Singapore - Atlas Asia Law Corporation Strengthens Capabilities With Two New Appointments.
Legal News & Analysis - Asia Pacific - Singapore
22 August, 2019
Atlas Asia Law Corporation (AALC), an independent member firm of the global EY network based in Singapore, has recently appointed Chan Wan Hong and Desiree Lee as Directors.
Chan Wan Hong has 20 years of experience in corporate practice and focuses on corporate finance and capital markets, M&As and venture capital and private equity investments. He has advised extensively on initial public offerings, reverse takeovers, rights issues, share placements, public and private M&As, joint ventures and other corporate actions and transactions. His experience also includes fundraising transactions involving equity, convertible and debt securities issuance in venture capital and private equity investments. Wan Hong was previously a senior partner in Dentons Rodyk’s corporate practice.
Desiree Lee, also from Dentons Rodyk, focuses on venture capital and private equity investments, capital market transactions and M&As. She advises on investments in start-ups and other businesses and corporate actions by listed and private companies. Her experience also includes advising issuers and banks on corporate finance transactions such as initial public offerings, rights issues and placements.
Evelyn Ang, Managing Director of AALC, says:
“We are delighted to welcome Wan Hong and Desiree to our team at AALC. They will further reinforce our capabilities in corporate and commercial matters and play a key role in supporting clients on corporate reorganisations, capital raising, M&As, venture capital and private equity investments. Since the inception of AALC in July 2018, we have been growing from strength to strength. We will continue to tap into the synergies of the various service lines across the global EY network.”
Dmitry Tetiouchev, EY Asia-Pacific Law Leader, says:
“With Wan Hong and Desiree joining, EY and AALC are reaffirming the commitment to provide high quality services for clients and develop AALC as a regional platform to grow our law services in Asean.”
Within the EY organisation, there are currently over 2,300 legal professionals in 83 jurisdictions around the world.