bok
Back in 2016, the Singapore government announced that a new flexible investment fund structure called OEIC will be introduced.
Dentons
Negative covenants, also known as restrictive covenants, are contractual obligations not to do certain acts. They are a common feature in commercial contracts, and commonplace in banking / facility documents.
Duane Morris LLP
One of the most common grievances heard from a shareholder is that the company he or she has invested in is being run by a thief, a bully or a fool. For example, directors may divert the company's money to themselves.
Shook Lin & Bok
On 28 May 2018, the Monetary Authority of Singapore ("MAS") issued new Securities and Futures (Short Selling) Regulations 2018 ("SF(SS)R") and new regulatory guidelines ("Guidelines"), ...
Shook Lin & Bok
The Scheme document dated 17 November 2017 was despatched together with the explanatory statement, ballot form and the proof of debt form to the Scheme creditors.
TMF Group
Singapore is built on its ability to harness globalisation and is known for business friendly.
Shook Lin & Bok
A financing bank should ensure that there are agreed and effective mechanisms for fair resolution of deadlock situations between joint venture parties before financing a joint venture company.
STA Law Firm
Singapore is famous for three major things; finance, commerce, and transport. It is a "technology ready" nation.
Clyde & Co
The Singapore International Commercial Court ("SICC") was brought into focus again earlier this year in January 2018, when the Singapore Parliament passed amendments to legislation to clarify that the SICC ...
Dentons
The Corporate Governance Council, through its recently issued consultation paper, has proposed amendments to the Singapore Code of Corporate Governance and the Listing Rules...
Shook Lin & Bok
Singapore and Hong Kong recently revived the discussion on dual-class share ("DCS") structures in order to accommodate listing of new economy companies in industries such as information technology and life sciences.
Dentons
Heading into 2018, we look back on several key developments in the legal landscape in the past year that we expect will provide new opportunities for venture capital funds in Singapore.
Mayer Brown
As we ring in a new year, you are probably looking forward to finalising a potential merger, acquisition of joint venture target.
Dentons
By 2027, Singapore's e-commerce market is predicted to grow five-fold – to at least US$5.4 billion (S$7.5 billion), according to a study by Google and Temasek Holdings.
Clyde & Co
The vast majority of charter parties will include in their terms a lien clause which confers on the owner a lien over sub-freight (and sometimes sub-hire), for any amounts due to the owner under the head charter party.
Jordans, A Vistra Company
A good example of Jordans new and exciting range of offshore company formation and banking services comes from Singapore, and Vistra Singapore.
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Withers LLP
Manipulating the stock market can be done in a variety of manners, and the law has sought to identify and curb stock market manipulation by prohibiting certain actions
Duane Morris LLP
In today's competitive business world, employees are key assets for any company.
Withers LLP
On 1 October 2018, the Variable Capital Companies Bill was moved for its second reading in the Singapore Parliament and was passed into law.
STA Law Firm
Singapore is famous for three major things; finance, commerce, and transport. It is a "technology ready" nation.
Shook Lin & Bok
Back in 2016, the Singapore government announced that a new flexible investment fund structure called OEIC will be introduced.
STA Law Firm
The Singapore Companies Act 1967 was the primary legislation regulating corporate entities in Singapore.
Duane Morris LLP
One of the most common grievances heard from a shareholder is that the company he or she has invested in is being run by a thief, a bully or a fool. For example, directors may divert the company's money to themselves.
Shook Lin & Bok
The Scheme document dated 17 November 2017 was despatched together with the explanatory statement, ballot form and the proof of debt form to the Scheme creditors.
TMF Group
Singapore is built on its ability to harness globalisation and is known for business friendly.
Shook Lin & Bok
On 28 May 2018, the Monetary Authority of Singapore ("MAS") issued new Securities and Futures (Short Selling) Regulations 2018 ("SF(SS)R") and new regulatory guidelines ("Guidelines"), ...
Dentons
Negative covenants, also known as restrictive covenants, are contractual obligations not to do certain acts. They are a common feature in commercial contracts, and commonplace in banking / facility documents.
Clyde & Co
The vast majority of charter parties will include in their terms a lien clause which confers on the owner a lien over sub-freight (and sometimes sub-hire), for any amounts due to the owner under the head charter party.
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