Clyde & Co
Singapore's circuit breaker, which came into effect on 7 April 2020, is expected to ease gradually after 1 June 2020. In light of this, Singapore's tripartite partners (the Ministry of Manpower...
Taylor Vinters Via LLC
Whilst we all get used to new ways of working, it is important to remember that many planned legislative changes will still come into effect, and companies will need to...
Dezan Shira & Associates
Singapore's Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA) has provided several measures to improve its online services during the lockdown.
On 6 April 2020, the Singapore Government announced additional measures under the Solidarity Budget to provide further financial support to businesses, in particular with labour and rental costs.
The Global Investor Programme (GIP) awards Singapore Permanent Resident (PR) status to eligible global investors who intend to drive their businesses and investment growth from and within Singapore.
This video provides a general overview of the Venture Capital Fund Manager Regime in Singapore.
This video deals with the regulatory framework for Single Family Offices in Singapore, with a focus on the licensing exemption.
Through the three budgets as announced by the Singapore Government, a total of S$9 billion will be disbursed to businesses and individuals in April 2020 to counter the impact that the COVID-19...
Spruson & Ferguson
Singapore ranked top again due to its robust IP rights protection laws.
We live in unprecedented times in which the COVID-19 crisis has led to economic instability, layoffs, pay cuts and loss of income which has hit the lives of many in a fast and furious manner
Clyde & Co
In our earlier update on the COVID-19 (Temporary Measures) Act 2020 (the "Act"), we discussed the impact the Act would have on the enforcement of certain contracts
On 22 April 2020, the CEO of Singapore Exchange Regulation ("SGX RegCo"), Tan Boon Gin, issued a regulator's column which sets out what the SGX RegCo...
With the safe distancing and circuit breaker measures in place, companies and corporations in Singapore are experiencing increasing difficulties when conducting general meetings for shareholders.
Businesses and individuals around the world have been affected by unprecedented and unforeseeable supply chain disruptions, manpower shortages and cashflow issues arising from the COVID-19 pandemic.
As the COVID-19 virus continues to wreak havoc around the world, most countries have imposed restrictions of some kind on their residents and businesses, in some cases, imposing lockdowns
The Singapore COVID-19 (Temporary Measures) Act 2020 (the "COVID-19 Act") provides, amongst other reliefs, temporary relief to businesses unable to perform certain contractual...
Singapore recently introduced the Singapore Variable Capital Company ("VCC") structure under a new law aimed specifically at investment funds. This presentation highlights some of the legal and...
McCarthy Tétrault LLP
The Singapore Court of Appeal reversed the ruling of the Singapore High Court and confirmed that the phrase "arbitration in Shanghai" meant that Shanghai was the seat of arbitration, not simply the venue of arbitration.
Even amid uncertainty, global fund managers should look towards Asia for opportunities in private deals, buyouts and private debt.
Davies Collison Cave
The ASEAN region has a combined population of 650 million people and an area of over 4.5 million square kilometers, making it effectively the third largest market in the world after China and India.